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5 Steps to Conquering Fear – Lessons From My Dog

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There is a hyper-delicate balance between rational and irrational fear. This is easily explained by example: there is the well-founded fear of standing-in-the-middle-of-a-field-with-an-umbrella-in-a-thunderstorm fear. On the flip side there is the fear that the cockroach skittering on the floor will … Continue reading

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Olympic Medal Achieved With Sports Hypnosis: Banish Fear And Doubt, And Achieve Your Dreams Too

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I first became involved with self hypnosis as a young sprinter around the age of 20. I dreamed of being an Olympic champion, but I was faced with a major challenge. A psychological barrier, my first real obstacle, stood in … Continue reading

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Sports Hypnosis – How It Can Give You the Mental Toughness You Need for Sports

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When you see your favorite athlete sink the winning 3-pointer, score a last-second touchdown, or slap in the winning goal, you’re watching more than just physical ability at work. You’re also watching mental toughness. Did you know that successful athletes … Continue reading

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Immunity to Change – Why Is Personal Change So Difficult?

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The inherent assumption in most training and work-related attempts at encouraging personal change is that it is skills based, in other words people can be taught to change. They can be taught, but generally they won’t change. They can’t change … Continue reading

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