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Hypnosis Training Video Podcast #242: Should Hypnotists Quote a Success Rate? What Makes a Hypnosis Trainer Good?

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Hypnosis Teacher Cal BanyanHypnotherapist Elronn Ferguson

Should Hypnotists Quote a Success Rate? What Makes a Hypnosis Trainer Good?

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Here are some of the controversial hypnosis topics we discuss:

  • What should you say when a client asks about success rates?
  • What do we think of other professionals who quote success rates?
  • What is a good number of sessions that a hypnotist should conduct before teaching others to become hypnotists?

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3 Reader Comments to Hypnosis Training Video Podcast #242: Should Hypnotists Quote a Success Rate? What Makes a Hypnosis Trainer Good?

  1. Kent September 24, 2011 at 12:18 PM

    My success rate – 0%. My clients do much better. Training, good training is great but, you can’t teach talent. I know a person with two years of training who can’t do it. I’ve known one week warriors who do great.

  2. issac September 24, 2011 at 6:09 PM

    Hey guys great as always, someone told me that statement, that he answers to clients when they ask for success rate, I always have 100 % success but I need 200 % to succeed, so would you give me your 100%.
    Just another note.
    Thanks Cal and Elron

  3. Elronn September 26, 2011 at 9:18 AM

    I absolutely love that Isaac! And upon looking back at this video, I realize that Lawyers CAN quote success rates;) (Just a little different)

    Kent, I do believe that there are certain human characteristics that make a good hypnotherapist, such as compassion, empathy, and the desire to genuinely help people for the right reasons. There is natural talent, but if someones talent can be broken down in to small enough bits and taught correctly, I believe that anyone can do anything if given the right stimulus and environment. There are limits to this theory, but if you really love doing this, you will become successful if you continue to work at it.

    Hope this helps!

    Elronn

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