The more we’re all successful, the more we’re all successful. Get ready to learn my real-world-tested strategies will help you get noticed, acquire clients and build a thriving hypnosis business.
Listen now to my whole HypnoThoughts Live 2018 presentation titled “Pack Your Schedule: The Fully-Booked Hypnotist.” I share how I began my career, started training in hypnosis and how my business, Virginia Hypnosis, transitioned into a fully packed office in just one month. I reveal my foundation and strategy for everything, regardless of where you market your hypnosis services. I talk about relationship building with a human-to-human connection, along with what’s working now.
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“Too many people have incredible skills. Your skills are only good if there is a person actually in the chair doing the work.” – Jason Linett
- My roadmap of how to get things started on your journey to being a fully booked hypnotist.
- How to create a daily hypnosis news and research digest with Google News Alerts.
- Identifying your clients and how to speak to them.
- How to use the uniqueness of your backstory.
- Getting out of the office and talking about what you do, through presentations and networking.
- How to transition from active to passive strategies and the journey of visibility to credibility and profitability.
- How to take/build systems and leverage those systems into other things.
- Why you should be a hypnosis expert and not a vendor.
- How to format your presentation using the value, value, value, pivot technique.
- Building value first and using a double bind.
- Using the pivot to create something and thus becoming a hypnotherapy expert.
- Why if you try to sell to everyone you end up selling nothing.
- How to sell the next step.
- The two things that made the income that I have today.
- Why you should bring your own story and be human.
- How to hypnotize with conviction.
- Curate content to become a peer.
- How I get in front of the right people.
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