How to Succeed at Your Job Interviews

Release Interview Nerves and Be Confident! Authored by Pat Bishop Like anything in life, if something is important to you, it is worth putting in the necessary effort and planning for your success. Usually, if you give any goal some thought, you will discover a number of smaller steps which can make the task easier. This is particularly true when you wish to succeed at an interview, and give yourself the best chance of getting that job.     Here are some suggested steps to ensure that you have prepared…

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Confidence – Do you worry too much about what other people think?

Do you confidently sweep into a room full of strangers with a smile? Or do you hide behind somebody you know hoping nobody will notice you?  Or is it impossible to get you out of your front door?   Low Self-Esteem A lack of self-esteem affects our relationships, efficiency, and every aspect of our lives. In fact it is common to find anxiety and social phobia becoming a debilitating problem for many people. When a person has a high self-worth they are far less likely to fear criticism or worry…

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Hypnotherapy, Uncertainty and Anxiety – Harley Street Hypnosis

Hypnotherapy, Uncertainty and Anxiety You may already know that hypnotherapy is effective for issues such as Smoking and Weight loss, but what about the more thorny issues of everyday living and existence? Can hypnotherapy help with issues such as finding meaning in life and living in an uncertain world? In the following article, the focus is on mental toughness and uncertainty. Even though we may crave predictability and security, we all have to live with doubt and the resulting anxiety. In life, anxiety is inevitable; it will either motivate us…

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Self-confidence problems? Self-image issues?

Self-confidence problems? Self-image issues? Blushing or stammering in public? Fearing social occasions? Hypnosis Helps! It always amazes me how many clients of mine who come for issues similar to those listed above answer in the negative when I ask them “can you look at yourself in the mirror?” and yet they are constantly checking yet never liking their appearance wherever they can get a peek: Shop windows, other people’s gaze, car mirrors… Try it for yourself: stand silently in front of your mirror and observe what thoughts and images come…

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