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This is the Work Smart Hypnosis Podcast, session number 127, the Instant Gratification Formula. Welcome to the Work Smart Hypnosis Podcast with Jason Lynette, your professional resource for hypnosis training and outstanding business success. Here’s your host, Jason Lynette. So how would you rather be?
What are those actions that you’d like to be taking? What are those things that you would like to have noticed between now and the next time you’re here? That’ll give you that instant gratification that things are now different and they’re not going back to the old way. Hey, there’s Jason Lynette with a solo session this week, all about a specific strategy that I’ve been using in my sessions now with clients for quite some time, and really only by way of sort of an indirect roundabout method did I realize that this was something that perhaps I should share with you.
And so we can have a conversation about it. And it’s something that I’ve deemed, I’ve now branded, I’ve now thingified as the instant gratification formula. And by no means what I imagine that such an idea is original to me, though the applications, the way that I’d workshop it, is something that just more so evolved over time just from working with a couple of thousand clients over the years.
The story as to why I’m sharing this with you comes indirectly back from session number 113, which was recorded with Scott Sandlin. That was the one titled Hypnotic Evolution. And uh, we recorded that back in May, 2017 after the Im D H A I act. Hypno Expo 2017. And there’s an amazing theme. Scott hits on in that conversation and it comes down to too many practitioners are focused on immediate change rather than long term success, and I’d absolutely agree with that.
That being said, there’s something really, really beneficial about getting the foot and the door getting. Step in the right direction that really dominoes that process. So yes, absolutely your process should always be geared towards long term change, permanent success, where possible were appropriate. That being said, you gotta get the foot in the door.
So both of these aspects are absolutely true. And inside of this week’s session, I’m gonna share with you some strategies, things that. Made use of over the years inside of the intake interview process, inside of my incoming phone call, inside of the actual hypnotic change process, as well as the post hypnotic, uh, process that we’re gonna make use of that, really get that foot in the door in terms of how we get that well, instant gratification, that the change is in motion.
You see, it’s always about refining what you do, perfecting your process, and sending it down to the essential elements, which is why inside of my all access pass to my digital version of my hypnosis trainings. You can check that [email protected] There’s an ongoing evolution to everything that I do, so the anecdote is often best expressed by the moment where, Student of mine, uh, audits one of the classes that they’ve taken before, and I get the commentary that, Wow, you’re doing that differently now.
That’s much better. That’s much more streamlined than what it was before, which this is the real benefit I found of training as I actively continue to see clients, that there’s a further evolution and revolution and sanding down to the essentials of all that I do. So inside of hypnotic workers. It’s not the document of, this is what I used to do, and this is what used to work inside of hypnotic workers, which is more than 60 plus hours of digital hypnosis training.
We don’t need any more scripts in hypnosis. What we need are transcripts. You’re really getting the inside workings of what’s working now. And oftentimes by taking that step back and really reviewing what it is that we’ve been doing with our clients, you start to unpack, Well, here is a replicatable strategy that ought to be shared.
And with that in mind, let’s jump directly into this week’s content. This is the Work Smart Hypnosis Podcast, session number 127. The instant gratification formula.
All right, here we go. This is the instant gratification formula Now underst. What I’m about to share with you is extremely simple, and chances are this probably won’t be too long of a podcast session. However, as we actually get into the themes of it, you’re gonna see some of the nuances that I’m running this pattern over and over inside of my process.
It really just comes down to one very simple. Question and it’s the role play game of, Okay, so you’re back here again next week. We’re scheduled for next week, Thursday at one 30, and we’ve talked about your goals a month from now, a year from now, and well down the road. The, let me ask you this, it’s a week from now.
What is that feedback? What is that story that you want to be sharing with me that’s going to guarantee, that’s gonna really validate this is working for. And understand it’s not just those specific words because given the conversation, giving the themes of what we’re talking about, there’s always gonna be some paraphrasing and bending of language and, and that’s really that simple.
What’s the story you wanna be telling me the next time you’re here that’s going to validate and really confirm this is working for. And this is a question that is now going to creep its way into my process, even from the initial phone call. And there’s a benefit here. What we’re really making use of is future pacing the client and to borrow the language, the idea of helping the client to further hypnotize themselves in the right direction before they even come into the process.
