Despite our values and intentions, we may have some other goal that conflicts with our new resolution. I like the metaphor of beliefs as a Jenga Tower because it’s easy to be pessimistic that we’ll never change our minds when confronted with information that conflicts with our beliefs. 1:30:56.8 SC: And if they hear something else, and something else, and something else over a period of time, they can eventually be led to change their mind without it ever being possible to associate the reason for that change with a particular piece of information that they got. Accept that your thinking needs adjusting – We’ve all had goals and dreams that didn’t unfold the way we hoped or... 2. Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Learn more. I’ll try to offer something more substantial than “Thank you” in response at some point, but I didn’t want to wait . Books and publications are covered with a range of perspectives with attempts at fair and accurate representation of others’ arguments and content (where there are occasional and inevitable missteps on that I notice Neil making corrections and apologies where warranted, which wins points with me). In other words, I’m far more likely to change my mind when I want to. We change our minds all the time. This was my second iteration of this format. In many ways, but here are six from our text: 1) God changes us as we seek to walk with Him. It’s simply not true. Allowed HTML tags: