• 25th February 2019

    Confident Public Speaking

    Creating a strong sense of confidence and a high level of self-esteem, is one of the most important and beneficial steps towards your happiness and a better life. Your confidence can show in many ways: Your behaviour, your body language, how you speak, what you say and ultimately what you achieve in your life, can be a direct result of your level of confidence and that is why hypnotherapy is so effective in building a foundation of confidence, which enables you to be the person you really wish to be. Hypnosis accesses your inner resources building your self-belief and your inner confidence. Many people with low self-esteem think that they’re not very important and that their views carry no weight. The word ‘esteem’ comes from a Latin word which means ‘to estimate’. So, self-esteem is how you estimate yourself. Your self-esteem is an ever flowing reflection of what you think about yourself on the inside and what you do on the outside. The good news is that with hypnosis confidence and self-esteem really can be learned quickly and you will feel happier and be more productive in every area of your life. Confident people… walk confidently… talk confidently… and carry themselves with confidence. Confident people trust their own abilities, have a sense of control in their lives and really believe in themselves. Self-confident people have qualities that everyone admires and you can achieve that too. Hypnosis for powerful, captivating and confident presentations Your existing mental programming is what drives your fears, nerves and concerns about giving a presentation, “will I be good enough?” “what if I make a mistake?” “I just can’t talk in front of groups.” We have all had the privilege of listening to a great public speaker, maybe a famous actor or maybe a great politician, perhaps it was someone you had just been introduced to in a social situation or a work environment and they just seemed to have that magical ability to talk, not just to talk but to be a ‘master communicator’ with real magnetism, captivated your interest and you just found yourself compelled to listen. And you wanted to be able to create that same magical ability, to be a great public speaker and deliver an outstanding presentation; you wished you knew the ingredients too. Maybe you watched someone giving a great presentation at work or giving a seminar and they just seemed to possess those magical qualities and it just wasn’t what they said, it was there whole presence they radiated confidence and like an atom to a molecule, you were just bonded. And you felt like you wished you could present or maybe you already present and you want to be even better. Think about it, we’re presenting all the time aren’t we? Remember the old saying ‘the whole world’s a stage’. It is impossible not to communicate. You communicate with words and even convey messages without words and your communication speaks volumes. Every movement, every gesture, every word, every tone and inflection in your voice, radiates information. This is enormously useful when you know what you are looking for, where […]

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  • 27th January 2019

    Workplace Stress

    Workplace stress is one of the most significant contributors to workplace absence in the UK generating a cost to the UK economy last year of over £14billion in lost working days.

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