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Just say “No” – and watch your confidence soar

Posted by Nicola Fox on January 09, 2019  /   Posted in Confidence Hints and Tips
Say NO when you need to or want to

It’s OK to say NO

Do you find it difficult to say “No”?

When other people ask you to do things for them that you don’t want to do, do you say “yes” even when you don’t want to?  Do you worry you will seem selfish?

If this is you, this confidence tip might feel a bit counter-intuitive at first – but stick with it and you’ll see what I mean.

To feel confident in yourself, and good about yourself, you need to make sure that what you are doing is right for you.

However, what’s right for you isn’t always what other people want you to do.

But if something is not right for you, it’s NOT selfish to say “No”.

Selfish is a very negative word in the English language, with its connotations of meanness, or being uncaring about others – but it’s important to remember:

Putting yourself at the centre of what you think and do isn’t selfish – it’s common sense.

Here’s an example:

If you are on an aeroplane, and the oxygen masks drop down, the instruction you are given is “Put your own oxygen mask on first”.  It’s not selfish, it’s practical  – it’s so you can help others as well as yourself.

In the same way, you can’t help other people be happy or improve their lives if you are unhappy and/or overwhelmed by their demands.

So the next time someone asks you to do something, stop and think about whether it’s a good idea FOR YOU, and whether you actually want to do it.

If you do, that’s great.

But if not, take a deep breath and say “No”.

The other person may be surprised, but they’ll understand and be OK with it because:

  • perhaps they thought you’d enjoy doing whatever it is – but when they know you won’t they’ll just ask someone else – OR
  • perhaps you saying “No” is inconvenient for them, so it might take a little longer for them to be positive about your reply, but they will accept it – after all, they don’t want to make you unhappy, do they?

And if the worst comes to the worst?  Perhaps there is a small chance they won’t understand and will get annoyed.  However, if that’s the case, do you want to waste time on someone who is only interested in you if you are a slave to their needs, even if it makes you unhappy? I think not.

It might feel odd for you the first couple of times, but the more often you do it, the easier it will become.

AND – You’ll have more time to do the things you want to do and help the people you want to help.

If you need some extra help, hypnotherapy is an effective way of raising your self-esteem and giving you the self-confidence to say “No” (or “Yes”!) to the opportunities that present themselves to you.

Find out how hypnotherapy could help you – click on the “Contact Me” tab at the top of this page and book your 15-minute free telephone consultation.

Remember, you are a unique individual with the right to use your talents and experience in ways that make you happy.

So, when you feel the need, just say “No”.

 

About Nicola Fox Dip. THP (N-SHAP)

I specialise in hypnotherapy and confidence mentoring for professionals who want to achieve their full potential, either 1-2-1 or in a masterclass environment.

For 13 years, I have enabled my clients to become more confident, self-assured and better able to achieve their goals.

I offer 1-2-1- therapy and masterclasses and am a public speaker on confidence and hypnotherapy.

1-2-1 packages are tailored specifically for each client, personalised to provide individual solutions for their issues.

I specialise in hypnotherapy and confidence mentoring for:

  • Anxiety
  • Confidence
  • Fear of public speaking, presentations and interviews
  • Imposter Syndrome
  • Motivation
  • Phobias and fears
  • Procrastination
  • Self-esteem
  • Stress
  • Weight loss & related issues
  • Regaining confidence after a crisis – redundancy, divorce, etc
  • Relaxation

Find out how hypnotherapy can help you.

Arrange your free, confidential 15-minute telephone consultation by going to the Contact Me tab at the top of this page.

I have hypnotherapy practices in:

London:

  • Liverpool Street, EC2 and

East Anglia:

  • Ipswich, Suffolk

Stop Christmas Stress!

