Greetings to all readers of the GluckSolutions blog! We had a very busy month of November in that we posted a total of 12 blog posts. As always we published these blog posts to educate, inform, and entertain the public with information that we believe can help people better understand the benefits of hypnosis and life coaching, and to help bring our readers closer to the solutions to whatever problems they’re facing.
Below you’ll find a list of all of the blog posts published in November 2012. This way you can quickly review them all and easily catch up on any that you missed during the month.
Here we go…
“If you change the way you think you can change your life”. This is the main philosophy of NYC hypnotist Dr. Errol Gluck who believes that there is a solution to every problem and if you change the way you look at things – the way you perceive it – you can change your destiny.
For Dr. Gluck, when a person comes to his Manhattan office with a problem he sees an opportunity for a solution because he truly believes that there are NO problems that cannot be solved.
We came across this article to make sure you are prepped and ready for the holiday season! We all know that this is the time of year when everyone gains those pesky extra pounds.
I thought these tips were useful for preparing for the “food season” and rather than focusing on the weight you’ve already gained…
Whether I’m coaching a recent college graduate looking to get his life on track or a business woman in between jobs, I tell everyone the same thing: It’s all about connections, or as the saying goes, “It’s not what you know; it’s who you know.”
At least once a day, someone calls me office with questions about hypnosis. The most common thing I hear is some variation of “Can I be hypnotized?” or “I’m not hypnotizable, I just know it”.
The truth is this…If you’ve ever daydreamed, or become completely absorbed in an activity, then you are completely hypnotizable.
Take a look at this article we found by Stephanie M. Lee of the San Francisco Chronicle about a new study that asked why some people are more prone to hypnosis than others…