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Hypnosis Training Video #419: How to Stay Successful in the Profession of Hypnosis & Hypnotherapy for the Long Term

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Of course, you want more than initial success! We all want to have a career in hypnosis that is sustained and continues to grow. Right?

Welcome back! Erika is back with me for this new hypnosis training video here on www.CalBanyan.com! Watch this new video and see how Cal does it, and how Erika is planning to set up her career for ongoing sustained success.

How can you stay successful for the long term?

Erika, starts off sharing that she likes to set goals that challenges herself, but, she knows there is more to it than that, so she asks me, “Cal, how do you do it, and continue to have success over the years? I want to learn from you, someone who has been successful in the career of hypnotherapy for almost 19 years.”

In this video, I give it to her straight and let you all in on my ongoing success strategy as well, at least as much as I can in a 20 minute video.

Below is a list of some of the things I cover in more detail in this video.

  • I had to adopt a successful personality.
  • I came up with the philosophy of “Gold In, Gold Out” and I live by it.
  • The two most important books, The E-Myth and the 7 Habits of Highly Successful People.
  • I prioritize my time always focusing on what is “important, but not urgent”.
  • Subscribe to podcasts that I will receive automatically.
  • Remember to subscribe to this free hypnosis training video series and get notified when new videos are ready for you (Gold In, Gold Out).
  • Find models of sustained success and learn from them.
  • Focus on helping others and you will be inspired with new ideas.
  • Don’t just learn (Gold In) you must take action (Gold Out).
  • Have an accountability partner.
  • Go to the National Guild of Hypnotists’ Convention for more Gold In, and meet other hypnotists.

We cover a lot of great info in this hypnosis training video for this week. *Remember you can get notified of each new video as soon as it is posted by clicking on the big red “Become a VIP Member button below, or send a blank email to videos@calbanyan.com. Keep this “Gold” coming in automatically. You can also subscribe on iTunes.

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Let’s do GREAT things together!
Cal Banyan

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2 Reader Comments to Hypnosis Training Video #419: How to Stay Successful in the Profession of Hypnosis & Hypnotherapy for the Long Term

  1. Brenda Titus January 29, 2015 at 10:09 AM

    Great episode Cal and Erika, there’s always something here that I need to hear “now.” As much as I have my sites set on goals for this year, it’s important for me to be thinking about the long term as well. What my long term goals for my practice are and what I can do to achieve them, remembering that I’ll always be in a state of growth and learning (there’s no finish line, ha ha).

    Thanks for my weekly dose of “gold in!”

  2. Erika Flint, BCH, CPHI January 30, 2015 at 8:49 AM

    Thank you Brenda, I’m glad you enjoyed the episode! I agree, it’s so easy to get caught up in the what’s happening now, and goals around the corner. I have to remind myself to set the longer term goals so that the bigger milestones and accomplishments are achieved – when I do that, I know where I’m heading.

    One thing that just came up this week for me is to always remember the primary purpose of the work I’m doing, when I do that I reset my direction in the way I want to go instead of getting stuck heads down in the day to day tasks. That feeling of reconnecting with the purpose of what you do is important, and highly energizing at the same time.

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