New Year’s resolutions are made with good intentions but rarely pass the first month of many. Diet fads, exercise, bad habits, and new goals usually do not meet the end they were intended. Individuals need to understand that resolutions are to be made in moderation. Goals should be reachable and set within time frames where small gains or alterations in behavior are gradual to avoid disappointment or let down.
It does take a strong mind to remain true to any commitment. Life Coaches can help one stay committed but it also takes the inner will. One possible way to stay focused is through hypnotherapy.
The article, “How To Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions With Hypnotherapy” by Natalie Roberts looks at how Hypnotherapy can help one stay stronger to reach the goals made on January 1st. She states,
“To learn more about why such a large portion of the population so easily throw out their resolutions so soon after the start of the new year, we sat down with Harvard MBA and Hong Kong-based hypnotherapist Christine Deschemin and asked her why resolutions are commonly left to the wayside, and how the practice of hypnotherapy and self-hypnosis can help more people stick to their resolutions and goals all year long.”
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Please also review both AIHCP’s Life Coaching Program as well as AIHCP’s Clinical Hypnotherapy Program and see if they match your academic and professional goals. The programs are online and independent study and open to qualified professionals seeking four year certifications in Life Coaching or Hypnotherapy