(Repost) I have made a simple visual to illustrate when and where solution-focused practitioners may look to find ideas for solutions. It is based on the assumptions that the intensity of problems and successes always fluctuates. In other words no problem is there all the time. There are always times when things are a bit better, or a lot better. The picture visualizes this schematically. So, my question is: WHEN and WHERE do solution-focused practitioners look to find ideas for solutions? This video provides two answers.