I loved this podcast, Steve! I was nodding here at different points, at things I could already relate to from personal experience (coincidentally mainly regarding money and weight loss) and also at things I've been trying to make sense of and hadn't yet come to a full understanding. I got almost all the answers I was looking for in this podcast.
This identity shift concept is simple to understand, yet it's incredibly powerful and it makes ALL the difference!
Originally Posted by kljsadfhklj
What if the goal is not about yourself only?
I guess it involves some subjective reality work.. How do you do it if besides adjusting yourself to a goal you also have to adjust someone else?
Like your business' co-worker. Or that girl you fell in love the first time you saw. Or your poker opponent mind's when your would-be flush turns into a pair of two's.
I asked myself the same question, when applied to objective reality
. I'll give this some more thought. I guess with the LoA in mind, you'd attract the right circumstances, maybe your co-worker would be transferred to a different department and the person that comes to be in his/her place would be more in tune with the goal you have in mind, but still I think there are situations in which a specific person is part of the goal itself, there is no goal to begin with without that specific person being part of it, so I don't have an answer to that one just yet. Steve, any insights?
Thanks for the podcast, two thumbs up!