So let’s imagine for a moment that here we are, the phone is ringing and I’ve picked it up and we’re now talking about coming into the process. They’re interviewing me to hire me as their hypnotist. I’m interviewing them to see whether or not we’re a fit together to work and address their goals. And it’s where the initial step of things is, of course, that strategy of, uh, I understand from my intake interview process that I’m gonna make use of over the phone.
It’s extremely conversational. The, the mechanisms that I’d use and I teach this inside of hypnotic business systems, you can check that [email protected] It’s a much more nuanced process that I’ve deemed the 500 K phone process, because by the time I unpacked it and transcribed it and put it together into a system, It had booked more than $500,000 of live individual one to one client sessions, and this is just one ingredient inside of it.
But basically inside of that process, I’m basically going to do the first couple of moments of an intake interview. On the phone. So tell me, And it’s gonna be very conversational. So the classic example for me would be that of the person calling in to quit smoking. It’s just gonna be a conversation about their goal.
Tell me more about this goal of getting rid of those cigarettes. And they’ll usually chuckle. They usually laugh at the question as it’s phrased that way, but we’re immediately into the swing of things in terms. What do they wanna achieve? Well, I want to have long term health. I don’t really enjoy it anymore.
I’ve been wasting my money on this. I travel a lot and it’s a real hassle to carry these things around. Um, you know, the kids on the way, I’ve got kids at home. Whatever themes are gonna be important to them, these are the things that are gonna be popping up. and what’s interesting is that so often we set our goals so often into the future.
There’s a previous podcast session that I did in terms of mindset in terms of really bringing yourself into the present themes of mindfulness That really worked their way into the process as I work with my clients, so. So often we’re putting that happiness so far out into the future. So here’s a person that is having some health concerns with their, with their goal of quitting smoking, and the challenge would be, They’re putting that success out in a place that, granted, there’s gonna be some immediate gratification, as it were, in terms of what they’re gonna be noticing, but a year from now, you know there’s certain things are gonna be noticing that are gonna be a slow, gradual progression.
Weight loss can happen quickly. Yes, it can. Yet for large numbers, for people who need to lose more than a hundred pounds. It’s gonna be some time before they really start to get from that size 18 down to that size eight from the size 48 pants down to the size 40. That’s gonna take some time. So the goal is that mindset of getting that foot in the door.
So typically there’s gonna be this dancing back and forth. In my incoming phone call between talking about what their goals are and then folding in what this hypnotic process is really all about. So, and simply put, that’s where I’m gonna starting to fold in some of my pre-talk strategies all the way back to session number one, the all positive pre-talk.
So I’ve let them talk for a little bit, I’ve gathered some information. And then I’ll seamlessly transition to go. Well, the way that we work together is that everything is based on you inside of the hypnotic process. The mind is active and alert the entire time you’re gonna hear everything I say. You’re gonna remember as much as you would from any normal conversation.
And for the nuances on that, again, go all the way back to session number one on the all positive Pre-talk, though, as I’ve talked for a little bit, I don’t want it to switch over to be a monolog. And I’m gonna interject a question here, which is now folding in the themes and tenants of this instant gratification formula.
So let me ask you this. We work together and it’s a brief series of sessions and you’re back in front of me the second time, and it’s only about a week later. Let me ask you this, What is the story that you wanna be telling at that part of the process? Just a few days into our work together. What is the feedback that you wanna be giving me that’s gonna give you the instant gratification that yes, this is absolutely working for?
Let me unpack a couple of strategies inside of asking that question. Some of it of course, from the business standpoint, and most of it instead though from the hypnotic change standpoint, let’s hit the business points first because they’re the most straightforward. I am hitting some very directed commands in that statement.
I am making some very bold claims in that opening phrase. What am I saying? What’s the story you want to be telling me at the second appointment, which is folding in a little bit of a hypnotic priest opposition that we will have already had the first session? Yes, I am telling my client you are absolutely coming into my office and by talking about the second appointment, it’s presupposing that you’re absolutely going to be working with me.
