My Inspiration for Hidden Messages I remember talking about job references with someone once. They were very experienced in employing new staff and they said to me that the most useful message they got from a reference was always via what was not written. I think conversations can often be like that too. We all have an inbuilt set of assumptions that sit behind what we're trying to say, but does the other person actually know what those assumptions are? And if they did know, would that change how they receive your messages? I've been caught out too many times... Text Version - Hidden Messages by GK Kingsley - Taken from her Monday Musings So often when conversing Assumptions can embed When really one should listen out For what is NOT being said!