Behaviors that hold you back from success

Sophie Benshitta Maven
5 min readAug 25, 2019

There is a behavior that I used to have, and have successfully beaten.

The behavior is the “out of sight/out of mind”, “now that I am doing something else, I don’t remember the things I have been doing, promised, supposed to do…”

The behavior of a person who cannot keep 2–3–4–5 habits going concurrently.

If they are busy looking at something, they are so busy, that their water is not energized, their food list is not honored, they don’t practice their guitar, they don’t read, nothing. Just do that one thing.

With social media, smart phones, this is getting even worse… and I didn’t think it could get any worse than it was before.

What is the cause?

  • You may have an overly narrow cone of vision.
  • You may spend most of your time in Plato’s Cave, the bull’s ear, the mind, in pondering, self-talk, daydreaming, arguing, resisting, and drop everything else.
  • You don’t even attempt to put all power in all action… so you are slow, bumbling, meandering, nobody home. You are not present
  • You cannot keep your intention alive because it completely disappears

This makes you perform at the level of a person with much less smarts than you really have.

This is mostly behavioral.

One thing that can start to enable to see more than one thing at a time is learning to play a musical instrument, where the two hands do two different things.

Piano is the best instrument for this, because with piano, the two hands play two different tunes.

Juggling is also useful…

I already played two instruments… so I already had the neuro-physiological foundation in 1988.

Sophie Benshitta Maven

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