More importantly though, It’s folding in the mindset that they’re gonna get the foot in the door of the change process as early as the very first session. So the way that I tend to work with my clients is that we start with a plan of three sessions, and if that’s all we need, fantastic. And as there’s value in adding additional work, Of course that’s an option.
My goal is to give you the most effective process in the most efficient use of your time, which this is folding in some business strategy here. But take note, I did not promise that we would be done in three sessions. I did not say it’s gonna be complete in three sessions. Now granted, many of my clients, we do those three appointments and that’s all we need though.
Here are other people that I work with that maybe were working further beyond that. 5, 6, 7 appointments. Even well beyond that we’re appropriate, but the mindset here that I’m interjecting is that they’re gonna start to notice positive changes as early as the first appointment. And there’s something to be said about the difference between show and tell.
That I could stand there in a presentation and say, Here’s how awesome I am. Here’s why you need to listen to me. But it’s so much better to demonstrate that by way of a. So perhaps, oh, it reminds me of a client who came into my office and the second time they were in front of me, you know, here’s the guy that came in and his sugar cravings were absolutely gone.
And on top of that, you know, some of the things that he was eating that were relatively sweet but healthy, tasted differently to him. So even as early as the first appointment, he noticed his taste buds were rapidly reprogram. So by telling that story of working with that client, what is it doing? Well, it’s demonstrating by way of metaphor.
Hey. This stuff works and second of all, this works quickly. So it’s that benefit of, instead of saying, Here’s how awesome I am, you know, it’s where in sales you’d see from some older ways of doing it. No, trust me, this stuff works. And the moment you say, Trust me, people start to raise a little bit of a red flag and question whether or not they can actually trust you.
Why would I tell you to trust me when I can just do something that demonstrates, Yes, you can absolutely trust and believe in what I’m talking about and simply telling a story of instant change is going to satisfy that. So here we are. It’s the incoming phone. , and again, I’m gonna ask the question of let’s role play for a moment.
You’re in front of me for the second session. What is that story you want to be telling me as early as a few days into the process that’s gonna give you that instant gratification that this is absolutely working for you? And notice the change aspect of the command statements that I’m firing into that message.
I am saying to the client on the initial phone call. This is absolutely working for you, and there’s a couple of reasons that I’m doing that. First of all, we go into any process. We go into anything, even not even hypnosis everything in life. We go into everything with this mindset of, will this work for me?
Will this be effective for me? Is this actually going well? Am I doing this right? So whether it’s exercise, whether it’s modifying our eating, whether it’s uh, you know, how we balance our books, how we pay off our bills, how we raise our children, how we interact with our loved ones, how we go to a networking event, how we do practically everything.
We have this little filter in our minds that really we’re all kind of figuring it out as we. And within anything, not just hypnosis, but especially hypnosis, someone is going into it even during the session. This is why I make use of testing convincer moments inside of my process cuz it’s giving the instant gratification that yes, the hypnosis is actually doing something.
So in that initial phone call to immediately implant the belief system, this is absolutely working for me. And default that in as. A bit of inner dialogue that they’re now gonna be using for themselves even before you come into the process. Is just really setting that expectation in the right place. So inside of giving this instant gratification formula inside of that initial phone call, What am I doing?
One, I am telling you, you are coming into my office. Let me expand on that briefly here. I designed a phone process years ago that the premise of it was without any sort of sneaky strategy. I am presenting everything you need to know to make the qualified decision as to whether or not you’re gonna come into my office.
So without any sort of influence or persuasion or sales strategy, I am putting the entire choice on you. And I absolutely still believe that. I absolutely still endorse that. However, my belief systems have changed over the last couple of years because I can work with you, I can get you to that change even better.
When you’re here with me in my office, I can get the foot in the door and the phone. I can make you feel better, I can give you a little bit of instant gratification, give you some action steps, and set you on motion to at least say, Hey, try this. Rather than that, I can just get the toes and the water of the change on the phone call.
Yet when you’re with me in my office in my space, and you and I are doing the work, That’s where we can really set this thing in motion. Therefore, it is within my ethical responsibility to use every appropriate ethical strategy to get you to come into my office. So this is a shift inside of my belief systems.
