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This is the Work Smart Hypnosis Podcast, Session number 158, Sheila Grainger on local business opportunities. 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. Welcome back.
It’s Jason Lenette here once again, and joining me for the second time on this program is Sheila Grainger. Now, many of you know of Sheila’s work because of virtual gastric band, though the reason I reached out to Sheila to come back to the program once more is to learn more about how. In the efforts of continuing to promote an international brand, writing several books, putting out trainings, still managing to see a lot of clients, there’s some really fascinating under the surface, behind the scenes work that Sheila has been up to in her local business community.
Specifically a book about people in her local business area, as well as actually recently receiving an award, uh, the Exporters award in terms of taking her efforts around the globe. So in this conversation, Sheila and I talk about the themes of managing to fit one more project into the midst of everything else that’s going on.
Time management strategies, productivity strategies, and on top of it all, how to remain sane. While continuing to scale up your business year after year, uh, you can head over to the show notes at Work Smart Hypnosis. To learn more about the online community that Sheila runs or of course, head over to sheila grainger.com for details about her programs.
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Check that out Over at hypnotic business. Dot com. Now with that, let’s jump directly into this action packed content packed session. This is session number 158 Sheila Grainger on local business opportunities.
You know, so first thing of course, thank you for being back on the program here for the second time. Uh, how have you been? Absolutely brilliant, Jason. Thank you. And thank you for having me back on your program again. Absolutely. And being in the good territory of people. Back on for the second time though, actually remembering you’ve been on the program before, so thank you for that.
James, Hazel, Reagan, Richard, non guard. So anyway, uh, in this conversation I wanted to reach out to you, um, as there are several things I’ve been seeing that you’ve been up to, uh, in recent months. The things that I know we may have hit on briefly before and part of the story in terms of becoming that member of the local business community.
So just briefly tell us a little bit more about some of the work that you’ve been doing, which is kind of outside of our hypnosis profession that I’m sure Sure. Is benefiting you within your business. Yeah, I mean, the big thing I learned very early on, Jess, nothing is. And the key to helping encourage clients through the door or people to get to know about you in the beginning is to network, mm-hmm.
um, to become a nun in your local community. Um, so I, you know, regularly stage community events whereby I’m just doing some put back into my local community. I’m not doing it to gain anything from it. I’m not doing any direct selling or even encouraging people to come on the programs. I’m. Getting people to know about me that I actually exist.
And so I, you know, very early on, I, I did a huge amount of networking still due to this day. Um, and, and out of that fell, uh, an opportunity recently, uh, for an award. We have an organization over here called the Federation of Small Businesses, which are also a networking group as well. And, uh, they look after the interests of small business owners across the country.
And I was nominated for an area award, um, and a very unusual point that really an exporter of the year award, uh, which was, which I won the area award a few weeks ago, which, Completely flabbergasted about, to be honest with you. First of all, congratulations. , . I went to the award ceremony. I listened to what the other businesses were doing in my category of the shortlisted ones, and I thought, Oh, how do I stand any chance?
Um, so when they called my name out for the award, I was, uh, completely dumbfounded, really, Uh, for, for once in my life I was, uh, lost the words. Uh, but what was great was that the business community re. The work of, um, hypnosis. So not necessarily, necessarily a win just for me, but I think also for our profession as well.
Yeah. So I’m now going through to the, the national finals in London, um, to, to, for the UK award, um, of export of the Year, and that’s comes about from the exporting myself and services into other countries. Okay. So taking the business from the local to the global aspect is what that award was taking the shape of?
Yes, yes. Yeah. But again, I think part of that has come about because of, um, what I do do on a regular basis, uh, with the business community. In this area. So, um, you know, I get heavily involved in, in, uh, business groups. I’m a big advocate of networking and the group I belong to networking wise was bni Business Networking International, and I’m now a support director for five.
Um, B and I groups in my area. Uh, so really I get the opportunity to build relationships with all those people and, and also find out all the time, you know, what is going on in my local business community? What issues are they facing? Because I always think with hypnotherapy, you know, if you take the word hypnosis away from it, it’s really about how people.
And that means that we can take it into any area. And what tends to happen is naturally out of these networking events, our conversations, you become the person that people then come to and say, Do you think you could help with this? And suddenly this? Yeah. And suddenly discovering markets or needs that typically, you know, we wouldn’t necessarily explore unless we’re actually out there finding out about these things.
