Goodbye to Procrastination – Hypnosis Client Testimonial

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Hi, Hypnosis Friends!

Here’s another happy client report.  Love to get good news from my clients about how our NLP and hypnotherapy work is changing and shaping their success.

“I have been able to pick up the phone without hesitation for numerous types of business calls, which I would have procrastinated on before. This is the most amazing difference and the most important, since this directly relates to me getting the referrals I need that lead to my income.”  –B. P., Bellevue, WA

That’s right, the right state of mind fuels success in business. And in life. Procrastination is built on fear. We remove fear, and replace it with confidence, motivation, and “go for it.”

If you’re stuck anywhere on the list below, we can help. No ideas? We install inspiration and creativity. Not starting a project? We install passion and a sense of pleasure and immediacy. Not finishing? We install energy and confidence and motivation. How would you rather feel and then you can be successful? We create that.

Where are you on this list?

Connie Brannan, Licensed Trainer of NLP (tm), Seattle's best hypnotherapistAll the Best,
Connie

Connie Brannan, CHt.
Clinical Neuro-Linguistic Hypnotherapist
Licensed Trainer of Neuro-Linguistic Programming®
Originator of Designer Feelings®
Originator of Designer Beliefs®
Design Human Engineer™
Persuasion Engineer™
Professional Conversational Hypnotherapist
Managing Partner, Mindworks Hypnosis
http://www.mindworkshypnosis.net
http://www.seattlenlptraining.com

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Goodbye to Procrastination – Hypnosis Client Testimonial

Seattle hypnotherapy with Mindworks Hypnosis & NLP.

Feeling Overwhelmed? Hypnosis to the rescue!

Feeling stuck?  Lacking energy or motivation?  Nothing getting done at work or at home? That’s called procrastination, and it’s an easy fix with NLP and hypnosis.   What would it be like if it were different in your world?  How would you rather feel, and what would you rather do?

Maggie of Edmonds, WA found out.

She came in and described her state of mind and procrastinating behaviors.  She was feeling overwhelmed.  She was feeling like “a deer in the headlights” with a glaring lack of productivity in her creative work and in her home life.  After a couple Neuro-Linguistic Programming and hypnotherapy sessions, here is her report:

“It’s ALL good!  I’m really amazed.  I’m overloaded with positive behaviors.”– Maggie, Edmonds, WA.  Her work, which is creative in nature, is flowing.  Goodbye, stuck.  Her enthusiasm and energy for home projects has soared, as well.  Goodbye, procrastination. She’s feeling more calm and powerful overall, which is impacting everything in a positive way, her health, her relationships, her day to day experience of life.  “It’s ALL good!”  Yep!  🙂

Stuck is a temporary state of mind, and we can accelerate your kicking it to the curb. Hypnosis is amazing, and hypnosis works.  Maggie is more proof of the pudding.

Warm Regards,
Connie Brannan

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Someday Never Comes

“Someday.”  What a wishy-washy weasel-y, weak word.   Be wary of this word coming out of your own mouths or pens–because here’s what it really means:  never.  “Someday” is married to “I can’t.”  They live unhappily ever after.

Movement forward is a good thing, in my model of the world.  What I sell is movement, and change.  Belief change, behavioral change.  Life change.  Useful and desired and WONDERFUL change.  “Someday” is a holding in place word, not a movement word.  “Do it!”  “Doing it!”   that’s movement.  Someday…I’ll  quit smoking.  Someday…I’ll get my body in shape.  Someday…blah blah blah.  Someday never comes.

I love my teachers.  One in particular, Dr. Richard Bandler, the co-creator of Neuro-Linguistic Programming™.  Yesterday was his birthday.  He got literally hundreds of well wishes from fans and friends across the globe on his Facebook page.  One girl wrote to him:  “I will take one of your trainings and meet you someday.”  I’m sure he was underwhelmed by that.  I would be.  It means “never.”

When I took Design Human Engineering™ with Richard and his co-trainer, John LaValle, last year, here’s one of the ideas that got well installed:  “Just f****** do it!!”  It being movement towards a well formed outcome, a goal, what you want in life.  I hear John’s voice in my ear often, propelling me forward.  I’ll have to thank him again for that!  🙂

My favorite songwriter, Smokey Robinson, said the same thing in a softer way in the lyrics of one of his best songs (More Love):  “Let it be soon.  Don’t hesitate.  Make it now.  Don’t wait…”

To me it’s so simple.  If you want something (sufficiently), you do it.  You make it happen.  I don’t “do” someday.  Why would anyone?  Why not shift “someday” into “now?”

Warm Regards,
Connie

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