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  • April 2018
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“What you get by achieving your goals is not as important as what you become by achieving your goals.” —Zig Ziglar

When it comes to accomplishments, the focus tends to be on the success, the outcome of whatever it is you wanted to improve upon. “I did this!” “I made it here!” It’s wonderful, but anyone who has reached an objective — and that’s everyone in one capacity or another — knows it’s not the whole story. Committing to a goal takes dedication, time and effort.

And it’s difficult!

Sure, there are moments of triumph, but there are also times of discomfort and doubt. And that’s normal. It’s our subconscious clinging to a habit, pattern or belief that it’s become accustomed to. Thankfully, we can change what it’s used to by focusing on what we want.

When I visited Wisconsin Hypnosis Center for our feature story, I was somewhat comforted by the realization that this occurs within everyone. Hypnosis is a tool — and Jay Luck a facilitator — to refocus on what it is we want our subconscious to create a habit in. It could be weight loss, to quit smoking, stop procrastinating, etc. (Check out the several testimonials on page 32 to see that the options are endless!)

The common denominator of success stories? The way hypnosis changes the person for the better. Not solely because of the outcome, but because of the process and journey leading up to it. Higher self-confidence and newfound positive habits will always be invaluable.


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