Bill Noon Healing Freedom

Sales – Be the best sales person with self-hypnosis

Who is a sales person? We all have a role as a sales person, believe me it’s true.

Whatever we do in life somewhere along the road we have to become a salesperson. Whether we know it or not, like it or not. Whether it’s for financial reward or just to improve our life the art of selling is a part of our existence. Remember your first girlfriend / boyfriend, you had to sell yourself to them whether it was done consciously or not. We go on through life using our in built ability to promote ourselves in a job, a relationship, a family, a sports team to name just a few. Where we need to persuade, coerce or win over others then our selling ability needs to shines through.

Not everyone is good at sales. There are lots of people who are not at all good and this often includes people who have been trained to sell some obviously are better than others. Some will have to work at it, rehearse and polish their performance to a level that looks natural and convincing. Everyone providing a service or doing a job of work has to accept that they have a part to play in ‘selling’ themselves and the benefits of their organisation internally as well as externally.

‘He’s a natural born salesman’ and ‘he could charm the birds out of the trees’  are couple of sayings and descriptions that when examined relate to a person’s ‘natural’ ability to communicate, to talk and ultimately to ‘sell’ themselves to their intended target.

Often the good sales people have an abundance of ‘in built skills’ that they have subconsciously gathered during their formative years. Communication skills in particular give the good sales person an edge.  I’m not just talking about talking, instead I mean listening to the words used,  looking at the facial clues, the body language, eye movement and micro expressions.

When someone is telling you a story, you may have a ‘gut feeling’ that you are perhaps not getting the truth. This instinctive reaction is based on detailed evidence that you have stored in your subconscious during your formative years and your subconscious is now sending you a warning. Facial expressions, body movements and tone of voice are just a few. I know that is a very simplistic explanation yet that is how we evolve and move forward in life. Benefit from discovering some new ways of getting in tune with your customers, colleagues, family and friends.

So could you become a better salesperson using self-hypnosis? Of course it’s possible. Recognise your natural intuitive abilities and harness them in a more effective manner and see your performance improve. Hypnosis and self-hypnosis allow you to find a way to access deep relaxation which better prepares you to handle pressure. The challenge of meeting targets, closing the deal and managing stress in your workplace becomes easier to control.

Hypnosis and Self Hypnosis can make a difference to your life. A good place to start to learn is from a trained Hypnotherapist, open up a new way of enjoying and improving your life. You can drop me an email and start the ball rolling today!

London Olympics 2012 the showcase for top performers

The Olympics – The Olympic Games will be the showcase for sports men and women in 2012. What will be the key to their success?

Great physical ability and talent in a chosen sport will go a long way to ensuring success at the Olympics, couple this with natural and learned skills,  and a top performer will be made. Sometimes in the Olympics the physical aspects of the Olympic athlete, Olympic cyclist, Olympic footballer, Olympic tennis player, Olympic boxer or Olympic marksman to name just a few is not enough to make them an Olympic Gold medal winner. What about their mind fitness; their doubts, fear of the competition, fear of not performing to their normal level on the day how do they beat that?

Being and staying positive is not easy. No matter how well things are going for the Olympic athlete the slightest diversion or unexpected occurrence can derail their focus.This is why many athletes  have a personal coach who is trained either in psychology or mind coaching. The coach might use hypnotherapy as a natural resource to keep the athlete focused or regular meditation to clear the mind of outside distractions. The Olympics will generate its own stresses and distractions in one of the busiest City’s in the world

One aspect of  success at The London Olympics will come from the occasion, visualisation of taking an Olympic Gold Medal or breaking a world and Olympic record often produces performance way above the normal level of achievement. So is it the mind or the focus of the individual at the Olympics, have they trained more rigorously, followed a different diet or is it down to the stars above or position of the moon on the day? The answer is probably a number of these activities combined to make an improvement.  If you improve 5 aspects of your performance by just 1% then combined you have a 5% improvement overall to help you to become a winner at the Olympics 2012.

