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Persuasion, Values and Rapport

SmoothieIf you are a hypnotherapist or NLP practitioner, your job is to persuade people — unconsciously. Values are a powerful lever in helping people change. They’re also a pathway to deep rapport. What does this all have to do with an “Extreme Green Power Smoothie”? How do you persuade people (including me)? How do you use values to help people stop smoking or change other habits?

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Persuasion, Values and Rapport

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Are You “Unconscious” When Under Anesthesia?

Nurse with anesthesiaThere’s evidence to suggest that people can accept suggestions while under anesthesia. In other words, just because you’re unconscious doesn’t mean you’re not listening. And not only are you listening, but what the people around you say could have a profound impact on your life. And unfortunately, for the most part, medical personal are not trained in this or even aware of the dangers of…

Suggestion Without Protection: Are You “Unconscious” When Under Anesthesia?

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Ericksonian Exercise II: Solution In Unconscious

solutionOvercoming A Negative Mindset

One challenge of helping people with hypnosis is that they often come to us as a last resort.
That means they may have tried an failed already with multiple other strategies —
and as a result of those failures have a mindset that change will be hard.

How do you overcome that?
What’s a simple two-step process for creating a frame that’s more useful for change?

Find out in… Ericksonian Exercise II: Solution In Unconscious

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