When you keep insanely high expectations then most results you’d get might be ineffective.
That’s because results are real, not aspirations, and the results can’t possibly be as beautiful as the aspiration was.
The problem with keeping insanely high expectation is this: it is inevitably disappointing, more often than not, given any results that you produce.
Does this mean that you should not work hard, distort the reality and create something that doesn’t exist?
Certainly, you should but don’t get disappointed when things don’t work as expected the first time.
Wiser is to keep the intensity of the fire in your belly much higher than the effect of disappointment on you.