Can You Hypnotize in Print?

Written by Dorian Greer

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Can You Hypnotize in Print?

A long time ago I signed up for a newsletter and gotrepparttar shock of my life. I was delivered a form of wide awake hypnosis called "pattern interruption". And it was all performed in print.

Here's a free download on "pattern interruption" that'll blow your mind, and vastly improve your understanding of why it works as a covert hypnotic inducer.

Fromrepparttar 126102 uneventful press of a "click here" forrepparttar 126103 newsletter, torepparttar 126104 annoyance of having to "get up and getrepparttar 126105 credit card" (not forrepparttar 126106 newsletter mind you but for a product being offered byrepparttar 126107 newsletter publisher), I was virtually on automatic pilot!

Can you really realizerepparttar 126108 importance of this? I was wide awake! And...

Wouldn't you know it? The publisher is one of today's top Internet copy writers for advertising andrepparttar 126109 owner of a company based entirely on hypnotic writing. Byrepparttar 126110 way, I did buyrepparttar 126111 material. And it was extremely educational. I'm still learning; but boy do YOU have a lot of catching up to do!

Believe me; when you have discoveredrepparttar 126112 secrets of conversational hypnosis that I'm going to show you, (a subset of Neuro-linguistic Programming), you will have personally advanced onto a higher level of this playing field called influence.

Andrepparttar 126113 new view you'll find up here is so much clearer. You'll see.

Resources: Learn more about Conversational Hypnosis

Learn about Hypnotic Advertising

Copyright 2004 Dorian Greer, Metatropolis

Developing the Courage to Be Imperfect

Written by Etienne A. Gibbs, MSW, Management Consultant and Trainer

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We need to be encouraged to stay onrepparttar path of perfection. The motivation does not come naturally.

We also need to focus on abilities, not on our inabilities.

The self-evaluation that comes with trying to be better than others brings with itrepparttar 126101 fear of making mistakes.

Anticipatingrepparttar 126102 dangers of making mistakes makes us error-prone.

Too many relationships are mistake-centered.

Too many relationships are based on fault-finding.

Realize your limits and don't try to correct or change too many things at once.

Develop your personal strengths and worth.

Completerepparttar 126103 circle: Mutual respect begins by valuing yourself.

Pursue your ambitions, but avoid giving or receiving fierce competition, discouragement, unrealistically high standards, and overambitious.

Set your course while remembering that you're a normal, average, imperfect human being.

Remember: When you maximize your potential, everyone wins. When you don't, we all lose.

MMIV, Etienne A. Gibbs, MSW

Etienne A. Gibbs, MSW, Management Consultant and Trainer, conducts seminars, lectures, and writes articles on his theme: "... helping you maximize your potential." He may be reached at; at; at, or at 502-386-1175.

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