A website should be legit. Reflective of the business and people involved. I’m not a fan of “templates” and boilerplate generic text. I like genuine. And original. I created my website myself–and I’ve written every word describing my services and the numerous articles. It’s me.
So, I always like it when people respond well to it.
“I love your positive energy… somebody who is walking the walk and not just talking to talk.” — Juliette N, Montana
A girl in Montana wrote to me, wanting to work with me. Unfortunately, my work is face-to-face in my office in Bellevue and involves a multitude of hands-on techniques for success. A watered-down version of my work via phone or skype wouldn’t cut it. Those who are serious come work with me, some even from a great distance–and I like that indicator of determination.
I gave Juliette some advice on finding a skilled hypnotherapist. Hypnotherapy as a profession is growing–so I’m sure she’ll find someone nearer to her. NLP is the real deal for change and I directed her to the Society of NLP® to find credentialed practitioners.
I’ve looked at some local hypnotists’ websites and their name is hidden, their face is hidden, and there’s no hint as to WHO this site belongs to. Canned! A picture of a trickling stream and someone in a lotus position. Personally, I’d like to know more about the person I’d be working with.
Connie Brannan, CHt.
Clinical Neuro-Linguistic Hypnotherapist
Licensed Trainer of Neuro-Linguistic Programming®
Originator of Designer Feelings®
Originator of Designer Beliefs®
Design Human Engineer™
Professional Conversational Hypnotherapist
Managing Partner, Mindworks Hypnosis
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