M is for Method by necessity.
Methods initiate, establish, and even define subsequent order. Improved methods increase functionality and efficiency. Consistency of method applied to process assures the same high quality, predictable results. Optimal outcomes are a direct result of dedication to method.
Tried and true methods ensure sustainability of process.
It is often said there is "method to our madness".
Why? Methods and methodology dominate the human thought process however foolish, illogical, or mad it may first appear.
Do you habitually use the same method to achieve your
"Which method did you have in mind?" suggests there are benefits to optimizing methods.
In everyday life, it is often overheard: "Mind this".
What is the purpose of "minding this" other than to encourage the learner to observe parameters of an accepted method?
"Mind your p's and q's children" is pointed instruction to ensure attention to detail --established by proven method.
"Really, do you mind?" suggests observation of, and reaction to, non-conformity with an established, predetermined method or standard. Why?
The observer 'minds' when the observed 'method' contradicts or exceeds 'normal or expected' social mores, manners, or attitude in communication or actions. A method of comparing societal expectations is expressed. At times, various methods of exerting peer pressure are at play.
Easily recognized or not, all 'methods' employed by individual actions are 'approved' or 'disapproved' by subconscious comparison to 'approved' or 'normal' --socially accepted methods of social interaction.
"What did you have in mind?" asked of an individual, actually questions the potential outcome of thought processes taking place in the mind of the observed subject. Are you aware of using this method of evaluating potential wonders or equally potential defects in normally-brilliant
M is for method-- predetermined declarations of order used by the mind, the creative brain and
Is that incoming I hear?