Experimenting with Self-Discovery in Real Time

Pointless Overthinking

experiment in real time

By Troy Headrick

I don’t think this is going to be anything like any of my other blogs.  Actually, I’m not for sure what this is going to look like or how it might turn out.  That’s why I’m calling it an “experiment.”

I will conduct my experiment by asking a series of personal, self-discovery questions and then answering them.  Each response will be used to generate another query and answer.  I will repeat this several times.

I want to be slow and deliberate each time I create my questions, but I want to be quick when writing my responses.  Answering quickly is my way of allowing the ideas to flow.  I want to get them out very spontaneously and then go back and clean up the language afterwards.  I don’t want to edit my responses in any sort of substantive way other than to make them more readable.

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