In the audio, I reference five different examples to get you thinking:
• 8/9 children, raised in a small town in Ohio
• CEO/anger management
• Father said, “No matter how strong or fast you are…”
• A one-legged man cannot win a race
• The Laws of Attraction, The Secret, do not work for me.
I went through the half-full and half-empty meanings in detail in the audio section. If you need to review the audio, do that again now. If not, and you have this information fixed in your mind, look at how I filled out column two.
Download the “ICM Examples” document to see how other people have completed this exercise.
Now is time for you to dig into your MOW and ICM. Download the ICM document, and pull at least three-to-five meanings for every programming point that you chose.
Remember, now that you are almost complete with the course, you can add more data points, because when you first did this after the MOW, you weren’t really sure what you were doing. Now you are! Make your fair, balanced, and powerful review of your life really count!
You should have anywhere from 75 – 125 programming points! Let’s count up your programming points. While this might be a daunting number at first… here’s why it is easy in its entirety:
• 2- 5 in the Outcome statement.
• 2- 5 in the Purpose.
• Virtually every belief becomes a programming point, but let’s say that we take half of them… 10 or so here.
• Values and Rules… a bunch more: 10 – 15, let’s say.
• Spiritual – couple more.
• The negative habits are all programming points! (5 more)
• Goals are programming points. (5 more)
• Wild List will have a number, let’s say 5 – 10.
• Trauma – huge programs here! (5 – 10 more)
• Family sayings are more (5 -10.)
• The biography is a big one, too. (15 – 30 easily.)
Thus, this total is from 66 – 107, and that is conservative. Dig deep… get all these sentences in your column one of your ICM!