Yeah, absolutely. And, and, and I’ll give you an example of. You know, one thing, um, can lead to another. So I always think that it’s great to be part of your local community and then also the clients that you see, um, using that client in a way to get more in your local community and more exposure. So a gentleman that’s recently started working with, and he came to me as a result of hearing about me in the business community, um, and he’s an.
Professional rugby player had just literally come out the game about a year, a year ago because of injury. Um, addicted to tramadol. Uh, which apparently is very common in the rugby profession. And, uh, within the space of two sessions, he’s gone from taking 20 tramadol a day to three. I didn’t want him coming off completely all in one girl cause he would have all the physical withdrawals then as well.
So, you know, I wanted to be, over a period of time this would happen. This ones, this two of these two sessions have now led to, um, he’s introducing me to. Two, uh, professional rugby coaches because he thinks it will be good for their teams. Cuz this guy’s also a, a commentator on the radio of games. Um, so he wants me to do some work with these two rugby teams.
Um, he, uh, works for a corporate business himself, or, um, him and his father have this corporate business. They’re looking at improving the performance of the managers. Um, so he’s now getting me to work in there as well, on the performance of the manager. He also wants to be, um, almost a bit of an ambassador for ex rub professionals, um, and expose this, um, addiction that a lot of ’em have to painkillers and, and help them see that they’re actually using another way forward with this.
Um, and so there’ll be a joint pressure release going out about that. So from. One thing in the networking has led to seeing that guy, which potentially leads to working with two professional rugby teams, , , and a press release. Yeah. Which is thinking so much bigger about where it all comes from, which I love the aspect of.
Clearly people know how much you travel to various, uh, presentations that you give, the trainings that you do, and still to have that footprint and that local business community. What I love about that is that so often if I’m talking to the hypnotist about some of these opportunities, they’d go, Well, you know, I’d love to do that.
I just really don’t have the time for it. Um, yet clearly you are making that time and making. Opportunity happen for you? Mm-hmm. . Yeah. I think it is so important. Yeah. And whatever you say you do, that you, you follow that through. And there’s always a way to make the timing that we all, you know, as you know, we all only have so many minutes in the day, don’t we?
And you know, sometimes I falls that we work very long hours to make sure that we fulfill all those. And we say that as, uh, it’s 10 45, where you are in 5 45 in the morning here, where I am so
you know? Yes, you’ve gotta have that, that commitment. But I think it’s always, it becomes exciting, doesn’t it? When we see another opportunity to think, well perhaps I could do that. Mm-hmm. , you know, perhaps that is a possibility. And the other thing that I’ve done recently is, Um, whole city where I, um, am based, uh, last year was the city at one city of culture status and they have this status for a year.
And so, like a lot of other businesses, I thought, okay, how can I hook into this city of culture thing that’s going on in the local community? So I then started interviewing all the successful people that have come out with City of Hall. So a bit like Jess and you do your interviewing the hyp. Um, and I was in, in interviewing the business leaders.
So, um, through networking, I got personal introductions to all the people I wanted to talk to. So I interviewed business leaders, politicians, sports people, general personalities that the everyday man on the street would know, and I interviewed them about habits, routines, behaviors. What is it that’s made them successful?
How do they think? Mm-hmm. . Uh, this is now being put together in a book that’s due to be, uh, published shortly. Um, and the back of the book is almost going to be the city’s very own self-help guide. You know, what is the average money these people doing that you could easily do in your life and make a difference?
I, but that what that book’s really going to be is me putting something back into the business community. Again, a profile raise, and yet hopefully it’ll change a few people’s lines as. Just by reading the book, which again, it’s that indirect benefit. It’s providing that outcome, providing that value.
Though at the same time, clearly. What, what I love about this is that my first experience ever talking to hypnotist about the networking that I did, which I, I’ve told the story on here before, You’ve heard of it before. I’m sure that my first, uh, you know, month as a full-time hypnotist. , I was able to create that fully packed schedule.
And the way that I did that was that if I was not in my office seeing clients, I was out in the community networking. So I also did b and i I was doing Chamber of Commerce. There’s some less formal groups that I, um, discovered some value to, but I kind of put my attention to the one, the ones that actually had organization.
And that’s what really built things up for me. So the experience, my catch phrase was, I’m gonna become a part of the local business community and by accident that’s gonna bring me a lot of clients. So it wasn’t the game of, um, you know, yes, there was the elevator speech. Yes, there was some strategy inside of it.