That is absolutely valid in my opinion, because when you’re here with me in the office, game on, we’re gonna get this thing done. And when you’re still on the fence, you know, the old catchphrase of we can either have reasons or we can have results and results or a whole lot more fun when you’re playing the game of, is this the right time for me?
I don’t know if I should do this. Is this a fit? You know, you’re stuck inside of the. and it’s where just this week, I mean, it’s been a marathon week in terms of people who have filled out forms on my website, who have called me and I’ve returned their calls and I mean, here’s a guy I just booked sessions with that filled out a form on my websites back in 2014.
Here’s a woman who called me several times over the years, nearly every year, around August, 2014, 2015, 2016, and finally 2017. And I get, get to begin the conversation by saying, Hey, you’ve messaged me several times and then never responded to me. And I say that not to uh, come down on you, but what’s different?
And to ask that question is gonna give you every bit of feedback in terms of what the process needs to be focused on. So to begin that process with that statement, what’s different now gives you everything you need to know to really jump into that session where it’s not just about the cigarettes, it’s not about the eating habits, it’s not just about the fear.
What is the mental dialogue? And for me on the phone to immediate. Fire away this instant gratification formula and inside of it just pumble away the command statement. Yes, this is absolutely working for me. And when you’re here with me at the second appointment, what’s the story you’re gonna be sharing with me that is getting that change already in motion?
It’s a simple concept yet I’ve found over the years, this really punches up everything. So with that in mind now here we. And you’re here with me in my office. Hey, it’s worked. You’re with me in my office, and it’s the first appointment, and this really becomes the extension. The first session begins extremely conversational, and it’s the rapport model that I think, I first heard Keith Livingston talk about this, and I believe, if I remember right, he might have called this the Arnold Schwartzenegger report technique, that whether it was a time where he met Arnold, or whether it’s a time where he saw Arnold in a convers.
And this governator, uh, began an interaction with somebody as if he already had rapport with them. And as you come into my office, it’s really, as I’ve deemed it, the Willie Nelson effect that, uh, had a brand everything, don’t we, uh, as you’ve come into my office, we’re continuing a conversation. That you’ve already been having on one side of things, it’s a conversation that’s already existing because we’ve talked on the phone on the other side of things.
It’s the continuation of a conversation because you’ve been watching videos of me online. You’ve already been getting to know, like, and trust me, and I’m now entering into the conversation live. . So you’ve filled out a form of mind in terms of your benefits, in terms of your goals, and inside of mine, it’s asking the questions of what are your goals a month from now, a year from now, five years from now?
And these are arbitrary timeframes, and depending on what the person’s coming in for, they’re often very different. They’re often very similar for certain items. Though I specifically have not pulled the instant gratification formula into my paperwork because I want it to be an organic conversation inside of my office, inside of my process with you.
So, okay, these are your goals. A month from now, a year from now, five years from now. And I, I’ll give you the ones that are the, uh, as I say it, survey says most common answers, Family feud style, uh, that would be there for the smoker a month from. Stop smoking a year from now. Notice some significant changes in my health five years from now live as if I haven’t even smoked at all.
Those are the most common answers that I would see with a lot of variation. Of course, it’s at this point that I often become somewhat dismissive of that information. Okay, so this is all well and great in terms of your goals. Well, down the road though, let me ask you this, it’s Tuesday. You’re here with me today and we’re back here again on Friday this week.
You’re back here again in like three days. What is the story? What is the feedback you want to be giving me as early as three days from now that’s gonna give you that instant gratification that, wow, this absolutely worked. This is going great. I’ve got this. This is going to be. , what is the feedback you wanna be sharing with me?
And it’s from here. The old statement is now I, I think this next statement is a bit of a. Let’s get a little negative here. It’s a little bit of a hack line in the profession. In my honest opinion. There are so many people who would say, Oh, the client writes the script for you, and yet when I interact with them, they’re doing the same things in their sessions no matter what.
They’re not being as client centered as they really ought to be. The way that many people would say, Oh, I go to conventions to learn, and yet they’re not going to workshop. You know, when I’m there, my table is a little too empty When I’m there in the vendor room at most conventions, because I’m there actually attending workshops, I’m there signing up for pre and post conferences where I can, where the schedule allows, where there’s something that grabs my attention and I think it’s a little bit too much of a party line to say, Oh, the client writes the script for you when really, They’re not being as client centered as they ought to be.
