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What is the difference between the "magpie approach" and procrastination? Undistracted focus is required to achieve anything substantial.
I agree completely that undistracted focus is required to achieve anything substantial, and whenever I write something or have to deal with a tough problem I isolate myself from everything else if I can. The magpie thing, though,is different in sequence. It occurs when you are getting ready to settle into serious focus. Lots of things should be taken in at that point. Thanks a lot for your comment. Kathan Brown
I really enjoy these three minute egg talks. They have provided me with endless creative ideas and I appreciate the work put into them each month. I am currently a printmaker-in -residence at the University of Central Lancashire, Preston, UK (under a scheme called AA2A-Artists Access to Art Colleges) and have made good use of your site and recommended it to the students in the Printmaking department here in Preston. Keep up the good work and many thanks!
Thanks very much for taking the time to tell me that. These eggs are so short that I always wonder if they are presenting whole thoughts or if they are scrambled! Kathan Brown
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