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Avoiding Pitfalls: How An Ericksonian Technique Keeps You From Going Down The Rabbit-Hole

shredderHypnotherapists, NLPers and therapists: How do you work more quickly and effectively with your clients? When a client calls with a particular issue, do you wonder if there’s a good script for it? If so, you really need this article.

Avoiding Pitfalls: How An Ericksonian Technique Keeps You From Going Down The Rabbit-Hole

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More Tips To Hypnotize Easily

DetourThere’s a piece of language, an attitude, a way of thinking that can make hypnotizing people a lot easier. You can also use it to help yourself and you can use it when you’re hypnotizing people or doing NLP techniques with them. It also speaks to the heart of what makes hypnosis so effective. What is it?

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More Tips To Hypnotize Easily

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The Mind Works In (Sort Of) Mysterious Ways

Elevator_ButtonsHow do solutions to our problems seem to spontaneously pop into our minds? Can we make that happen? The answer is yes and you’ll find four powerful tips for making it happen for yourself and/or your clients. Plus, what do elevators have to do with songwriting? What does love have to do with the Russian alphabet? And when can looking at something backwards help?

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The Mind Works In (Sort Of) Mysterious Ways

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Turning “Weaknesses” Into Strengths

Weakness As StrengthHow do we turn “weaknesses” into strengths? What is the secret question that helps us do that? How does the inability to accomplish something help us? How did a voice of doubt help one client overcome anger and how could the same process help you or your clients? What is reframing and why is it so important?

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Confusion: Its Uses In Teaching,Therapy & Problem Solving

ConsuionHave you ever been in a group of people and someone from a ways away waved at you? Maybe you weren’t sure if they were waving at you or someone behind you but you didn’t recognize them. And as they came closer, you weren’t sure how to react. “Should I put on my, ‘Good to see you’ face or should I look like I don’t know them,” you might think. You’re confused.

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Confusion: Its Uses In Teaching ,Therapy & Problem Solving

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