Hi. Flying Logic is GREAT! Thanks for creating it and making it available.
I am in the middle of a “Black Belt in Thinking” course (wisetechacademy.com) where they introduce a tool called the Druid. I’ll try pasting an example below. I can use Flying Logic to capture the logic using effects based planning objects, but I do not know how to stick the two “Goal Violations” at the top. The idea behind the Druid is when you have two different approaches that each lead to problems at which point you become motivated to use the other approach. You can go back and forth on this forever. We’ve all seen them in our lives. Is there a mechanism in FL that will allow me to pin the two goal violations at the top? (I assume that if I can do this, the assumptions and injections will plug in normally.)