I could get into the technical side of it, but that would make for a long, dry post. Plus, I think you're more interested in what kinds of results I've gotten. Correct me if I'm wrong...
I own a payment processing business, and new, incoming business has slowed down over the past 2 years. Even though I've pumped up the effort and spent more on marketing, ROI has steadily decreased.
Specific Examples of Unexpected Success While Using PATHS:
Example 1 - There was one account that I had chased hard from early 2005 until last June. Finally I gave up. Last week they shot me an email out of the blue (8 months later) and said "let's do it." I signed them yesterday, and it's a huge account.
Ex 2 - In August of last year, I had a business idea and I wrote a business plan for it. I established an infrastucture to execute the business idea, and started seeking capital. One by one, people said no. A couple of people said yes or maybe, but would never actually take action. I gave up in December. Just today, I received 2 calls from people who heard about the idea and want to invest. I needed $100,000 in capital, and that's what I've now got.
Ex 3 - When I was scared my business was going to tank, I sent out the intention that a job is what I needed. A contact of mine arranged a government job, but I ended up declining it. 6 weeks into PATHS, 2 separate job offers cropped up out of nowhere, and both are high paying. (This is unusual, because I have no degree, and I wasn't actively seeking them.) I don't know if I'll take them.
Ex 4 - A week ago, I was sitting in my car at a red light. A truck went by that said "Townsend." I thought, "I need to call my friend Bob Townsend, I haven't talked to him in a while." So I did, and he said "I was just reaching for the phone to call you. I've got a convenience store chain that needs ATMs." (I provide ATM services).
And on and on. I know not everyone's a business owner, but over at PI, there are people who are just having money and jobs fall into their laps.
Is this what you were asking?