Posted by Nicola Fox on December 19, 2018  /   Posted in Confidence Hints and Tips
6 ways to help you feel less stressed this Christmas

6 ways to help you feel less stressed this Christmas

At Christmas, we put so much effort into creating the perfect experience for family and friends, because it’s such a special time of year. But it’s a lot to live up to and sometimes it’s impossible because, when expectations are so high, it can become unrealistic.

Hypnotherapy can help you deal with stress, overcome anxiety and increase your confidence all year round, but here are some do’s and don’ts you can try at home yourself,  They work especially well at Christmas – and throughout the year too:

Do:

– Know your limits:

No-one can do everything, so decide what is essential (not everything is), what would be great to have if you have time, what would be nice but you could do without, and is just unnecessary “stuff”.

– Make a list:

You don’t need to be Wonderwoman or Superman – it’s supposed to be fun, not an endurance test. Once you’ve prioritised what is important to you, list out each item or task, think about how long it will take and give yourself a plan. Use it as a guide – and don’t be afraid to cross things off as you go along if you need to. Focus on the things that are important to you.

– Be positively practical, and practically positive:

Positive thinking is essential, especially if things aren’t turning out how you had expected them to, so concentrate on what you DO want, not what you don’t want. Look at what is possible, ask for help when you need it, delegate jobs to other people – and then let them do it their way.

Don’t:

– Don’t try to be a mind reader:

If you try to second guess what people are thinking or feeling, you’ll drive yourself frantic. Do what you think is best, and let everyone enjoy Christmas in their own way.

– Don’t compare yourself to other people:

Some people have a very lavish Christmas, other people enjoy things in a more low-key way. Both ways, and everything in between, are great. The important thing is for you to enjoy it.

– Don’t worry if things go wrong:

The pressure can be on at Christmas to make everything perfect, like something out of a Hollywood film. But real life isn’t really like that, so if something goes wrong, let it go. You never know, it might be the thing that provides you with a funny story in years to come. You know the sort of thing – “Remember when I cooked the turkey upside down!” At the time it might have felt like a disaster, but when you look back, it just adds humour to the your own personal Christmas history.

But whatever you do, wherever you are, and whatever happens, remember you did your absolute best, and that you deserve to be happy and have a wonderful time.

Happy Christmas!

P.S Remember – Hypnotherapy can help you deal with stress, overcome anxiety and increase your confidence all year round.

Find out how it can help you feel sure of yourself and your own abilities. Go to the Contact Me tab at the top of this page to book your free, confidential 15-minute telephone consultation.

About Nicola Fox Dip. THP (N-SHAP)

I specialise in hypnotherapy and confidence mentoring for professionals who want to achieve their full potential, either 1-2-1 or in a workshop environment.

For 13 years, I have enabled my clients to become more confident, self-assured and better able to achieve their goals. 1-2-1 packages are tailored specifically for each client, personalised to provide individual solutions for their issues.

I offer 1-2-1- therapy and masterclasses and am a public speaker on confidence and hypnotherapy.

I specialise in hypnotherapy and confidence mentoring for:

  • Anxiety
  • Confidence
  • Fear of public speaking, presentations and interviews
  • Imposter Syndrome
  • Motivation
  • Phobias and fears
  • Procrastination
  • Self-esteem
  • Stress
  • Weight loss & related issues
  • Regaining confidence after a crisis – redundancy, divorce, bereavement, etc
  • Relaxation

Find out how hypnotherapy can help you.

Arrange your free, confidential 15-minute telephone consultation by going to the Contact Me tab at the top of this page.

I have hypnotherapy practices in:

London:

Liverpool Street, EC2

East Anglia:

Ipswich, Suffolk

Who’s your critical friend? Stop the negative self-talk and achieve your potential.

Posted by Nicola Fox on November 03, 2018  /   Posted in Confidence Hints and Tips
Is your critical friend someone unexpected?

Is the person most critical of you someone unexpected?

Who is your biggest critic?

Who can say things to you that you would not put up with from anyone else? You might be surprised at the answer, because it might be someone you would never have thought of – and it can really affect your confidence.