Well, this is really a moment where the client is truly writing the script for me. And I’ll share with you, uh, as I’ve been doing the strategy over the years, uh, it’s about maybe eight, nine months ago that I got perhaps my favorite response to this formula. And understand this man who is in my office. He himself described himself as the ultimate stereotype of one specific thing, and I’ll put it in.
Here’s his words. And of course, I won’t attempt any sort of dialect, uh, because back when I was 18 years old, I was almost fired from Bush Gardens Williamsburg because they wanted me to do a British dialect. And I just do not have the, uh, as much as I deem my trainings a masterclass in hypnotic tonality, dialects and accents are just very clearly not my skill.
So, He describes himself as the ultimate stereotype of the English gentleman as he puts it. Well, I’m single and on the way home from. I hit the pub with my friends. I have a couple of pints and we go outside. We have a couple of cigarettes. I come back in, have another pin or two, and I live downtown Arlington.
So I just walk home and this is my. Daily ritual, and these are my friends. This is my social atmosphere. We watch the TV there at the pub, whether it’s a sports game. Sports game. Yeah. It’s afraid , Jason Lynette does not follow sports and I just proved it, whether it’s some sort of sporting event. There we are.
There’s the, uh, There’s the human language of using that, or we watch whatever political thing is going on and it becomes a real dialogue and a couple of hours later, I’m comfortably back at home. I don’t really have the interest in changing my drinking. I’m really only having one or two, sometimes three beers.
Um, however, here’s what I want to have different. He. I’m gonna be there. I’m gonna have the beers. We’re gonna go outside, they’re gonna smoke, and I’m not going to, It’s not going to bother me. It’s going to bother the hell out of my friends, and then we’ll go back inside, have another drink, and then I’ll go home.
That’s what I want to have happen, which as you can imagine, I’m jotting down some notes, though. This is such a colorful, descriptive, uh, outcome. That this is what I begin to future pace inside of the hypnotic session. And sure enough, there he is back in front of me on Friday that week and that is the exact feedback that he’s now giving me.
Which to be fair, he had already Hypnotically given himself that outcome. And I just then used the processes necessary to go in and facilitate that change, which the anecdote at the end of the story is that within the next several months, several of the friends who had, uh, who had he had been talking about then ended up as my clients as well.
Yay. Change is, change is contagious. So there’s a simple story that outlines how we go about doing. . Let’s give some other examples to this because there are some moments where we can get instant gratification, where instant gratification really perhaps isn’t physically possible. So here’s a woman who came into my office with a fear of flying, and she’s coming in.
I forget the exact dates, but let’s just say it’s a Wednesday. She’s coming in the next week, Wednesday again. And it’s really the next week that she’s gonna be flying. And then we’ve planned on another session after she’s traveled. So there are some moments where just simply put, there isn’t the opportunity to test.
You know, she’s coming in Wednesday, she’s back again the next week. The flight’s another week from there. So basically, here we are, session number one. And the upcoming flight is like two weeks out and she can’t say to me for that instant gratification formula, You’re back here in front of me next week.
What’s the story you wanna be telling me? Oh, I’ve flown and it’s gone. Fantastic. Because, well, the flight’s two weeks from now, I. So in her case, this is where I’m looking for her to get the feedback as to what’s gonna be different. And what she fed me here was outstanding. And this became a process within our work together.
Well, it’s, you know, my husband and I delayed our honeymoon. And he’s been online looking at all sorts of things to do in this island vacation. And as he’s talking to me about these events we can do down in the islands, I’m starting to get nervous thinking about the flight. So I want to actually start to look forward to this trip.
You know, as he’s talking about, here’s the day we can go out and rent jet skis. Here’s the day where we can go swimming through these caves. Here’s. Restaurant that, uh, has been featured on this te on this travel program that we watched. I want to actually start to look forward to this vacation. You know, I wanna actually start to plan with him the things that we’re gonna be doing.