Yet the main intention was, I was there dressed professionally, speaking with confidence about what I do. The same way that here’s the accountant talking about their business the same way. Here’s the lawyer talking about their business. So to let that become that through line. But the first time I talked to hypnotist about this, they were going, Oh no, they’re gonna look at you like you’re weird that you’re a hypnotist.
Which first of all, yes they will. And that’s why you excel. Um, you have the most interesting job of anybody in that room. But I love that it’s that positioning that it’s kind of the afterthought that, Oh yeah, by the way, here’s what I do, right? Mm-hmm. . Yeah. Absolutely. Absolutely. And yeah, you quite, you know, and I think networking as well, you know, it is, you’ve got to be in it for the long haul.
You know? It isn’t something whereby. You know, you can turn one at a meeting and just expect that you’re going to get, So it is very much that, what can I give to these group of people? Um, what tools or strategies can I just talk to ’em about that they can just pick up and run with? And they don’t need any sessions with me.
They can just, you know, you just can plant that seed and make a differe. And because those are things that people will remember about you. And so if you know, I, I want it. So in my local community, if anybody thinks about going to see a hypnotist, that, and they’re having a conversation in the pub, perhaps that I am the first person that people think about, which is that benefit of all that positioning that yes, being out there in the community.
You are the clear expert that’s there and no longer. I, I hear this all the time as this person’s doing some sort of coupon offer. This person’s really charging low on something that when we build the business, my phrasing nowadays is to be the expert rather than the vendor. Mm. That you’re there and you’re in this role, and you’re no longer that commodity, that it’s the game of, well, but this person is charging this, so let me go there instead.
Mm. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, price is, is something that I’ve, you know, I, I see it around here all the time around me, where the people are dropping the rates, you know, they’re doing the daily deals and giving her a whole store away at that rock down price. And partly if from purely selfish point of view, just I don’t want to work for that above one.
Yeah. Um, everyone get outta bed for that. Um, but um, you know, also, like you say, if you position yourself right, you know people, the price really becomes immaterial. Right. You know? Um, and you know, the other great thing about interviewing all those people was that it really was a huge networking round for.
Because I got to sit in front of people, um, at, that I wouldn’t normally have been sitting in front of. And funnily enough, they all became very curious about what it is that I do. Mm-hmm. . So, for example, one guy that I interviewed was, um, is a, he was a professional boxer. And I was said to him, You know what is going through your head before you go out into the ring?
And he said, Well, I know I shouldn’t because I’ve read all of the books. Um, but in my head I’m saying, What if I lose? What if I lose, What if I lose ? And he said, So I really need to get some sessions with you. And so out of a lot of the interviews and, and there were some great examples of how our minds work, which, you know, I could then use in talks that I gave.
Um, there was a, there’s a lady who, she’s 92, which is why I need to get the book published very, very quickly. Cause I don’t want to die before. She’s 92 and she’s raised 150,000, uh, UK parents for charity. Mm-hmm. . And what she does, she dresses up in a b costume, called Be Lady. I’m already on board. I love it.
Yeah. She dresses up as a big bumblebee and she stands outside shopping places, rattling a team and just by doing that, so she’s won, wrote, won a Pride, a Britain Award and all sorts of things. When I interviewed she. Do you know the days I’m not collecting? I’m absolutely riddled with arthritis in really, really bad pain.
Um, you know, can leave the house, can’t do stuff for myself. But the moment I put that b costume on, all that pain disappears. Nice. So great example of how we can, uh, switch things on, switch things off in an instance. You know, she becomes that superhero version of herself. But even, you know, sales people, um, everybody I seems to learn from this lady because, you know, how does she raise that amount of money?
She stands outside of shopping center and rattles that in. But what she does is has conversations with people. Yes. Oh, that’s her lovely dress. She, little girls got on today. Um, yeah. And then naturally then just put the money in. And that’s the thing about being part of your business community as well. Is that you are just engaging with people and having conversations with people, and over a period of time those relationships start to build.
And out of those relationships comes the next opportunity, and the next opportunity and the next opportunity. . Well, the benefit there is the theme of we can see more of the same style of what we’re doing that, you know, to keep day in, day out this client after client, which is extremely great. We’re helping people produce change though, to to begin to scale up what we’re doing, to begin to take it to new levels and new opportunities.
