Hypnosis for Public Speaking
You can easily attract clients
As my hypnotherapy class graduated, I couldn’t believe what came out of my mouth.
I was telling my fellow students that I would teach! Who, me??
Let me back up for a minute. When we graduated from hypnotherapy training we asked each other how we planned to build a practice.
Every time I was asked I would say, “I’m going to teach a class.” Then reality would hit. I was afraid to speak to groups. In fact, you, me and one other was a group.
But it was my voice that kept saying it. I even looked behind me to see if someone was there, putting words in my mouth.
I said it so much that I decided that maybe I should listen.
I used self hypnosis to deal with my fears and jumped right in. Sure, I was nervous at first. But I felt more confident with every class that I taught.
Did it build my practice? Absolutely. Students would take my self hypnosis class and then ask, “What else do you teach?” So I would develop another class.
Students asked if I also worked with private clients and booked sessions. Many said, “I wouldn’t have come to you for a private session if I hadn’t taken the class first.”
Bottom line: I was paid to advertise my private practice. Why wait? You can use my field tested material and hit the ground running.
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Here is how you can benefit:
Why reinvent the wheel? This manual will be immediately useful in increasing your income. Whether you are just starting your practice or are looking for new avenues of income, teaching opens doors. It is an easy way to become known in your community and increase your private clientele.
This particular topic works very well in a class setting. The reason is obvious — your students need to connect with each other and have an opportunity to speak to the group as part of their learning experience.
This provides the missing element when working with over-coming fear of public speaking in private sessions. I find that many people begin to open up during the class and move from there to private sessions.
As I was developing this manual I met many people in the community who were extremely interested in attending. Although many (even most!) people fear public speaking, they also recognize that they need those skills to further their personal and professional growth.
From a purely practical standpoint, teaching provides a good income. For example, you can easily charge $175-200/student x 10 students your income for that eight hours is $1,750. I recommend that you limit the size of your class to ten in order to ensure a quality experience for each student. You will be amply rewarded in referrals of new students and private clients. The manual is filled with tips, techniques and information gathered through extensive research as well as through learning to become an effective speaker myself.