The Art of Seth T. Hahne

Doodles from 2013 Onward

It's no secret that I'm not great with monologue. Whether speeches or sermons or lectures, unless it's straight narrative, my mind will have wandered irrevocably within maybe five minutes. It's not even the fault so much of the speaker (though to be fair, contemporary monologue is fraught with padding and reiteration, two things that stultify my mind with alacrity. So over the years I developed a technique through which I can pay attention by dividing my attention. I do this through drawing. Not drawing anything too intricate. Just something mindless.