You have moments of brilliance… what do you have to show for it?

Sophie Benshitta Maven
7 min readNov 30, 2023

Sometimes you need someone else to tell you what you did right, what was the reason so that you succeeded

And if you don’t have that someone else, or if they are half-blind like you

… you most likely misidentify the cause… and the success goes away.

This has happened to me countless times… I did something, it created a huge result, I tried to duplicate it and it was a flop…

But, on the other hand, I have now been sustaining a success “streak” for a few months now… Chances have been that it was going to end… until today… because…

I stumbled on Jim Rohn’s little known talk on youtube…

What it says is highly unpopular… thus this video has only 3900 views… he has videos with nearly a million views… The majority is ALWAYS wrong…

This barely watched video contains the most valuable advice I have EVER heard, and between you and me, I have heard a lot of valuable advice in the hundreds of seminars I have attended in my long life.

Rohn says: The secret is “learn to work harder on yourself than you do on your job.”

Everybody thinks that working on the job harder is the secret. And that is why people stay where they are, that is why I only have a handful of students…

Because in my programs, in my articles, with my energies you are working on yourself.

But even though I am the teacher, etc. of tools to work on yourself, I myself often think it is the thing that I need to work on: the articles. the workshops. the sales letters. the traffic. the this and the that.

I forget to work on myself.

It starts with being oblivious of yourself… unaware… etc. You are a dragon unaware of your huge and powerful sweeping tail.

You want the world to change… and you lose.

It is you who you need to get conscious of, aware of, have lots and lots of distinctions so you can actually identify the who, the what, the beingness……



Sophie Benshitta Maven

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