So I could have assumed that, I could have guessed at that, and I might have been right. I might have been wrong. And this process, again, you’re letting the client build the process for. And understand this is of course not the only thing that I do. I’m going to be, uh, running the, uh, fast fear release, which is my just retitling of the fast phobia cure because most of us as hypnotists are non-medical practitioners.
We don’t treat phobias and we don’t cure. So it’s about time we retitle that process. I’m gonna be doing some. Positive regression to a feeling of confidence and projecting them into the future, and then anchoring and triggering that positive state. I’m gonna be running my variation of the benefits approach, the meta pattern for change that I’ve deemed these straight line transformation.
I’m gonna be using every technique and tool appropriate to help get the change in motion, but when it comes down to just simply giving direct suggestion, hypnosis and future pacing them. Into their outcome. This is where I’m getting that content. So imagine there you are, and the two of you are now looking at this information together.
Or perhaps it’s that moment. We’re unprompted, you’re browsing around the internet, you’re looking at Trip Advisor, you’re looking at all these various websites, and you’re planning things for the two of you to do together, and looking forward to that moment where there you are on that vacation. As you can look forward a little bit of timeline language here, as you can look forward to that place in your future where you can remember just how enjoyable that flight will have been.
So again, I’m getting the feedback from them right away as to the little bullet points, the things that normally would’ve been glossed over, cuz , when it comes to change, so many of us want to jump straight for the juggler in terms of, you know, there you are, and this outcome is already. But what are those instant gratification things, which the simple formula is ask your client.
So I’ve shared a stop smoking example. I’ve shared a fear example. Let’s use one that is a little bit more nuanced of hypnotic pain relief. So it, it’s where, Thank you Michael Elner. Thank you Dan Clery for the principles as Dan Clery would call it. Now, I’ve learned that I’ve never actually, uh, been around Dan directly myself, but I learned this, uh, through the conduit of Michael Elner, uh, the concept of nickel and dime, your pain relief clients.
Which doesn’t mean booking a whole bunch of sessions and milking them for their money. No. Instead it means looking for places of incremental change. So the way that I’d phrase it is this. So clearly resolving this issue is the absolute goal. Getting you a hundred percent comfort is where we both would like to be though.
Let me ask you this. Assuming we get. 20% improvement, it feels 20% better. What’s gonna be different for you as you’ve done that 50% improvement, 75% improvement. Looking for those places of incremental change. So I’m always going to pre-qualify this question by saying of course. In some form eradicating this issue is our ultimate goal.
However, what are some of those things you want to be noticing as early as next week, as early as the next few days, that’s gonna give you the feedback that this is absolutely working for you. And from there, I’m gonna start to pick up some of the things that really need to be addressed here. So whether it’s, yeah, I’ll fall asleep more.
Oh, I’ll have gone to the gym and gone through just the routine of using the elliptical and doing some, you know, light work with some free weights. Oh, I’ll have gone to the mall and actually enjoyed the experience of going to dinner and seeing a movie with my spouse. So these little nuanced, we’re getting more of the action steps.
We’re getting more of the things that they want to be doing, letting the process focus more and more on what they want rather than what they don’t want. The other twist inside of this is that I’m gonna go for even greater instant gratification in places that’s appropriate. Okay, so that’s for the next time we’re here.
What about as early as this evening? You’re back in your home, you’re back in your own environments. What are some of those things you want to be doing differently and feeling differently as early as today? They’re gonna give you that feedback that, Wow, this is absolutely working for you. And it’s where inside of my process, Those of you that have trained with me directly, those of you that are inside of hypnotic workers, again, check that out.
Hypnotic workers.com, there’s an aspect of hyper suggestibility that really is one of the main themes of how I work with my clients. Hyper suggestibility can be best explained by saying. By doing hypnotic change work immediately following hypnotic phenomenon, the foot is massively in the door. So as early as the first appointment, I’ve got you in sort of some sort of profound hypnotic phenomenon.
Your eyes are open, you’re looking at your arm, and that thing isn’t bending. To which I lean in and I smile, and my mindset is this. It’s you and I watching this movie together. It’s you and I enjoying this experience together. I make direct eye contact with you and I say, Hey, this is working really well, isn’t it?
