Hypnosis & NLP to help you come across calm,
composed and confident when speaking in public!
Public speaking, much like job interviews and examinations, can be a very nerve racking experience. Having good communication skills are essential if you going to make a presentation in front of a group of people or begin speaking at public events or seminars. It could be you need to speak in front of a large group of people or a small panel of individuals, such as in a job interview. There can be many different reasons for you needing these skills. A Politician is a perfect example of someone who has to be good at talking to large groups of people. They have to be calm, composed, clear headed and be able to answer all those awkward questions put to them, whether it is on a one to one basis, in a small group of constituents or even in front of the House of Commons.
With the use of hypnotherapy and NLP you too can have these qualities. Hypnosis can help you to relax and concentrate on what you need to do in a comfortable manner. You can learn clever techniques that will help you to build upon and improve your talking and presenting skills so you become even better at it. Reduce your anxiety and improve your self confidence. It might be hard to believe but you can even begin to enjoy doing it!
The pressure you can feel from being in the limelight and being the centre of so many people’s attention can be hard to deal with. Whether it be a one off event or talk you need to give or a continued requirement of you’re life or job, hypnosis and NLP can help you and give you continued support to be the best you possibly can be.
If you’d like to find out more or discuss your options you can arrange a no obligation, free initial consultation in the Brighton and Hove area, just get in contact. Consultations are also available by telephone should you wish. The websites full of useful information so please check out the ‘FAQ page’ for any questions you have or simply ‘Ask a question’ for a personal response. Never been in trance before? Why not ‘Discover Hypnosis’ to find out what it’s really like?