I wonder how long it takes to write up a goal that's six sentences long, 100 times. Wow.
Does a person have to have all that extraneous stuff in there, or can she just write, "I weigh 115 pounds and I feel great!"
I don't know, his whole methodology makes me skeptical. Like he talks about how a person trying to lose weight still subconsciously piles on the potatoes at dinnertime, then feels guilty about it later, and it's because all four parts of the brain don't agree on the diet. To me it seems more likely that the person doesn't have enough self-discipline, wants instant gratification more than a long-range goal success.
Writing it in detail and having to repeat it so many times would certainly provide some extra focus though!