No Need for Consultation

I asked one of my fellow Mysterians for a consult on my upcoming projects, but I believe I’ve figured out what to do without the consult. When I ask for help as I did, it sets my own mental mill to grinding. Eventually, organically but not analytically, the answers surface of their own accord. That’s what happened when I asked for help; it set me to subconsciously working the problem out for myself. I think I’ve got it now.
 
I’m applying for an arts grant, and I’ll be applying for the grant to work on Mystery Mastery, a how-to on writing mysteries. The embezzlement story I’ve been playing around with will serve for this November’s NaNoWriMo effort. My other projects will proceed in their own orderly fashion.
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2 thoughts on “No Need for Consultation

  1. Sounds like a good plan. Hope you will continue to have readings in your busy schedule.

  2. You ask for consultation and solutions begin coming to your mind. Cool! There’s substantial research to support your personal experience, Michael.

    The evidence-based psychotherapy method, Solution-Focused Practice…one of the strategies is to ask clients in the first session how things have changed since they scheduled this appointment. Most say things have gotten better (some call and cancel before they get to the appointment).

    Cheers,

    Doug

    P.S. please don’t forget to reply to my post on Blindmanssblues

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