It’s not that nasty woman at work, or a man in the pub, or someone in your family – if you lack confidence it’s probably YOU.

You could be your own worst enemy.

Most of us have an “internal monologue”, like a personal narrator that comments and talks us through our day. In confident people it’s the voice that says “well done” when things go well, and “it’ll be OK, you can get through this” when things are tough.

In people who lack confidence, this “personal narrator” is still talking, but in a very different tone. Because in people who have low confidence or self-esteem, this voice is telling them they are stupid or shallow, ugly or unlovable. This narrator blames them for things that go wrong around them and dismisses success.

And the sad news is many people don’t even notice they’re doing it.

But you don’t have to be.

The good news is you can change your personal narrator’s tone whenever and to whatever you want it to be.  Here’s what to do: 

1. Notice the negative thought:

  • How does it sound? Is it in your own voice, or does it sound like someone else
  • What is it saying?

2. Choose a new voice for that negative thought to take away its power:

  • Make it sound ridiculous or silly. You could try making it high pitched or squeaky, very fast or very slow – whatever works for you is great.

3. Make what it is saying positive:

  • Make it say something you do want

4. Choose a positive, supportive voice for this positive thought:

  • Again, whatever voice works for you is great – your own voice, the voice of someone you admire or an invented one.

5. Turn down the volume on the negative “silly” voice:

  • This reduces the impact of the thought even more. Keep reducing it until you can’t hear it at all.

6. At the same time, increase the volume on the positive voice:

  • This increases its importance and understanding for you.

It might take a little practice, but you’ll soon be able to shut that negative narrator down and turn your positive inner voice right up.

Remember this: You have enormous potential. How do I know? Because everyone does.  I’ve been working with people to improve their self-confidence for 13 years, so trust me – I’m your confidence expert!

No-one can be you better than you – so it’s time to become your own best friend.

NB: Our internal monologue is not the same as hearing or seeing things that do not exist (visual or auditory hallucinations or delusions). If you are experiencing hallucinations or delusions, please go to your doctor as soon as possible.

About Nicola Fox Dip. THP (N-SHAP)

I specialise in hypnotherapy and confidence mentoring for professionals who want to achieve their full potential, either 1-2-1 or in a workshop environment.

For 13 years, I have enabled my clients to become more confident, self-assured and better able to achieve their goals. 1-2-1 packages are tailored specifically for each client, personalised to provide individual solutions for their issues.

I offer 1-2-1 therapy and masterclasses and am a public speaker on confidence and hypnotherapy.

I specialise in hypnotherapy and confidence mentoring for:

  • Anxiety
  • Confidence
  • Fear of public speaking, presentations and interviews
  • Imposter Syndrome
  • Motivation
  • Phobias and fears
  • Procrastination
  • Self-esteem
  • Stress
  • Weight loss & related issues
  • Regaining confidence after a crisis – redundancy, divorce, bereavement, etc
  • Relaxation

Find out how hypnotherapy can help you.

Arrange your free, confidential 15-minute telephone consultation by going to the ‘Contact Me’ tab at the top of this page.

I have hypnotherapy practices in:

London:

 Liverpool Street, EC2

East Anglia:

 Ipswich, Suffolk

Priorities & Action – What Do You Need To Do?

Posted by Nicola Fox on October 22, 2018  /   Posted in Confidence Hints and Tips
To paraphrase Jack Canfield - Do it now!

To paraphrase Jack Canfield – Do It Now!

Success and personal fulfilment guru Jack Canfield said:

“Know your priorities and identify the five powerful action steps that you intend to take to move your initiatives forward each day. If you go to a tree with an axe and take five whacks at the tree every day, it doesn’t matter if it’s an oak or a redwood; eventually, the tree has to fall down.”

Focusing on what you want, and deciding on the steps you need to take, allows you to:

  • move forward effectively
  • recognise all your relevant skills
  • identify the areas where you need to learn new skills
  • monitor your progress
  • see how far you’ve come and
  • congratulate yourself on actively taking control of your life and building the future you want.

