Think it Through

Anne Warfield, CEO

A mirror is what always tells the truth. I don’t know about you, but sometimes I like those mirrors that trim a little off your bottom and make you look slim!

I love the uses of a mirror.  You can have the carnival mirrors that distort shape (then they aren’t telling the truth as they are designed to do!), you have have two-way mirrors where someone can see you but you can’t see them.

I have often thought it would be great fun to have a “two-way” mirror in a sense to see what other people are really thinking about what you said.  The funny thing is I have found that using Outcome Thinking really gives you that two-way mirror because people become more candid and open with you.  There is no threat that you will judge them but instead there is a feeling of connectedness and understanding.

So just for today, have some fun.  Put your skinny mirror, your muscle mirror, your smart mirror or your beautiful mirror up and live up to that today!

Riddle for tomorrow for you:

Name an eight letter word that has kst in the middle, in the beginning, and at the end.