I’m sure you do… because you’re human!
I do it, too.
So what’s the #1 Mistake? F.M. Alexander called it “End-Gaining”.
End-gaining is when you care more about the result of your action than the process, the “means-whereby” you achieve your goals.
It’s when you focus more on what you’re DOING more than on your WELL-BEING.
The Alexander Technique is THE BEST way I know to bring my awareness back to my whole-person BEING so that I can do my activities in the most efficient and effective way possible, without causing myself physical or emotional discomfort.
In this live video, I talk about end-gaining and the pitfalls of making music in this way. In short, you’re not going to play as well if you’re end-gaining, and you’re going to waste a LOT of valuable time when you’re paying more attention to WHAT you’re doing than HOW you’re doing it.
Find out more, and learn some very powerful, quick ways to counter this problem by joining my FREE facebook group, the Mind-Body Practice Tribe here >> CLICK HERE TO JOIN!.
See you there!
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