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Confidence & Purpose

Life is a Confidence Game

Build Confidence, Gain Confidence, Be Confident 

Confidence is having a feeling of trust in our abilities, qualities and judgment. No longer feel adequate? Rediscover the strong, independent person you truly are. Tell yourself a better story. 

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Tentative when meeting others or presenting? 
Second guess yourself? Negative self-talk?
Build Public Speaking Confidence 

Shift your perception at the core to feel more confident in front of others. Be present, not worried about the outcome, composure instead of uncomfortable or nervous. Feel relaxed and more charismatic with a new acquaintance or even an authority figure. 

Want to Enjoy Getting up in Front of Groups?

Public Speaking Fear - Presentation Anxiety

A bigger fear than death for some. Your mind protects you from past bad experiences. De-program that protection and alter it to something more useful. Teach your mind mental techniques that the pros use to speak comfortably in front of any group, at any time - even impromptu. Present with confidence and end embarrassing moments for good. Joining a speaking group means practicing the wrong behaviors over and over. Train your mind to present with ease and build confidence.

Test Anxiety? Can't Concentrate, Focus or Remember Everything? 

Can't afford to score poorly? Fear holds us back and clouds thinking. Train your brain for positive results, clarity in thought, mindful and confidence. 

Negative People Controlling or Bullying You?
Establish healthy boundaries to stand up for yourself. Find your voice. You don't need to just take it. Stuck in a job with a co-worker or boss who is always in your business? Empower yourself. Don't let other people's negativity weigh you down. 

Invest in yourself. 
What's holding you back?

Sales Success - Push Through Resistance and Self-Sabotage

Never underestimate the power of you. You deserve to be successful and reach your goals. BE confident whether in timeshares, sales, starting your own business or management.

Hate Cold Calling?
* fear of embarrassment ("What if I say something stupid?")
* fear of rejection ("What if they don't like me?" "What if I am not good enough?")
* fear of failure ("What if I screw up this account?")
* fear of success ("What if I do great and draw a lot of attention?")

The problem isn't the call... it's fear. Work through fear to be comfortable. We have helped high end sales people and small business owners be comfortable with the ask.

Phone Tips: 1. Ask direct questions. ("What time do you close today?") 2. Be polite ("Good morning," "Thank you," etc. These are actually easy things to say without any errors because you've been saying them your whole life. Use them a lot - you're good at them.) 3. Provide a specific product or outcome that is the purpose of the call ("I need you to...") highlight the "ask" (thing or things you need)... and pick up the phone. Start with "good morning/evening"... give the ask... and say "thank you." 

Discover Your Purpose. Time Is Wasting
Passionate about your job or just punching the clock? Lack of purpose results in trudging through life. Humans need to feel valued and have a sense of belonging.  What are you looking for in life? Try something new. Purpose is the thing you’ve talked yourself out of… given up on. Limiting beliefs told you “you can’t,” “shouldn’t,” or “you don’t deserve it.” 

Life Transitions - Retirement

Retirement many feel like “being put out to pasture.” We fear change. Loss. Different. Fear that we no longer matter and no longer have anything to achieve. Missing out. Retirement is where we go to die. Our mind fears not doing well out there in the great unknown—retirement. Make your life transition something to look forward to.

Motivation Puts An End to Procrastination

Don't let your emotions get the best of you. There is a reason behind your lack of motivation and your desire to procrastinate. Move past procrastination to get to your goal. Why procrastinate any longer? Motivation awaits you.

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Is Your Inner Voice a Crook, Con Artist, or Champion?

Loser. Idiot. Ugly. Fat. Shameful. Disgusting. Weak. What’s the worst thing you say about yourself? Do fear, hesitation and doubt shut you down every time you have to do something important?  How is it that our own inner voice is such a downer? If it’s our inner voice—our own mind/our own thoughts—shouldn’t it get on the same page and be helping us, not holding us back with all of its worry, negativity, blame, hate and doubt?  

When we set out to do something new, meet new people, speak to a group, or even enter a busy environment where people might judge us, the subconscious mind can create a physiological response, such as shortness of breath, sweaty palms and a racing heart, because it wants us to be alert to the danger it perceives. This is a great thing if we’re walking into a jungle filled with man-eating dinosaurs, but it isn’t a very effective response when trying to talk to someone or give a presentation. The mind believes we are facing a danger because we have previously been harmed or felt judged in one of these situations. It is only able to remind us of these previous hurts or harms by using our body’s system to protect us. If we ignore the initial warnings, or try to push through it, we’re likely to just end up making the situation even worse because our subconscious mind will need to ramp up the warnings. Ignoring the mind’s warning system means that the warnings will need to be more severe in order to get our attention.

Unfortunately, the subconscious mind is a notoriously bad interpreter of events. It often lies to us or blows things out of proportion based on the age we were during previous experiences. The anxiety experienced during a poor speaking performance in high school is stored in the subconscious. Even though the individual has grown since then and consciously knows that the old event is in the distant past, the subconscious is trying to protect him/her from a repeat of the pain, hurt or humiliation that the individual faced while young.

The subconscious mind is the center of all of our feelings. Even when we say things like, “There’s nothing to be afraid of, I’ve done this many times,” our subconscious mind can still create anxiety, stress or fear. The reason that we can consciously know that something shouldn’t be frightening but are still able to feel afraid is that our subconscious feelings have learned that our conscious thoughts can be deceptive. Even though our conscious mind knows the facts of the situation, the subconscious doesn’t trust those facts because they conflict with what it has experienced in the past. Because our thoughts have “lied” to our feelings before, we’ve created two parts of our mind that don’t trust each other. In that predicament, we’ve got to find a way to get subconscious and conscious to agree.

Hypnosis is effective for helping get the two parts of your own mind on the same page. You can’t consciously argue your way out of a feeling any more than you can feel your way out of a thought. The two come from separate parts of the human mind and they need an interpreter—and that’s what good hypnotists do. We help people become more confident.


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