Hypnosis for Motivation

Hypnosis is a secret weapon of many successful and wealthy people.  What you may not know is that the celebrities you see on your computer, television or in the movies are using hypnosis for motivation and success.

“It’s remarkable just how many celebrities use hypnosis—how many CEOs and heads of production companies” ~ Dr. Steve G. Jones

Motivational Hypnotherapy is natural

All hypnosis has a strong motivation aspect.  People seek out a hypnotherapist because they want to experience a certain part of their life differently.  Hypnosis gives you the resources that are already available in your brain to do this.

Motivational hypnosis helps to program you to feel excited about the process of creating success in any area of your life or even your business.

I will help you tap into the power of your subconscious thinking to correct your motivational attitude.  This then helps to keep you motivated and excited about working towards your success.

When you utilize hypnosis to reestablish your natural excitement about success, you will find that you naturally move towards happiness.  Happiness motivates you to do the work that you need to create the success you want. You won't have to force yourself to do anything.  You will naturally want to do something.

Motivational hypnosis improves love, money, business, health, school, weight loss, bad habits, cleanliness, procrastination, and even daily routine aspects of life.

Importance of Motivation

Always trying to catch up or keep up with some external event wears on you after awhile. It can keep you from feeling like you are in control of your life.  It also makes having happiness in all areas of your life more difficult.

If you would like to:

  • feel in control of your life.

  • increase your success in any area

  • be more motivated and have a sense of accomplishment

  • let go of what doesn't serve you

  • start living life the way you want

What doesn't work with motivating yourself?

Yelling at yourself.  Belittling yourself or telling yourself to stop being lazy and do something, won't motivate you. Your brain is like a child.  Order it to do something and it will rebel!

Instead, talk to yourself with kindness.  This is something most people have a hard time doing.  Find something in the task that needs done that you would enjoy doing.  One thing accomplished makes you feel better and ready to tackle the next task.

Overwhelm and lists.  Think of a sink full of really dirty dishes.  That is enough to overwhelm someone.  For people that are easily overwhelmed, making lists of all the things that need to be done can have a similar un-motivating effect. There is an old saying, "How do you eat an elephant?"  The answer:  One bite at a time.

In the dirty dish analogy, tell yourself that you will only need to wash the plates. Once you wash the plates, move on to only washing the glasses.  From there, wash silverware.  You are taking a large project and breaking it down into smaller, more manageable steps.

Living to please another person.  As much as you want people around you to be happy, you also have to be living - and enjoying - your life.  Many people choose a career because that's what their parents or someone they respected said they should do.  While it sounded good at the time, it didn't inherently come from within.  That would make motivation hard.

I work with my clients by focusing on maximizing their effectiveness in life. Everyone wants to feel competent and effective, not overwhelmed or unappreciated. 

Schedule your free 30-minute consultation. This can be done over the phone or in my office.