So lets get started

Do it now.  Set your priorities, identify your five action steps – and take the first one today.

About Nicola Fox Dip. THP (N-SHAP)

I specialise in hypnotherapy and confidence mentoring for professionals who want to achieve their full potential, either 1-2-1 or in a workshop environment.

For 13 years, I have enabled my clients to become more confident, self-assured and better able to achieve their goals. 1-2-1 packages are tailored specifically for each client, personalised to provide individual solutions for their issues.

I offer 1-2-1- therapy and masterclasses and am a public speaker on confidence and hypnotherapy.

I specialise in hypnotherapy and confidence mentoring for:

  • Anxiety
  • Confidence
  • Fear of public speaking, presentations and interviews
  • Imposter Syndrome
  • Motivation
  • Phobias and fears
  • Procrastination
  • Self-esteem
  • Stress
  • Weight loss & related issues
  • Regaining confidence after a crisis – redundancy, divorce, bereavement, etc
  • Relaxation

Find out how hypnotherapy can help you.

Arrange your free, confidential 15-minute telephone consultation by going to the Contact Me tab at the top of this page.

I have hypnotherapy practices in:

London:
 Liverpool Street, EC2

East Anglia:
 Ipswich

Hope, despair or action – make your choice wisely

Posted by Nicola Fox on October 01, 2018  /   Posted in Confidence Hints and Tips
Hope? Despair? Action? What does your confidence need?

Hope? Despair? Action? What does your confidence need?

Very often, people have one of three reactions to a problem:

Hope        –     “Something will change. I’ll wait until it gets better.”
Despair    –     “Nothing will change.  I can’t do anything because it won’t get better.”
Action      –     “I’ve got to do something to change this for the better!”

This statement is so true for people who suffer from a lack of confidence too – and you can probably guess which option I would recommend to solve that.

There is an old saying “If you keep doing the same thing, you’ll keep getting the same result.” Whereas knowing you are doing something to change your situation can actual help you feel less stressed and more confident about your current situation, as well as what you want to do instead.

So, how can you start to take action and take your confidence levels to a new level?

  1. Start with a really good look at yourself – and I mean a GOOD look at yourself.  Avoid picking out anything you perceive as a fault and focus on the things you do well.
  2. Write down all the things you think of – and if you struggle to come up with more than just a few, think about what your friends would say you were good at.  Even better, ask them – they’re your friends for a reason, so there are loads of great things about you do that you don’t even think about (or maybe haven’t even realised are great).
  3. Then read your list back, think about what’s on it.
  4. Now think about this. There was a time when you didn’t know how to do these things, but now you do – and you do them really well.
  5. And that means you can learn to do anything really well – including being more confident.

Keep your list somewhere handy, so you have a confidence wobble you can remind yourself how good you are, and how well you learn.  You’ll soon put yourself back on solid, confident ground.

So choose ACTION – you’ll be glad you did.

About Nicola Fox Dip. THP (N-SHAP)

I specialise in hypnotherapy and confidence mentoring for professionals who want to achieve their full potential, either 1-2-1 or in a workshop environment.

For 13 years, I have enabled my clients to become more confident, self-assured and better able to achieve their goals. 1-2-1 packages are tailored specifically for each client, personalised to provide individual solutions for their issues.

I offer 1-2-1- therapy and masterclasses and am a public speaker on confidence and hypnotherapy.

I specialise in hypnotherapy and confidence mentoring for:

  • Anxiety
  • Confidence
  • Fear of public speaking, presentations and interviews
  • Imposter Syndrome
  • Motivation
  • Phobias and fears
  • Procrastination
  • Self-esteem
  • Stress
  • Weight loss & related issues
  • Regaining confidence after a crisis – redundancy, divorce, bereavement, etc
  • Relaxation

Find out how hypnotherapy can help you.

