BEHAVIOUR REVOLUTION WOULD LIKE TO ADD A SIDE DISH TO THE TWO RULES. . . . ."CHOOWANTFRIESWIVDAT " ??
This is another little rule which you can add to sharpen your families intellect, it should only be used in the family environment. This rule should never be introduced into the work place or with friends. It is a question you can ask when you know someone is giving you excuse answers, instead of the truth. This question is a very powerful tool and if it is introduced correctly into your family life (through practice), it will make your home an inspiring example for other families.
"All this from just one little question?," you ask . . .
The answer is YES!
Now here is how to introduce the question to your family. Gather everyone together and tell them, "WE ARE GOING TO INTRODUCE A NEW RULE INTO OUR FAMILY LIFE!" Then you say to your family "this new rule comes in the form of a question and there is absolutely no other answer to this question but one". So we will give you the answer to the question first, which is "EXCUSES." Just so everyone knows, this is the ONLY ANSWER, for the members of your family who have this question of life introduced to their family mindset.
Here is a quick test so far: 1.) WHAT IS THE ONLY ANSWER TO THE QUESTION ? ..................... 2.) CAN ANYONE GUESS WHAT THE QUESTION ACTUALLY IS ? ....................
WELL THE QUESTION IS VERY SIMPLE WHICH IS.........
"WHAT ARE YOU MAKING" !!!!!!!!!
Yes brothers and sisters this is the question you ask your family members when you know they are giving you or each other "EXCUSE ANSWERS," instead of the truth.
It is a very simple but powerful question and here comes the interesting part. It really means instead of giving the excuse answers, they have to now tell the truth. So if a family member now says "What are you making?" the only answer is to tell the truth not give excuses.
Once more brothers, the question is : "WHAT ARE YOU MAKING?" the answer is "EXCUSES, SO THAT MEANS I NEED TO TELL THE TRUTH."
Bless your homes brothers and sisters.
By Chris Hilton . . .