Keeping a cool head when the heat is on is not easy, imagine staying calm and controlled just as you are about to run in the Olympic 100 mts final and you are up against the worlds best. Do you wonder if you are good enough, fast enough, will you finish last – the winner will not have allowed these thoughts into their mind only positive thoughts, their routine, their techniques and the winning celebration will be allowed. So focus and a positive mind set will be vital tools to have a belief in themselves and their ability will be paramount.

Stress how do I beat it?

Stress  how do I beat it and is it killing me? was a question put to me recently by a long standing friend  who feels he is running a marathon everyday just to stand still. Modern life appears to create greater stresses on us all in one form or another.

We have work and careers, all driven by targets and the threat of the outcome if you fail, the modern day whip! Irrespective of your profession or job the pressure of targets exist, many people have a need to achieve, others a desire to achieve and this is an area that helps to generate good and bad stresses.

Back to my friend who really believes that the stress in his life will eventually kill him, may be not directly, it could be the cause of an illness leading to his demise, who knows. He has worked hard in his job carving a way up the ladder and has in the main enjoyed his work coping with the ups and downs of management and life changes. Now factors outside of his control impinge on his performance, frustration creeps in he is no longer in control and thus stress changes his normally mild, easy going ‘can do’ manner to one of  ‘don’t bother me I’ve got things on my mind’.

Not only do people have their own issues to contemplate, there are the cutbacks to jobs, a longer working life, price rises, inflation and institutions you can no longer trust (dare we mention banks!) that muddy the already cloudy water. Yes there are people out there who take this stuff in their stride and what is stress to them? For every one person able to cope and manage their difficulties there is another who cannot. Maybe they like my friend have now turned a corner into an unknown street full of perceived threats that they have not experienced before, what do they do? What do we do?

Ever felt like that? Ever felt like you don’t want to go to work and stayed in bed? Do you struggle to smile or even laugh? Is every small issue likely to become a major problem? You have to eat something even though you have just had a meal? Drink has become a welcome friend? These are all indicators that stress could be knocking on your personal door.

Don’t think you have to grin and bare it! Some might say “keep your chin up and show some fighting spirit” which is a great attitude and normally imparted by the person who is sitting on top of the world where all of their ducks are in a row and life is a breeze (possibly a banker!).

Professional help is out there for you or at least talk to friend or someone close to you (wife, partner etc).  Getting things out in the open will help you to identify the issues that lead to a stressful existence, talk about how you could overcome some of the issues, one piece at a time and make a plan.  For example if you are going to improve your diet or start a fitness regime, write it down with a start date and put the note somewhere to remind you of your decision and then think about you and identify the great qualities you have!

Good luck

 

Fat, I’m Fat, what do I do? Help starving people

Plenty of people may think to themselves ‘I’m Fat, what do I do?’, not many will admit to friends or family that weight and eating is their problem.

Lets face it being fat has a number of negatives that cause concern not only in a medical, health related way, it also raises personal issues with loved ones and friends, it can damage your career, ouch! it can lead to depression and a miserable existence.

Eating can be seen as the essential function of life, the fuel that keeps the engine going yet here in the west we have too much choice in the way of food and we put a great deal of pressure on the engine by eating too much food.

In the poorer countries of the world there is scarcely enough grain and water to keep people from dying through starvation, just the extreme basics can keep people alive and often that is not available to them. Why is there such an imbalance? I fear that question would never receive a simple one line answer.

The internet has an array of products to buy and read all related to the latest miracle of how to lose weight, how to look good, have a flat tummy in 30 days, etc. etc. the list goes on and on.

I try and help people to overcome their weight issues and I’m sure there are plenty of other people out there doing the same.  I find that while we are all different and different foods effect us in different ways there is always one action or measure that can be successful in weight management – Eat Less, weigh your portions, keep a daily log of your intake, just one week will give you a picture that may surprise you!

Once you have a clear picture of the quantity you eat try and reduce it by say 20% and see what happens, the next week another 20% until you start to lose weight.

One thing we could all do throughout the wealthy west is to miss out just One meal every other day. Calculate how much that meal or fast food fix would have cost and donate the amount to the starving people of our world, just an idea, think what we could achieve?

Lose weight and feed people – would that make you happy?

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