Arrange your free, confidential 15-minute telephone consultation by going to the Contact Me tab at the top of this page.

I have hypnotherapy practices in:

London:

  • Liverpool Street, EC2 and
  • Islington, N1

East Anglia:

  • Ipswich

 

How to be a ‘Model’ of Confidence

Posted by Nicola Fox on September 06, 2018  /   Posted in Confidence Hints and Tips
Seem confident, be confident.

How to seem confident and be confident

Have you ever noticed how some people seem to ooze confidence? 

You only have to look at them to know that they are in control of their life and doing what they want to do.

Have you ever compared yourself with them and thought “I wish I could be more like that”?  Well, you can. 

It’s true – and one of the easiest ways to start is through “Modelling”.

Try these three steps:

  1. Think of someone you admire, someone you think is confident, someone you would like to be more like.
  2. Think about how they present themselves, for example, how they stand, their facial expressions, or how they sound.  Identify what makes them seem confident to you.
  3. Now think about how you could adapt their confident behaviour to make it right for you in your life.

There are two very good reasons to do this:

  • You will actually start to feel more confident, because you are adopting the traits of confident behaviour AND
  • Other people will to see you as a confident person, and treat you as one, which will boost your confidence.

And as you begin to feel more confident, and as you are treated as a confident person, your confidence will actually grow.

So, have a go.  Here are some suggestions to get you started:

  • Stand up straight, with your shoulders back, and tummy pulled in.
  • Breathe deeply and evenly (this will help you to feel relaxed and keep oxygen flowing to your brain, so you’ll think faster).
  • Make eye contact when you are talking to people, and keep it throughout your conversation.  (Remember to blink!)
  • Smile!

So start “Modelling” – and with just a little practice, you’ll feel your confidence grow.

 

About Nicola Fox Dip. THP (N-SHAP)

I specialise in hypnotherapy and confidence mentoring for professionals who want to achieve their full potential, either 1-2-1 or in a workshop environment.

For 13 years, I have enabled my clients to become more confident, self-assured and better able to achieve their goals. 1-2-1 packages are tailored specifically for each client, personalised to provide individual solutions for their issues.

I offer 1-2-1- therapy and masterclasses and am a public speaker on confidence and hypnotherapy.

I specialise in hypnotherapy and confidence mentoring for:

  • Anxiety
  • Confidence
  • Fear of public speaking, presentations and interviews
  • Imposter Syndrome
  • Motivation
  • Phobias and fears
  • Procrastination
  • Self-esteem
  • Stress
  • Weight loss & related issues
  • Regaining confidence after a crisis – redundancy, divorce, bereavement, etc
  • Relaxation

Find out how hypnotherapy can help you.

Arrange your free, confidential 15-minute telephone consultation by going to the Contact Me tab at the top of this page.

I have hypnotherapy practices in:

London:

  • Liverpool Street, EC2

East Anglia:

  • Ipswich, Suffolk

 

Confidence and You! My talk on 5th September 2018

Posted by Nicola Fox on August 30, 2018  /   Posted in Confidence Hints and Tips

 

I’m so excited about speaking at the next Women in Property & Business Network event!

I’ll be talking about how you can get rid of the things that hold you back, feel more confident and be your best self.

Book tickets on www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/women-in-property-6-steps-to…

I’ll be sharing the stage with the amazing Shaz Watkins, who’ll be telling us how we can flip property 6 ways.

Women in Property & Business Network events are always great, and everyone there is so welcoming. If you are looking for a great networking event where you can be inspired and meet amazing entrepreneurial women, this is the event for you.

Come along on Wednesday, 5th September 2018, at 6pm, at WeWorks, Waterhouse Square, 138 Holborn, London EC1N 2SW.

Thanks to the incredible Elsie Igbinadolor for the Network, the event and all the amazing work she does.

Look forward to seeing you there!

