My intuition says that you became a hypnotherapist because you have a burning desire to help others in their struggles with life or to guide them to become more aware of themselves and connected to their passions.
That is the true joy and richest return in being in this business. We get to watch people transition from being lost and confused, in pain or in addiction; and to witness them becoming whole, healthy and happy!
We get to go to bed at night knowing that we had a part in the success and well-being of our clients. We have done our part in making this a better world.
The feeling is so gratifying!
Yet, just getting your certification isn’t going to bring crowds of people to your door. People have to learn about you, feel a connection, and see the value in what you have to offer. That is the background work that is taking place behind the scenes—and is required in order to be of service to the multitudes.
Marketing, organizing, legalities…yes—all a part of your career as a hypnotherapist and past life specialist. Oh yes—and making an abundant living while doing what you love!
And this is where I can help you take the leap!
There are so many advantages to being self-employed—freedom to choose your hours and your rates, liberty to build it according to your own vision and passions, business deductions, flexibility, job security. Those are the glamorous aspects. The rest of the story is diligence, vision, productiveness, self-confidence, and knowing the ropes.
I know because I have been self-employed for several decades in several different businesses – Spanish translation services, gemstone trades, a metaphysical bookstore, psychic fairs, retreats & adventures, book & product development and sales, and, of course, my hypnotherapy practice and trainings.
I’ve been around the block!
I gained visibility, figured out the systems, and achieved a thriving practice with abundant income.
I’ll be honest. For most of the years, as I was building my hypnotherapy practice, I tried to do it on my own. I wore all the hats and slowly figured out, step by step, what it would take to build my business. I did OK for the most part, but I wasted a LOT of money and a LOT of time trying to reinvent the wheel, motivate myself, and figure out the next steps.