I am going to toot my own horn… if I don’t, maybe no one will

Sophie Benshitta Maven
6 min readSep 5, 2019

If you are not for you, who is for you? (~Hillel)

If You Don’t Toot Your Own Horn, Who Will?

One of the results I got out of having my own predatory genes adjusted from zero to three, is self-appreciation. I now own my results. I am proud of them. Not too much… just as much as they deserve to be proud of.

Finally Hillel the elder would be proud of me. Having no predatory genes, I was never fully be able to be for myself… I always hoped that someone will come and rescue me.

This article may hit you the wrong way: I am going to share things I have done or that I am co-creative in (with Source), that I am rightfully proud of. Very proud, somewhat proud… depending on how difficult it was to achieve the result.

Meaning: I am going to toot my own horn. Not because I want you to think more of me, but because accomplishments deserve to be celebrated.

I have a one-time associate, Finish What You Start soul correction, who has never done anything much, except toot his own horn. I hated him, but more accurately: I envied him. I envied that with bragging he got benefits, while I, with a lot of work, only could hope for similar benefits. He had NINE predatory genes active… I just adjusted it: Source said OK.

When you share your real results, you contribute to everyone who hears it… This is the context in which I’ll share some of the results I have been producing or I have been co-creatively part of.

I’ll start with my students. My flagship course…

I grew up just like you: people who called themselves teachers stood in front of the class, and us, the students were supposed to learn what they were teaching. Luckily I also learned ballet, and the violin, so I had an…

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Sophie Benshitta Maven

Publish at Raise your vibration www.yourvibration.com true empath, coach, publisher, mad scientist, living a life that is worth living