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Monday, June 30 2014
Skip the Yips and Improve Your Golf Game

Many golfers that have come to me for help improving their game have a similar issue: they can’t shut off their mind at the crucial time to swing.  Regardless of how skillful you are, to play at your highest level you must have confidence.  The key to playing your best golf is to combine physical skill with the feeling of confidence that comes from the inner workings of your mind.  Because of the nature of the mind, every thought creates a physical response in the body.  Try it yourself.  Think about a time in the past that you were scolded or caught doing something wrong.  Notice how that thought makes you feel. The old feeling may come right back to you even though it is not happening now. Now, think about something you did that gave you a special recognition for an accomplishment and notice how that feels.  Although they are just thoughts, feelings immediately occur.  The thought is conscious and the feelings are from unconscious mind.  This unwanted feeling and negative thoughts are often called the Yips. This must be what Yogi Berra meant when he said, “90% of the game is 50% mental. “  These thoughts are called “self-talk.” Practice positive thinking.   Monitoring and changing your self-talk is the first step in improving your golf game.

The second step is to completely eliminate 4 words from your self-talk:

#1 Try: When you tell yourself you are going to try something, your unconscious mind knows you have already decided to fail. Otherwise, you wouldn’t be trying, you’d be doing! For example you may tell yourself, “Try to keep your head down.”  Nike says it best, “Just do it!  “

#2  Don’t: You should never say “don’t” during any of your shots. The unconscious mind cannot process that command and only registers the part you are trying to stop. “Don't bend your elbow” is heard as, “bend your elbow.”

#3  Hope: Hope means that you don’t believe it will happen but you “wish” it will.  How would you like it if your babysitter said, “ I hope the kids will be ok when you leave.” Does that inspire confidence? Change hope to faith that “ Instead of, I hope I putt well,” “I putt well!”

#4  If: How many times have you told yourself that if this, then that?  “If” is a word that sets you up for failure. It puts the conditions of your success dependent on some event.  “If I can relax and shut off my mind, I can hit well.”  Again, just do it!

Practice, is the best way to acquire skill but many of my clients report that they do better during practice than in a competition.  Remember, a competition is really just practice for the next competition.  They are all practice!

I’ve read that the average person has over 50,000 thoughts a day and that 60% of them are negative. Because of the strong mind-body connection your thoughts definitely affect your performance. Tiger Woods did not forget how to play golf when his game tanked a few years ago, he lost control over his thoughts. Hypnosis is the fastest, most effective way to control those unwanted thoughts and create the positive thoughts and habits you desire.

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Wednesday, June 11 2014
Create a Positive Self-Esteem
Raise Your Self-Esteem Using Hypnosis and EFT     
 
Self-esteem answers the question, "How do I feel about who I am?"  
Are you having a difficult time accomplishing your goals because you don't feel good enough?
 
6 Tips to Improve Self-Esteem
  • Identify your strengths and positive qualities while realizing that no one is perfect. 
  • Ask yourself, "What would my best friend say about me?"  
  • Make a list of your accomplishments and all the kind things you have done.  Give yourself credit for all of them.
  • Learn to smile at yourself in the mirror, seeing all your best qualities. Fake it till you make it!
  • "Good enough" is a relative term that really has no meaning.  You are never really good enough to stop learning or improving yourself.  You are exactly good enough for today and remind yourself daily that, "every day in every day I am better and better."
  • Never determine your self worth or value by someone else's opinion, they have their own issues and perceptions.  Become your own best friend.
  • Stop comparing yourself to others. There is always someone better looking and smarter than you and there is always someone you are better looking than and smarter than. Therefore its a wash! No need for more comparisons.

Our self-esteem began developing when we were very young. We learned early about our personal value through all our life experiences, the good, the bad, and the ugly.  This formulated the way we see our selves today. It is outdated!

 
Isn't time to eliminate the past negative feelings and move on to a happy, confident, positive future?
 
Do you hear negative voices telling you you aren't good enough?  Is it your voice or a parent's voice or the voice of the bully in school? 
 
Aren't you tired of negative thoughts about yourself?
 
 Learn to reject those negative thoughts. 
 
When you know better, you do better. Stop being a victim of your past.
 
Take control of the only thing you CAN control...You.  If not now when?  
 
 A belief is only a thought that you repeat over and over again. When you learn to eliminate old, outdated thoughts and beliefs, you can change the way you see your self and your self-esteem changes. 
 
Hypnosis is the most effective way to change your mind!
 
 
 
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Tuesday, June 03 2014
Stop Being a Victim of Bullying- Improve Self-Esteem

You Can Stop Being a Bullying Victim

for The Orange Times

Bullies come in all shapes, sizes and genders.  Many people have experienced bullying either as a child or as an adult; experienced it at home, at school or on the job. It seems impossible to see a day go by without some report of a terrible incident involving a bully or a victim of a bully.  I am amazed at the number of adults I see for anxiety whose anxiety began when being bullied either in school or at home.  I would love to hear from you and how you dealt with it, including whether you are still dealing with it. I wonder how many of you are the bully and just don’t realize it because no one has told you.

The anxiety or fear that is created by being bullied is easy to understand. Because of the nature of the unconscious mind, when one experiences fear as a young child, the feelings of fear remain while the initial cause may be consciously forgotten.  This fear evolves into anxiety and grows bigger with each experience of fear regardless of the initial cause. For example, a child may experience a scary encounter with a mean child that later makes them uncomfortable meeting new children. The anticipation of another encounter with a mean child makes them feel anxious. Those who enjoy intimidating others often sense that anxiety, and the cycle begins.

Bullying comes in many different forms and often begins at home.  We know that children who were abused often grow up to be abusers.  We now know that children who were bullied often grow up to be bullies at work or to their own children. 

We also know now that the brain of a bully is different.  An article in the NY Times written by Tara Parker-Pope says that “…In a chilling finding, the researchers found aggressive youths appear to enjoy inflicting pain on others…. When the aggressive youths watched people intentionally inflicting pain on another, the scan showed a response in the part of the brain associated with reward and pleasure.”  This is a chilling discovery that we can all find enlightening.

The million-dollar question is then, how to avoid being the target of a bully.  Bullies are really cowards and rather pathetic human beings, but they have an uncanny way of choosing their victims. Everyone knows that when you stand up to a bully they back down. I have recently worked with several clients aging from 10 to 60 years old who were victims of bulling. Using a variety of techniques from Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) to Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), and hypnosis these clients were able to neutralize the feelings they had about the bullies and replace them with feelings of confidence and empowerment. You can’t control other people but you have 100% control over the way you allow them to affect you and 100% control over the way you respond to them.

Anxiety is always caused by something real that happened a long time ago that you have already survived and is in the past.  The unconscious mind continues to try to protect you using adrenaline when triggered by a situation that possibly represents a threat even though there is no real danger.

Hypnosis is the most effective way to change those negative thoughts that create the negative feelings that seem to attract bullies in every stage of life. Check my website for the next workshop about improving self-esteem and feeling empowered using hypnosis, NLP and EFT. 

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