Hypnosis Can Help With New Years Resolutions
40 to 45% of American adults make one or more resolutions each year. “A New Year’s resolution is something that goes in one year and out the other.” ~ Author Unknown
For thousands of years, in many civilizations from the Sumerians to the Romans, people have wanted to start the new year off on the right foot. Symbolically speaking, January 1st is a powerful time to ask important questions about one's life: if one is happy with the direction it's going, if one's health, personal habits, relationships, financial picture, could be improved.
You CAN stick to your New Year’s Resolutions to stop smoking, lose weight, get healthier, stop procrastinating, get out of debt, change habits, obtain more prosperity, reach your goals and more. Whatever your New Year’s Resolution is, hypnosis can help you be successful with it.
Unfortunately people are not successful with their New Years Resolution because they are trying to change a habit, without changing their beliefs and getting to the core issue of why they were behaving that way to begin with. Many people are successful with their New Years Resolutions with willpower alone for only days or weeks, but do not create permanent change. Hypnosis can change that success rate for your New Years Resolution dramatically by reaching the subconscious mind and making permanent positive change in your life.
Among the top new year’s resolutions are resolutions about weight loss, exercise, and stopping to smoke. Also popular are resolutions dealing with better money management / debt reduction.
Top New Year’s Resolutions:
1. Lose Weight
2. Manage debt/save money
3. Get a better job
4. Spend more time with family
5. Quit Smoking
6. Eat right/Get fit
7. Reduce Stress
Let hypnosis help you make your New Year’s Resolutions into permanent positive change.
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