Our executive function program teaches students to be a Mind MIME: to mentally pre-simulate an experience to successfully achieve a future goal. This episodic future thinking is essential for flexibility of actions and thoughts as it enables us to simulate an optimal future scenario and anticipate possible problems so we can pre-plan for and select possible courses of action. At the core of Social Thinking is “Thinking about You and Thinking about Me” to teach students to consider the “thoughts, beliefs, intentions, emotions, knowledge and actions of another person along with the context of the situation to understand that person’s experience.” Central to social executive functioning is “Thinking about Future Me” where one uses theory of mind to consider and make smart guesses about what their future selves would be doing, thinking, feeling and saying. Visualizing ‘future me’ enables us to compare ‘planned vs. actual’ so we can self-regulate and adapt in the moment as we experience glitches and distractions. Many students with social thinking challenges struggle with self-projection, episodic scene construction and the ability to simulate future events. Learn many practical strategies to teach students to: think socially about ‘future me’, visually construct a future scene, mentally time travel, use prospective motor planning, and create future narratives.