Like everyone on this planet of ours I have my ups and downs. I tend to share these struggles (and successes) with my clients, rather than come from some Olympian height. If I have overcome some issue, maybe I can help you overcome yours. And that includes starting and building a successful hypnotic coaching practice. Here is a little about my background:
What is most important for you to know about me as your National Guild of Hypnotists’ Certification Instructor is:
a) I have hypnotized close to 7,000 people in my 18 year professional career.
b) Over 85% of my clients say they have recommended me to at least one friend.
J) I co-authored a book which I use as a text in the course. The Hypnotic Coach: Combine hypnosis and personal coaching to create a life you love.
c) I know how to make hypnosis into a business and am happy to share with you information that has cost me thousands and thousands of dollars and more hours than I care to remember. I believe in the philosophy “givers gain” and am comfortable giving you information others might hold close to the chest. In marketing I will tell you what worked for me and what didn’t.
d) Hypnosis and consciousness are my profession but also my passion. I am always learning and will encourage you to as well.
e) I consider hypnotism a calling not a job. Yes we get paid for what we do (and paid reasonably well) that is obviously important. But I don’t primarily do this work for the paycheck, nice as that is to have.
f) Unlike many NGH Certified instructors, I have a teaching background. Freshman English as a Teaching Assistant and more recently Adjunct Lecturer at University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth.
g) I also have a business background. I was formerly CEO and Chief Creative Officer of a local Rhode Island advertising agency and was once a “Mad Man” (Duncan Hines Cakes, Crisco Shortening and Jeep Vehicles). You can trust me to give you practical advice about how to make this really work for you.
h) I am familiar with 12-step programs and how people recover from addictions and also a former Self-Expression and Leadership Coach with Landmark Education.
i) Mensa Member for whatever that is worth.
So, maybe not the whole story of my life, but hopefully enough to give you an idea of why you should choose my class. Please keep in mind my classes are small so I can give each student individual attention. If you are interested, you know what to do. Call 401-374-1890 or click below.
A little more about me for those Rhode Islanders old enough to remember
Rhode Island as “The Biggest Little State in the Union”
or who have seen the recent Benny’s remake of the 1980s campaign: