7 Steps to Achieving What You Want in Life

You deserve the best life has to offer.

Even the happiest people I know have one or two areas they would like to improve in their lives. Health, relationships, business, balance… There is always something. Here is the actual process I use in my Life Coaching practice to help my clients get the most out of their lives.

  1.  Action.
    The most important action you can take is to decide that there is something you need to change and commit to making a plan. What is missing from your life or keeping you from complete happiness? Decide what it is.
  2. Create a plan.
    Begin with where you are now and the outcomes you want to achieve. It is not enough to have your plan in your head; you need to write out your plan.
  3. Accept that you are human.
    Part of being human is the collection of memories we store in our minds that drive our behavior without us even knowing it. It is time to cancel the negative thoughts that are preventing you from being able to achieve your goals and start thinking positive.
  4. Pay attention to your energy level.
    Any plan to increase success and happiness should include balancing your mental, emotional, and physical condition. And getting into good condition requires adequate rest, nutrition, and exercise in addition to staying away from things, places, and people who affect you negatively.
  5.  Identify the affirmations
    and other language you will use to optimally reprogram your brain during visualization exercise.
  6. Visualize your outcomes.
    By closing your eyes and creating a movie in your mind about exactly where you want to be. Do this every morning before starting your day and again in the evening before you go to sleep.
  7. Evaluate your progress.
    Evaluation is a critical component to any plan as it provides benchmarks and other opportunities to determine whether what you are doing is working. Decide in advance what progress looks and feels like, and build various progress points into your plan.

Achievements rarely come by accident. They are the product of knowing where you want to go, making a plan for getting there, and working that plan. They are also the products of individuals who are mentally prepared for and positioned for their success.

Listen to my CDs for faster results through relaxation and mental imagery exercises that target your subconscious mind and make achieving your goals easier.

Please call 561.841.7306 for an appointment today.

August 18, 2018

What is hypnosis?

Hypnosis is a state of related but focused concentration during which the subconscious mind allows and accepts suggestions for change. Brain scans have recently been used to observe the activity that occurs in the brain, turning hypnosis. These scans are being performed by the medical establishment to explain why hypnosis is so very effective. If you have ever been so focused on TV, a movie or even driving, that you lost all track of and everything else around you, you have been in a state of hypnosis. All types of habits and behaviors can be eliminated, changed or improved through hypnosis. All that is necessary is a sincere desire for change.
Can anyone be hypnotized?
Almost everyone can be hypnotized. However, you must allow yourself to experience gnosis. Because it feels like relaxation, many people do not feel as though they have been hypnotized at all.

Will I lose control in any way during hypnosis?
No. You control whether you enter into hypnosis, which suggestions your subconscious mind accepts, and you also have the ability to bring yourself out of hypnosis anytime you choose. You maintain your free will and will not say or do anything in the gnosis that you would not do in a waking state.

Will I remember what you said during the session?
Most people hear every word that is said by the therapist and remember the content of the session.

 

Will you make me quack like a duck?

Not unless you want to! In order for suggestions to enter your subconscious mind. They must bypass the “critical factor.” This part of the brain decides whether or not, your subconscious mind will allow that particular thought to become part of your belief system. Therefore, you can only be attached to make the changes that you truly desire.

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