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Hypnosis Training Video #394: Part 2, Creating Balance in Your Hypnosis Practice to Increase Success & Effectiveness

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Hi everyone, it’s Erika Flint again, and I’m back with co-host Brenda Titus to continue the topic of how balance in your hypnosis practice means more success!

There are so many things to do as a hypnotist, not just seeing clients – perhaps you want to grow your business, or get published, write a book, and you have to balance all of those goals with seeing clients. This episode is dedicated to helping you learn how to do that!

NOTE:  If you haven’t already, make sure to check out the first episode: Creating Balance in Your Hypnosis Practice to Increase Success & Effectiveness

In this hypnosis training video, Brenda and I continue to reveal not only the importance of balance in your hypnosis practice, but provide tips and tricks that you can use right now to make your practice run more efficiently and smoothly – giving you more time to do the things that you love doing. In this episode you will:

  1. Discover the limits of accommodating clients’ scheduling needs; flexibility must have limits.
  2. How efficiency promotes balance is revealed.
  3. Creating reusable assets can save you time.
  4. When to do things yourself, and when to pay for services. 
  5. Secrets to creating built-in time for essential growth and learning.

One of my favorite books, “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People” by Steven Covey, calls this “sharpening the saw” and if you don’t give yourself time every week to grow and learn, you’re going to get stuck.

Cal, Brenda and I will all be presenting at the NGH Convention

Cal has a one-hour session on Friday morning at 9am on how to use the Universal Patter Script.  He also has a two-hour talk on Mastering Age Regression on Friday at 11am.  He will also have a 2-day Age Regression Certification Course after the convention.  Be sure to call the NGH at 603-429-9428 to get registered!

Brenda has a one-hour session on Sunday at 2pm where she’ll talk about “Establishing healthy and professional boundaries with your clients”.

I have a one-hour session on Sunday at 12pm, where I’ll talk about “Get New Hypnosis Clients from Google, Fast!” which will cover the best ways to use the internet and online advertising using Google’s AdWords to bring in new clients.

We hope to see you there!!

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4 Reader Comments to Hypnosis Training Video #394: Part 2, Creating Balance in Your Hypnosis Practice to Increase Success & Effectiveness

  1. Ron Johnson August 20, 2014 at 1:51 PM

    I loved the podcast. I have a question for both of you. As a new hypnotist I am concerned with my clients safety and would like some input on how I can make my female clients feel safer during a session. Especially since I am a male and will be the only other person in the office until I am able to afford to hire a receptionist or another hypnosis practitioner to work in the office with me. I do plan to video each session as well mainly so I can review each session and improve where needed but also to protect myself if need be. Thank you both for the awesome work you are doing and I hope to become a 5 pather soon.
    Ron

  2. Erika Flint, CH, CPHI August 21, 2014 at 8:33 AM

    Hi Ron,
    I know Brenda will have great advice for you since she’s a real expert on this topic, but I think video taping your sessions will go a long way with your clients to protect them, and yourself. This demonstrates a level of professionalism and safety that clients will appreciate. Just make sure that you include in your intake forms that the sessions will be video recorded. If your just getting started I highly recommend the Business Startup Pack because it has all the intake forms and other information you’ll want – it saved me hours of work and is well worth every penny. You can get it here: http://www.calbanyan.com/hypnosis-store/hypnosis-books-cds-dvds/hypnosis-hypnotherapy-video/business-start-up-pack.php

  3. Brenda Titus August 21, 2014 at 10:16 AM

    Hi Ron, thank you so much for your question and for your kind words. I believe that one of the biggest things to do to help your clients feel safe with you, is to have a high level of professionalism and good boundaries at all times. When the client sees you as a professional who is there to help them, then they will become more trusting and feel safer. Keeping boundaries (which starts with being professional will help as well). With really good boundaries, you want to remember that this is a client, not a friend, so I highly recommend not hugging them, maintaining professional physical distance, etc. I’d even be very careful with just the simple touch on the shoulder. Of course, video taping your sessions is definitely a good idea for all of the reasons you mentioned, I have a note in my intake forms that my sessions are recorded. The only person that I ever felt uncomfortable with in my office alone was the one person who pushed very hard to not have the sessions recorded, so you can see it’s for the benefit of both the hypnotist and the client!

    I hope that helps answer your question, and this might be something we’d like to talk about further when Cal is on. Now that we’ve gotten a female perspective, I’d like to hear a male’s perspective!!

  4. Ron August 22, 2014 at 1:44 PM

    Thank you both. This is what I wanted to know. Both of you and everyone doing the pod casts have been awesome. Thank you again.

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