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“Exactly what I needed. I am more assured then I have ever been in my life.” Sam, B Edmonton, AB 

Sam is a single 49-year-old highly skilled tradesman. He has worked full time for the same local company since completing his journeyman certification. He does well for himself financially, has great respect for the man who apprenticed him, and enjoys the work he does.

Sam’s dream since childhood has been to be self-employed. He has an entrepreneurial spirit and has always wanted to open his own shop, hire others, and train apprentices.

On many occasions, he has cautiously explored the idea of building a business but has always allowed his progress to be halted.  One of the major challenges that Sam has faced is a lack of support from his family and friends (mostly tradesman).

Sam has allowed this lack of support to make him question his ability to build his dream. Almost every interaction he had with family members and friends resulted in a loss of confidence and increased his anxiety about his ability to create a viable business.

Concerns about the economy, fears regarding the realities of start-up requirements and a need to stay within what was acceptable by his social circle stalled his progress. In short, Sam’s primary support network views business owners as either thrill seekers unconcerned about financial risk or greedy manipulators out to take advantage of the little guy. Everyone Sam cared about disapproved of his ambitions.

On one hand Sam had a range of conflicting values and beliefs around the idea of entrepreneurship. On the other hand, he was resolute in his desire to eventually own a business and literally felt physically sick about giving up his dream. He was struggling with how these parts could be resolved.

Sam was ready to become the CEO of his life and recognized that doing so would require a range of updated beliefs, new thought, feeling and behavior patterns. He was tired of being vulnerable to the messaging he was receiving from others.

He realized that becoming an entrepreneur would require new ways to manage doubts and fears. Creating and maintaining an entrepreneurial mindset that could withstand external messaging was needed if he was ever to realize his dreams. He was extremely clear that not realizing his dream would result in what he termed a “deathbed regret.”

Sam needed to reconnect with his potential, build his belief in himself and his abilities.  Doing so meant he needed to be more selective in the data he was receiving from others, learn what he could control, and learn to become more selective in what he would allow his subconscious mind to absorb.

This took some time, practice with field assignments, a number of office sessions, recordings and telephone consultation follow up appointments.  Sam literally retrained his mind to accept new choices, and support his subconscious mind in a systematic way. Sam understood that these skills would be an important platform for further progress. Today, Sam is confident about growing his small but thriving business, has several contracts with larger companies and is about to take on his third apprentice.

The majority of individuals who access services a clinical hypnotherapy and executive coaching services at Hypnosis for Life have, at one time or another made good use of: 1) traditional clinical psychology services  2) medication  3) community counselling, 12 step programs and/or treatment centers 4) self-help These options provide initial needed relief, however, relapse is common. However, challenges tend to re-occur until the subconscious mind has fully accepted and absorbed new paths of least resistance.

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