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All too often we hear clients make comments like, “I cannot be hypnotized.” Many hypnotists are guilty of pre-profiling their clients based on a set of criteria, whether it be age, ethnicity, occupation, or others. Step into my classroom as I share ways that you can use these filters to impact your client’s results positively by becoming a more flexible practitioner – and position yourself better in your business.

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Here are the show notes for this session:

  • What makes a good hypnosis client?
    • Profiling clients and analytical resistance
  • Be your own best spokesperson.
  • Project rapport as if it has already been established to help break down barriers.
  • Client’s willingness to “buy-in” to the value of change and being willing to change.
  • Roy Hunter’s B.I.C.E – Belief, Imagination, Credibility, Expectation
  • Environment – Your dream location is someone else’s nightmare
  • Language Barriers
  • How to use occupation, ethnicity, age, geographic considerations, willingness to change, and the ability to consciously buy-in to the value of change as filters to determine the client’s advantages and strengths you can use in the sessions.
  • Your past experiences are the exact experiences you should have to help your clients.

Books:

The Art of Hypnosis: Mastering Basic Techniques