Look up – and start to feel better

Posted by Nicola Fox on August 05, 2018  /   Posted in Confidence Hints and Tips
Looking up is associated with positive thinking.

Looking up is associated with positive thinking.

This is a really quick tip, and effective way to feel better quickly.

Research has shown that looking down is associated with negative thinking – but looking up is associated with positive thinking.

Seriously, you can improve your mood – just by looking up.

Better still, you get used to doing it very quickly – and once it comes naturally to you, you don’t have to think about it. So looking up and feeling better become your new habit.

So look up – you’ll be glad you did in no time.

 

About Nicola Fox Dip. THP (N-SHAP)

I specialise in hypnotherapy and confidence coaching for professional people who want to achieve their full potential, either 1-2-1 or in a workshop environment.

For 13 years, I have enabled my clients to become more confident, self-assured and better able to achieve their goals. 1-2-1 packages are tailored specifically for each client, personalised to provide individual solutions for their issues.

I offer 1-2-1- therapy, masterclasses and give talks at events and to groups.

I specialise in hypnotherapy for:

• Anxiety
• Confidence
• Fear of public speaking, presentations and interviews
• Imposter Syndrome
• Motivation
• Panic attacks
• Phobias and fears
• Procrastination
• Self-esteem
• Stress
• Weight loss & related issues
• Regaining confidence after a crisis – redundancy, divorce, bereavement, etc
• Relaxation

Find out how hypnotherapy can help you.

Arrange your free, confidential 15-minute telephone consultation by going to the Contact Me tab at the top of this page.

I have hypnotherapy practices in:

London:
• Liverpool Street, EC2 and
• Islington, N1

East Anglia:
• Ipswich

“Just” not “Sorry?” How to be Empowered by the Words You Use

Posted by Nicola Fox on June 26, 2018  /   Posted in Confidence Hints and Tips
Make sure you don't undermine yourself - speak positively and let everyone see how confident you are.

Let your words empower you – speak positively and create a great impression.

How we speak creates an impression:

No-one should be told how to speak but it is true that some words and phrases give a better (or worse) impression – and this impression is being created all day, every day, every time we interact. It crops up face-to-face, on the telephone, in emails, in social media posts – the list goes on.

Are you undermining yourself?

So it is worth considering the phrases you use, and whether you could be undermining yourself without realising it.

For example:

“Sorry”

Do you find yourself saying “Sorry” when an apology isn’t required, or you’ve not heard what someone has said? Obviously you should apologise when you have done something wrong, but using “sorry” as your go-to word in conversation makes you appear submissive or lacking in confidence.

“It’s probably me being stupid, but …”

Prefacing your questions with the phrase “It’s probably me being stupid, but …” (or something similar) is another credibility-killer.  Remember, there is no such thing as a stupid question – if you don’t know something, you need to ask.

“Just”

“Just”can be another submissive word that creeps into our conversation, as in “I was just wondering …” or “Could I just ask you to …”.  Using the word isn’t necessary, and it undermines your authority.

*!*!

At the other end of the scale, swearing can seem aggressive and unprofessional. It can also imply a lack of debating ability, a poor education or a weak vocabulary.

Make sure your pet phrases are house-trained

And there are lots of others, so listen carefully at your vocabulary. It’s easy to get into the habit of using ‘verbal ticks’, pet phrases we use without thinking.

But if they are undermining how you appear to others, they are doing you an injustice – so make sure they are house-trained, and don’t do anything to embarrass you.

So remember: Empower yourself – speak positively and let everyone see how good you really are.

For more advice, go to the Free Advice tab at the top of this page.

About Nicola Fox Dip. THP (N-SHAP)

I specialise in hypnotherapy and confidence coaching for professional people who want to achieve their full potential, either 1-2-1 or in a masterclass environment.

For 13 years, I have enabled my clients to become:

  • more confident,
  • more self-assured and
  • better able to achieve their goals.

I offer 1-2-1 hypnotherapy, am a professional public speaker and run masterclasses for groups.

