The law of an honest effective observation is:
YOU ARE ALWAYS DOING WHAT YOU ARE INTENDING TO DO, WHEN YOU ARE DOING IT – THUS YOU CAN OBSERVE EXACTLY WHAT IT HONESTLY IS THAT YOU ARE HONESTLY DOING AND PRODUCING NOW.
Consequently if you do not observe honestly: You misrepresent your basic intention to be all you can be – but often you are countering this long term presence-time intention by working at something you do not like and producing inconsequential, meaningless or trivial products or outcomes – you are obviously fooling and misrepresenting yourself – to yourself and to others.
For example when you honestly observe the actual true outcome of your financial position – you find out you are in debt – then you must be intending to be in debt.
Or, you are not getting any sales – you must be intending to not get sales.
The easiest way to observe honestly is; look at your numbers: No numbers means – no business.
Alan C. Walter