“I wanted to tell you I did another presentation today. Kickass. Did not fall apart. There were 40 people. Didn’t get nervous, nothing. Just wonderful.”
– Ken Emory, Newton
Fear of Public Speaking
“My stage fright has diminished to almost nothing. I have a better experience on stage and make a bigger impact on the audience.”
– Luke T., Concord
“My challenges with public speaking went from uncontrollable anxiety to manageable anticipatory jitters.”
– Edward Young, Weston
How I help my clients resolve their fear of public speaking –
Logically you know you’re safe. You know the audience isn’t going to hurt you — it’s not the end of the world if your presentation isn’t perfect. Maybe you’ve even taken a public speaking class to try to build your confidence. Consciously…rationally…intellectually… you’re safe. You should feel fine. But you don’t. There’s a part of your mind that sends a very powerful signal of fear. Your heart races. Your stomach clenches. You’re terrified.
To use fear of public speaking hypnosis to work directly with the part of your mind that’s sending that fear signal. So you have the chance to bring help directly to that subconscious/emotional part of your mind – the part that doesn’t care about all those reasons why you should feel fine. So you have the chance to genuinely SOLVE the fear of public speaking problem where it’s happening rather than just talking about it or learning techniques to manage it.
I charge a flat fee because I find –
– Clients get better results when they commit up front to spend the money/time it takes to solve their problem (results aren’t as good when people dabble and “try hypnosis”).
– Clients get better results when they’re not worried about how much time they’re taking.
– Clients get better results when they’re mid-process and they’re not worried about how much more it might cost them to get to the point where they’re successful.
So here, clients pay one flat fee to resolve their fear of public speaking. It’s one price, regardless of how many sessions it takes to solve the problem completely. ‘Solved’ as both defined by and judged by the client. Fees vary depending on the situation and the severity of the problem. Ideally the value the client places on the solution matches or exceeds the fee.
It’s also guaranteed if a client has a problem down the road. “Relapses” are rare, but if they ever happen – whether it’s three weeks, three months or three years later – they’re 100% covered. The client is back here in the office and we resolve whatever we may have missed.