Which again, like the story back to the boxer, the story back to the rugby player, that here are opportunities that these are people who normally wouldn’t have thought, Yeah, let me explore this and see where it goes. But instead now here comes that opportunity. Where you’re discovering new markets, new po, new possibilities that are there.
Yeah. And there are, you know, there are so many opportunities for us as hypnotists. Um, going back to, you know, all we’re doing is changing how somebody thinks. So if everything is about how we think, then that can be taken into every single area that we can possibly think about, and the opportunities then become endless.
And I suppose it’s. Open to those opportunities, um, and, you know, actively seeking them as well. Uh, so, you know, when you are working with the clients, um, you know, when I was looking at the, you know, what are the benefits for this rugby guy of giving up his tramadol, you know, what are the, what can the motivators be?
Mm-hmm. , um, what, you know, what bigger motivator than him? Then becoming an ambassador and, and talking openly about. Because, you know, he can then still be, um, almost like a superstar because sometimes when they leave the, uh, professional teams, they’ve lost their identity. They’re not that same person anymore.
So who am I? So there’s a bit of identity loss and you know, if he can become somebody else of great worth, then that’s a huge motivator for him. Plus, you know, on the selfish point of view, if he publicly declares that, He said he won’t want to go back to taking him. We’re like . You know, so there’s benefits always round, really.
So I, I did explore that conversation with him, you know, so I said, How was you feel about being an ambassador for this? Yeah. Which again, it’s, it’s just that connection and I love the aspect of it just so happens that you’re the hypnotist rather than I am the hypnosis person and I’m doing hypnosis in these situations.
Um, so tell me a little bit more about the project involving the book. Yeah. So with the book, um, I’ve been a little bit slow, I have to say. I, I, mm-hmm. seen to, uh, run out of minutes in the day sometimes to get things, to get things written. Um, but yeah, the book, um, the book is gonna be called, uh, or is called Go the Hallway.
Um, and, uh, there’s going to be a series of interviews in there. Um, some of them have to say, have to be edited quite a lot because there’s lots of uns and RS and Yeah. Um, , but you’ve got a lot of editing to. But then, um, at each chapter, what I’ve done for each person, I’ve pulled out, uh, the most significant stem that they’ve made, um, that is connected to how we think.
And then after each chapter, I’m then taking, you know, the golden nuggets. Of what they’ve said and, um, putting that in layman’s terms to how the average mine in the street could do something with that and change their own life. And then the book is summarized at the, at the back. Um, so that should be, um, in print within the next two months.
Excellent. Excellent. So what do you, what direction do you see that going for you? What direction, what outcomes do you want to see of that? Well, in a way, I’m not looking for specific outcomes for it. Again, it’s just my way, I suppose, of giving back into my local community. Mm-hmm. , So the, the book isn’t there.
Um, if it does raise any funds, then I’m looking for a group where maybe I could just donate those funds too. So it’s not a, it’s a, not really a not for profit book, but of course it also becomes naturally quite a big business card. You know, just a few people’s lives in my community are changed or people think about things slightly differently as a result of reading it.
Then really, I think I’ve done. Well, what I love about that is that as we’re around our clients, as we’re involving within our local business community, there are moments that my, my catchphrase of this is that I steal from the best. That there are things that clients have said in the office that I’m there going, That’s really good.
I should do that. There’s a way that someone else in a BNI chapter I’m involved with is talking about their business and realizing, oh, that’s, that’s a different way to address this, that to share these stories. And the catchphrase nowadays that I live by, is that we can, Yes, we can do hypnosis, but we can also do things that are hypnotic and nature.
So I’m sure there’s stories. Is there a specific story that comes to mind of. These interviews, uh, in the book that’s coming up, that kind of help to inspire some projects or mindset with you? Yeah, absolutely. You know, we talked earlier, earlier about, you know, um, only having so many minutes in the day and how do we get through things and how, how do I have time for networking?
If you’ve got all these other things, um, things going on, you know, how, how can you get it all? And I’ve given quite a lot talks recently in my local business community on, um, time management and productivity and weaved mindset into that and how, um, how that impacts our productivity. And there was one particular gentleman within the book, and he’s, um, leader of the city council, um, in Holland.
I went to interview him and I thought, Well, he’s probably quite a busy guy. He has a lot of meetings to go to. You know, his email inbox must be absolutely jammed. You know, how does he remember everything and get through his day? So he assured me he’s, um, a mobile phone. And it’s the old fashioned noia Yes, that all can do is receive texts, admit phone calls,
There is no facility for email, social media or anything. And that is how we get to his day. Mm-hmm. because he doesn’t have, um, any interruptions about anything apart from something that is actually really important. And he said that gives me the time to be out in my community, uh, cuz I only get notified of what really matters.
