When people come to me for sports, business, or other performance improvement coaching, I start by telling them that I am not going to teach them how to hold their club better, or give them nifty sales closing techniques, or address the skills of anything that they do. They are the experts and I regard them as such.
What I do tell them is that through hypnotism they will be able to recapture their spark, or their confidence, of their edge. I ask them how they want to be in their field and then implant that image deep into their mind. createor a star, or a consistent performer reaches a point where things just aren’t coming together mentally..where the focus is gone……this is where hypnotherapy and I can help.
Performance improvement is the most underutilized application of hypnosis there is.
As some of you know very well from personal experience I have helped many clients achieve their full potential once again. Sales people have increased their income dramatically, students have raised their grades, golfers have lowered their handicap and many other people have achieved their goals and then some.
Hypnosis works to improve performance for one simple reason. When you are “in the zone” you are performing at a subconscious level. Questioning is minimized. As the Nike commercial said, you just “do it.”
Hypnosis helps you get your mind out of your way. Not the part of the mind that knows how to succeed, but the part of the mind that doubts, fears, worries, remembers failures, focuses on what it doesn’t want
So, it might be useful to pause over the next several days and ask yourself how often you are in the zone whether in your favorite game or in the game of life.
If you don’t like the answers you get, it is time to use your self-hypnosis skills to re-focus.
As Henry Ford said, “Whether a person thinks he can or can’t, he is right.”
What do you think?
Don’t Let COVID-19 Coronavirus Keep You Up At Night
COVID-19 Coronavirus presents people in Rhode Island and Massachusetts with a dilemma. Both states have declared states of emergency: the public health risk is real. But we also have the challenge of managing our emotions – going about our lives – during the crises.
I created this 17-18 minute video to help my clients and others navigate the line between action and complacency while maintaining emotional balance. It is a “hypnotic meditation” video so will require your full attention where you will not be disturbed. Everything it suggests in terms of action is meant to be consistent with CDC guidelines as of March 10/11 2020. Please let me know in the comment section whether you find it useful.
Does just looking at the cabin picture above make you a little nervous? Or does thinking about your vacation flight have you anxious instead of excited? Or even worse are you considering cancelling your flight plans this year?
If so, this workshop is for you.
These principles apply to New Year’s Resolutions, but also to anytime you want to bring a new possibility into reality.
And please let me know if I can be of help.
Like to make it an even Happier Thanksgiving Day this year? Then take a moment to practice what I call Thanks-GETTING.
So, why not take just a moment to GET that the glass really is more than half full. Likely much more when you think about it a little.