And they smile and they laugh and go, Yeah, this is interesting. Good. Close your eyes. You’re doing fantastic. As I tap on the hand, it just relaxes down. So there’s gonna be a shared moment of hypnotic phenomenon and it’s at that point, some of the language, some of the places where I’ll, I’ll use this formula, would be that the part of your mind that could accept the suggestion of the eyelids wouldn’t open the part of your mind.
Even with your eyes open, that same arm you’ve carried around your full life wouldn’t bend is the same part of your mind that the very moment you walk out that door as you feel, I’m gonna go for some sort of kinesthetic here. As you feel the temperature of the air on your body and I’m snapping in a distance well away from their ear to accented, I’m not snapping loudly next to them because that’s annoying and I’m not a jerk.
I’m snapping at a distance. Well fall away to, to bring in immediacy. So the very moment you feel the temperature of the air on your body, you immediately begin to, and my formula here is just ego strengthening action result. And again, go back to I believe, uh, session number four was the all positive ego strengthening.
This is where I’m gonna fold in the tenants of their instant gratification. So as soon as you walk out that door, as you feel the temperature of you, as you feel the temperature of the air in your body, you immediately begin to find yourself. Now as there you are looking forward to going to that pub, you find this greater sense of confidence that just because others are smoking, you don’t have to.
You find that moment that as you’re looking at those websites, immediately a sense of excitement begin to washes over. And I’m bringing in a sense of immediacy and linking it to these ego strengthening hypnotic suggestions. Thank you, Dr. Hartland. Uh, folding that all in, in that moment. Now granted this theme is gonna work its way, wherever appropriate in transitional moments, but there’s just one example of how to fold this in.
So let’s now say the session is wrapping up. I’m gonna use some sort of one to five emergence in the first session because. It allows a gradual health giving suggestion in the style of Dave Elman, but really by doing a one to five emergence, it gives me five specific points to fold in hypnotic suggestion and inside of it.
Three as there you are as early as today. Eating right, drinking right, moving right. As you mentioned there you are now at that grocery store, spending the bulk of your time buying the things that you know are appropriate for your health. And this did not come from a hypnotic ScriptBook. No, this came from my client.
What do you have planned the rest of the day? Well, I need to hit the grocery store game on. We’re going there in the session and in my wrapping up, in my closing remarks, in my emergence pattern, I’m gonna fold in the tenants of the instant gratification formula that they’ve now fed me. And then as the session wraps up, great.
Um, you did fantastic. Here’s how well you did. So keep track of how well things go between now and the next time you’re here. So when you notice that moment where fill in the blank of the feedback that they’ve given you, you know, keep track of that. Let me know how well things have gone. And in a previous podcast session, I don’t have the number handy.
But on the top left of the Work Smart Hypnosis website, there is a search function that lets you search through all the podcast archives. This is number 127. There’s a whole bunch of stuff here, but look for the post hypnotic strategies one, uh, because there’s a whole earlier iteration of this strategy that now has refined into what I’m sharing with you here.
But again, basically, what am I doing? I am folding in the feedback that they’ll be giving me right away. That really gives the feedback of how well it’s going. Let me give you one extra strategy here that, uh, there’s sort of a streamlined version of a six step reframe that I do that kind of combines the new behavior generator.
So I’ve kind of. Uh, blended and merged to classic NLP strategies into what I’ve just nicknamed, uh, the new behavior programmer, uh, that I teach inside of hypnotic workers [email protected], where similar to a six step reframe. You know, allow yourself to generate three alternatives, three new behaviors, and go into your future and run these patterns.
And as they’re validated by the mind, let the finger raise the classic six step reframe. Though of these three strategies, If there’s one that’s appropriate to be making use of as early as today, let that finger raise good as I tap on the hand. Go there now. There you are. Just a few hours from now, if not sooner, be there inside of that new action trying it on inside of your own body.
See it through your own eyes. Feel it in your own skin. Hear the sounds are on your in your own ears. That sounded right, be there in that moment, uh, getting that instant gratification that, wow, this is absolutely working. So yes, our process should always be focused on permanent change. Our process should always be geared towards that term.
However, in my honest opinion, we can go there even faster by getting the foot in the door immediately, and this is a strategy that I solve with this instant gratification formula.
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