And I think we can all learn from that, you know, because, you know, we can all be slaves to our phones and our emails and social media and, you know, um, and I always, you know, now think every time I open my email, in effect I’m on somebody else’s agenda. Yes. So it’s having our own agendas and our own goal and our vision, and as much as possible, you know, getting rid of all those distractions.
Well, it’s about compartmentalizing that time too, that, you know, I live by not having my, I use Outlook for my email by not having it open all the time. Uh, having the alerts almost always turned off on my computer that, you know, to turn it on in that moment. Then see the alerts, then respond in that specific time, but then turn it back off once again.
That otherwise we’re getting fold into that productivity and it’s where to recognize in our businesses. We can set that criteria in terms of how things work. This is still in the experimental phase, but I have eliminated voicemail from my life in the last month that my voicemail actually says, um, rather than leave a message, go to this specific website to schedule a specific call back time.
And it’s connected to hardwired, into my hardwired, uh, connected into my, uh, into my calendar system that now I can look today and go, Okay, yeah, here are the four calls that I’m making today. Rather than this back and forth game that used to be there, that at times, yes, it might be providing an extra, uh, let’s put it in hypnotic terms.
Is it providing an extra compliance checkpoint? Yet again, the people who are really committed, the people who are really ready to work with you, not just the curious, uh, and may, let me just maybe check that out. Those are the ones that are willing to go through that. So it’s like what you mentioned earlier that oftentimes if we’re building things in the appropriate way, it’s almost a courtesy that we’re mentioning what the price of the service is.
Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. Absolutely. And it is, you know, um, you thinking about how you can. Take your service and what you do out into a much wider arena. And the only way you can have the time to do that is to put the other processes in place so you are not constantly on your email or, um, playing telephone ping pong with people.
You know, my, I’ve got a virtual office and what they do if somebody rings, um, is they will, uh, say, look at my diary and say, Can you take a call back from, Between this time and this time, and so the person knows when to expect a phone call from me. Um, but that’s in a diary slot. It’s not. So they will be hopefully there to answer the call and if they’re not, well, they’ve lost the slot and the laddering back again.
Yes. . So what direction do you see things moving in the next, uh, couple of years? Well, which noticed how wonderfully vague that question was on purpose . Um, there’s so many different areas and I think, um, if I’m completely honest, I think one of my. Biggest, um, personal business issues is that I actually see too many opportunities and I think, Oh, I’ll go and give that a go as well.
Then I’ll go and give that a go. I’ll go and give that a go because I’m always very keen, um, to keep doing the ground floor work as well. Yes. Um, I think, you know, there’s a lot of. You know, trainers, speakers who will, um, you know, go down the training route, but then almost forget to keep doing the stuff, uh, behind the scenes as well.
And, and the grassroot work. And I think it’s that grassroot work that continues to develop your experiences, your opportunities, your techniques. Um, and so I think that’s so important to, to continue doing that. Um, I’m actually at the moment tendering for some contract. Um, in my area for working with the lower level anxieties.
Um, and for, but for that I’ve got other practitioners I can put in place to do that. Um, should I hopefully win the, win the contract. And it’s also continuing to look at other areas where, um, you know, we can, we can work with hypnosis. So I do a lot of work with sales teams, helping them perform more. And I’m actually at the moment looking to talk to a car manufac.
Where the sales process may be built into their franchise agreement. Outstanding. Plus, of course, continue to go to conferences around the world. Um, you know, the, um, old new and virtual gastric bank program. Um, and, you know, continuing to promote that for practitioners around the world. Um, so yeah, a huge amount in and.
Another girl that I publicly declared a few months ago was I was gonna have seven books in print by the end of this year. I’m not quite sure which nano second of the day that’s going to happen.
Although there’s something to be said about changing up that deadline making things, you know, the, the strategy of never, ever promote something that. Cannot actually deliver, um, yet then gauging the interest based on, well, the interest that you receive back to it. Um, although I share, there’s a book I’ve got coming out in July, um, which is official because, no, I just paid the editor.
