Or, on how to prevail.

Get emotionally invested in the solution, not the problem.

 

[This post is dedicated to the life and memory of Paul Squires of Gingatao, a great poet of the early 21st century.]

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4 thoughts on “Time Management for Artists, Number 10, a Fantabulous Number

  1. S’investir emotionellement dans la solution et non le problème…even in French it is still mysterious and demand reflection on my part. I see perfectly well the problem but I don’t have a clue about the solution.
    Great Aletha, just great.

  2. That’s Alice the Cat, and yes she is very talented. And (ah hem) not a toy. She says she’s a “real cat” and can get kind of touchy about the “toy” thing. (Mums the word!)

    And Paul Squires is indeed such a great poet.

  3. S’investir emotionellement dans la solution et non le problème…

    I like it in French!

    We often don’t have a clue about the solution, it’s true, which is why it needs our intense focus.

    Put on the Christopher Columbus hat and prepare for the voyage. Et…

    S’investir emotionellement dans la solution et non le problème…

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