Working Styles

Working Styles

I’m think­ing there may be more than one way that char­ac­ter­izes one’s work­ing style. You hear of a par­tic­u­lar method as describ­ing one’s typ­i­cal way of work­ing. But maybe there is more than one.

I know I must make the colos­sal mess some­where down the line, ordi­nar­ily. But some­times it doesn’t go that way: I’ll find myself con­fronting a sim­ple suc­cess. Per­haps I con­cep­tu­al­ized the process so exactly (at the thresh­hold of sleep) – or the mate­ri­als behaved as I expected them to, or bet­ter – that the result was sat­is­fac­tory. The lit­tle gem on the table right now is a case in point.

What this implies is that I’ll be sol­dier­ing on with the two mon­sters against the wall for the rest of my life.


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