Um, yes, maybe 40% of it is written, uh, yet. There’s something about, you know, doing all the groundwork and setting everything in motion to go, No, this absolutely has to happen. And, uh, I’d share the personal strategy, which is that at times going into my calendar and blocking times off. Um, and the benefit of that is that, you know, holding myself accountable that I’m not allowed to change that timeframe.
Yeah. That I can’t look and go, Well, I can schedule this, uh, phone call there, or I can take this client there. Um, but if the time is blocked off as just as sacred as. The time I’m there with my family. It’s just the sacred is the time I’m with a client. But you know when it’s blocked off and yes, it’s color coded in purple, uh, when it’s blocked off, that is the time that that’s all I’m allowed to do.
Yeah, I mean, I’m, I’m the same with, with you with Dutch Jason. You know, it’s, it is compartmentalizing your diary and sometimes when something else comes up, I, I have to, um, you know, you, but I just take out the things. Um, haven’t actually been compartmentalized. Um, but the only thing we can’t get back is our time, is that, you know, and when we publicly declare that we’re going to do something, we, we make the time to do it.
Yes. No matter how tight you are to deadline. And sometimes it’s better creating shorter deadlines, um, because. You always will deliver it. Then however much time we’ve got, we’ll always take all of that time in a little bit more. Absolutely. You know, it’s, it’s, it’s human nature, isn’t it? But if we say, No, this has to be done by then, then we make sure that we get it done by hook or by crook.
No, you’re right. In terms of the smaller goals of at least, okay, first draft will be done by this state, or at least, uh, I’ll have met with this many people in a one to one style meeting and networking by this state of taking those goals and, you know, breaking them down to the smaller components. And now it’s the, Okay, I can actually make this part of it happen.
This is the part that I’m actually responsible for. Mm-hmm. . So of course you’re doing every bit of this all by yourself. Uh, just about, Yeah. Okay.
Um, yeah, No, just about, I do, I mean, I do out. Um, some aspects of the business. Um, and, you know, I have, um, outsource, ba outsource, outsource web services outside social media. Um, so I’m actually really just concentrate on doing the, do myself, right? Um, and everything else as much as possible gets, gets outsourced and, and occasionally, like with the book, when it all gets a little bit too much, nothing.
I need to get away. Um, I’ve found myself a nice book writing retreat. Um, a nice lodge by a lovely leg, lovely view out. And I’ve started taking myself there for a week at a time whereby that is all I’m going to do during that time. Mm-hmm. . And that’s worked really well because sometimes it’s not just the work distractions, is it, you know?
Um, you know, we all, we all have all the demands on our time, be it family. Um, you know, we all have sort of constant interruptions. You know, my, even though I work from home most of the time now, you know, my partner gets very depressed If Amazon out delivering boxes at least four times a day, um, for which, of course the dog goes mad, I have to go down the stairs and he’ll come in from work at.
To and um, he’ll come and sit in in my office and I’m like, What do you want? He said, Well, I just thought I’ll sit here for a while, but I’ll come sit in your office at workshop. See, but . And then it’s three o’clock, you know, the Amazon dot rings, you know that I’ve made a cup of coffee. And I say, Well, we are in tea.
So, you know, we sometimes have to get away. I think as. And find a way, you know, that we’re going to get away from the distractions so we can get stuff done. Cause the more we do that, the more we actually have valuable time with our families and, you know, commit the most of that time as well. Absolutely.
Well, this has been great. Thank you for the, uh, update as well as the inspiration to, again, positively infiltrate the local business community. Become a part of that as well. Of course. Where can, uh, people find out more of you online? Uh, so my website is, uh, sheila green.com and then I also run a hypnosis, uh, success Facebook group, uh, where there’s, I think about a thousand hypnotists around the world now who share the good news stories, uh, work that they’re doing.
So it’s always a good inspirational group. Um, so if you find me on Facebook, Sheila Elaine Granger. Send me a friend request and a message to add you to that HYP Nurse Success group. I’ll gladly do that and be a pleasure talking in the group. Outstanding. Well, great having you on here. Once again, thank you, Jason, and I look forward to seeing you at one of the many conferences coming up in the next few months.
Outstanding up Jason, and this’ll be the year that we, um, um, you know, see each other about six times this year. I think so, yeah.
all. Thank you very Jason, appreciate it.
Jason Lenette here once again, and as always, thank you so much for interacting with this program, sharing it online, leaving your positive feedback online as well. And once again, head over to hyp. Business systems.com. It’s the all access pass to my Hypnosis business training library. Get instant access today for as little as $47.
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