Throughout your career as a hypnotherapist you'll find yourself presented with the challenge of growing your business. You may have recently started out and want to start seeing clients outside of your circle of friends, you might be ready to make the leap, quit your day job and take up hypnotherapy full time.
Starting a hypnotherapy practice might seem like a daunting prospect. You’ve decided to take your desire to help people with their issues and problems and make a business of it, and up until now you’ve worked with people you know, friends and friends of friends, family, co-workers and so on.
Every hypnotherapy practice is different, and when it comes to making yours a success, you need to carefully consider and decide on what those success criteria are going to be. Only by deciding ahead of time what you want to get out of running your own practice, will you be able to plan for, and achieve that goal.
Exams are a big part of life. The culmination of months of hard work, and years of education, they represent a huge investment of time. And with the results often being felt to determine the course of the rest of their lives, the consequence of failing can be a huge weight on the shoulders of the pupils and students undertaking them.
It's Sunday evening. The pangs of anxiety kicked in shortly after your Sunday roast, your mouth is starting to go dry, and you can feel the beginnings of that headache that normally keeps you awake until Monday morning. If these symptoms sound familiar, you may be suffering from work-related stress.
This is the first blog in a series that’s aimed at helping you turn your enthusiasm for hypnotherapy into a successful and thriving business. You have probably become a hypnotherapist because you’ve experienced the transformative power of hypnotherapy yourself, and now want other people to benefit too.