I think many people prefer their comfort zones. It is humbling when I wander into new territory. I’m ignoring the inner critic that is saying something. All I know is I’m trying to match the pitch of middle C. Over and over and over.
This post would be extremely boring if I gave a blow-by-blow account of eradicating my tone agnostic brain training. I think I feel my brain cells growing. And I also played the trumpet today.
I’m keeping my front-sight focus on the assigned tasks. There will not be any Star Trek: Deep Space Nine reruns for a while.
Note: The term “front-sight focus” is from a book entitled Way of the SEAL: Think Like an Elite Warrior to Lead and Succeed written by Mark Divine.