Professional Help for New Years Resolutions

“Professional Help for New Years Resolutions”

by James Hazlerig

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It’s no secret that most new years resolutions are doomed to a short and difficult life, rarely making it to February. Like tomato seeds planted with the best of intentions, they sprout, fresh and eager, into the new day, but if under-watered, over-watered, denied sunlight, or given no framework to grow on, they wither within a month.

Commitment itself is great, but it’s only the first step. So why do so many resolutions fail? Because it’s easy to decide to make a change, but difficult to maintain the change. And while gardening may be suitable for a hobbyist, change work is a more complex matter.

That’s where a professional can come in. Hypnosis practitioners are trained experts in helping people like you execute and maintain change over time. With the help of a specialist, you can move beyond merely planting the seeds of new years resolutions to reaping the harvest of an all-year success.

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About James Hazlerig

I'm a professional hypnotist and musician living in Bastrop County, Texas

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4 Responses to Professional Help for New Years Resolutions

  1. Mark Barrus January 16, 2013 at 2:51 am #

    James Hazlerig Thanks again.

  2. John McGrail January 16, 2013 at 3:24 am #

    I couldn't agree more. I love helping my clients create change growth and transformation in their lives. It does take committment but also most people need a little help getting their desires heard at the subconscious level, where most of the action of behavior is generated. Hypnotherapy can be very helpful. It's a big part f my Synthesis process.

  3. Suzanne Kellner-Zinck January 16, 2013 at 3:50 am #

    One needs to have a client that is ready to "change now" in order to achieve the desired objectives of the work. Unfortunately, until the client is able to let go of any secondary gains, be willing to walk through the fears to get to the other side, there isn't much we can do to assist anyone. Hypnotism and NLP are meant to be very quick interventions, and they are compared to almost any other modality one could choose to use for transformative work.

    If you are a potential client ask yourself if the outcome you are looking to achieve is more important to you than holding onto the problem that you havee. Only if the answer to that question is "yes" coupled with the willingness to "do whatever it takes" to transform your situations would it be a good idea to move forward.

    If you are a practitioner, make sure that your clients are ready to make the changes necessary before taking them on. If you find as I did with one of my last cases, that the client was sabotaging the success and/or acting in less than respectful manner to you and most assuredly them self, it would be in the best interest of both for you to terminate the work and refer the client to someone else. This sad result just means that it wasn't a good match for whatever the reason. It is our role to do the best we can for both our clients and for ourselves.

  4. Suzanne Kellner-Zinck January 15, 2013 at 7:56 pm #

    I would have to say that it is imperative that we as practitioners make sure that any potential clients are ready to do what ever it takes to receive their objective for having the work done. In addition the client needs to be ready to be done with whatever the issue is “now” given that hypnotism/NLP are meant to be quick interventions. If the client isn’t ready, it best not to take them on.

    If you are a potential client ask yourself if your objectives for having the work done are more important to staying the way you are. Then ask yourself if you are ready to do whatever it takes to get your end results. If you can answer “yes” to both those questions go ahead and have the work done.

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