1-2-1 programmes are tailored specifically for each client, personalised to provide individual solutions for their issues.

I specialise in hypnotherapy for:

• Anxiety
• Confidence
• Fear of public speaking, presentations and interviews
• Imposter Syndrome
• Motivation
• Panic attacks
• Phobias and fears
• Procrastination
• Self-esteem
• Stress
• Weight loss & related issues
• Regaining confidence after a crisis – redundancy, divorce, bereavement, etc
• Relaxation

Find out how hypnotherapy can help you – get your free, confidential 15-minute telephone consultation.

You can arrange your confidential, 15-minute telephone consultation by going to the Contact Me tab at the top of this page.

I have hypnotherapy practices in:

London:

Liverpool Street, EC2 and
• Islington, N1

How Your Motivation Can Make You Confident

Posted by Nicola Fox on June 17, 2018  /   Posted in Confidence Hints and Tips
What motivates you?

What motivates you? Whatever it is, it can be the making of you.

Sometimes people say the strangest things, even when they mean well or are trying to be encouraging.

For instance, has anyone ever said to you “Cheer up, it might never happen!” when you were worried about something? Or “Pull yourself together” or “Get a grip”? Did it help? No, I thought not – but people still say it.

So, how can you find your own motivation to change or feel better?

Or turn around a comment that’s had a negative effect on you?  It’s all about making it positive.

Try these steps – and there’s an actual example of how this can really work after the steps:

Step 1: Identify what you want to change:

Be as specific as you can.

Step 2: Notice what prompted you to think about it:

Was it a negative thought, or an unhappy feeling?

Step 3: What is that thought or feeling telling you?

Is it saying what you don’t want? Or what you do want?

Step 4: If it’s saying what you don’t want:

Turn that thought around. Acknowledge what you want to stop or avoid, but then focus on what you do want. Be specific, and make a list of your new areas of focus.

OR

Step 4: If it’s telling you what you do want:

Make it more specific, more defined, so you have a clearer idea of what you are changing or working towards. List it out, so you have something to refer to.

Step 5: Repeat these steps whenever you have a negative thought or need to boost your motivation.

You might not catch every negative thought you have at first:

But every one you turn around will help you feel better and more confident.

Here’s an actual example of how it works:

A client of mine was unhappy at work, but because the situation in the office had dragged on for a while, he had started to lose confidence.

He felt stuck in a rut and began to doubt his own abilities.

So we:

  • Changed his mindset

  • Identified his strengths, the type of work he enjoyed and the type of company he wanted to work in (and avoid).

  • Implemented the five steps when a negative thought or comment made him unsure.

All this gave him the confidence to re-do his CV and look for a new job, and then to go on interviews and get the job he really wanted – and deserved.

Now he’s happy – and you can be too.

Even if you can’t change a situation immediately, just having a clear idea about what you want and what you can do about it will make you feel better.

So give it a go. Try these steps and see how they can really work for you.

About Nicola Fox Dip. THP (N-SHAP)

I specialise in hypnotherapy and confidence coaching for professional people who want to achieve their full potential, either 1-2-1 or in a workshop environment.

For 13 years, I have enabled my clients to become more confident, self-assured and better able to achieve their goals. 1-2-1 packages are tailored specifically for each client, personalised to provide individual solutions for their issues.

I offer 1-2-1 hypnotherapy and group masterclasses, and am a professional public speaker.

I specialise in hypnotherapy and confidence coaching for:

• Anxiety
• Confidence
• Fear of public speaking, presentations and interviews
• Imposter Syndrome
• Motivation
• Panic attacks
• Phobias and fears
• Procrastination
• Self-esteem
• Stress
• Weight loss & related issues
• Regaining confidence after a crisis – redundancy, divorce, bereavement, etc
• Relaxation

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London:
• Liverpool Street, EC2 and
• Islington, N1

East Anglia:
• Norwich

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