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Overcome Any Fear - Keith Blakemore-Noble

Overcome Any Fear - Keith Blakemore-Noble

Keith has a unique perspective on social phobia having been afflicted with it for many years. He is a British fellow who learned how to get to the bottom of it by attending a seminar that he was afraid to go to. A friend sort of pushed him. He had a breakthrough moment at the seminar and bought the whole package of NLP and hypnosis. NLP stands for Neuro-Linguistic Program. He thought like everyone else, that all the hypnosis stuff was a bunch of mumbo-jumbo nonsense. He explains that it is actually logical and another possible way to program your sub-conscience. Different things work for different folks. TO be a good coach the key is providing all the possibilities. Once you listen to Keith, you may want to reach out to him. Also, he has written 4 books which can be found on Amazon.

www.keithblakemorenoble.com

Books:   

  • Masks
  • Winning in Life and Work – VOL 1
  • Winning in Life and Work – New Beginnings
  • Winning in Life and Work – Success Secrets
  • Winning in Life and Work – Dare to Dream
Transcript
WEBVTT 1 00:00:03.560 --> 00:00:07.280 Hey, Dr g here. Thank you for listening to moving up stream without 2 00:00:07.320 --> 00:00:11.080 a paddle. I would like to work with businesses, authors, coaches and 3 00:00:11.119 --> 00:00:15.960 the like who understand the importance of shifting perspectives to obtain the results we're looking 4 00:00:15.960 --> 00:00:19.800 for. And please to announce that moving up stream without a paddle is now 5 00:00:19.839 --> 00:00:24.920 offering commercial spots to be aired during the episodes. If you believe your organization 6 00:00:24.920 --> 00:00:29.079 would benefit from advertising on the PODCAST, I would love to have you be 7 00:00:29.120 --> 00:00:33.840 a part of this continuously growing show. Let's get connected and inspire the world 8 00:00:33.920 --> 00:00:42.880 together. You made some good progress and then hit the next barrier. At 9 00:00:42.880 --> 00:00:46.359 that point your mind is going then feel feels. So you're aggressing and the 10 00:00:46.359 --> 00:00:49.479 old stuff is going back and you feel like you're not succeeding. What, 11 00:00:49.479 --> 00:00:53.479 what's kind of happening? There is, up until that point, I mind, 12 00:00:53.759 --> 00:00:56.719 what your mind has being kind of used to. Yeah, we try 13 00:00:56.759 --> 00:00:59.600 and thinks, but it fails. But we would never succeed in these things. 14 00:01:00.000 --> 00:01:04.879 You do whatever it is, you break through, you make that success. 15 00:01:07.040 --> 00:01:10.200 Cool, we succeeded. Hey, this is good, but part of 16 00:01:10.200 --> 00:01:12.959 your mind is still expecting you to fail. Okay, well, okay, 17 00:01:14.000 --> 00:01:17.840 we succeeded. Then you hit the next level, because you've got the next 18 00:01:17.879 --> 00:01:22.079 layer and he's going AH, see problem. See, I told you we 19 00:01:22.200 --> 00:01:26.640 never succeed. I knew it. I knew we'd never succeed. And all 20 00:01:26.719 --> 00:01:30.959 that old stuff comes back again. Hello, everybody, welcome back to another 21 00:01:32.040 --> 00:01:36.560 episode of moving up stream without a paddle. I have a very interesting guest 22 00:01:36.599 --> 00:01:40.079 that's coming up, but before I introduced him, as always, I'd like 23 00:01:40.120 --> 00:01:45.480 to just remind you that if you are in your pursuit of self discovery or 24 00:01:45.680 --> 00:01:49.239 really trying to learn how to utilize your mindset to find success and you're looking 25 00:01:49.280 --> 00:01:53.959 for a group of like minded individuals, jump over to my facebook group with 26 00:01:55.200 --> 00:01:57.840 moving up stream without a paddle, the group Um, and just get locked 27 00:01:57.840 --> 00:02:02.359 in. We can answer a question, share wins, break through the barriers. 28 00:02:02.400 --> 00:02:06.519 We can do all that through that group. So just jump on over 29 00:02:06.560 --> 00:02:10.439 there. Uh, just get kept tapped into the group and and we can 30 00:02:10.439 --> 00:02:15.800 support each other in that way. But today, today I have a Mr 31 00:02:15.919 --> 00:02:22.000 Keith Blake, more noble. Now, Keith was someone who used to be 32 00:02:22.159 --> 00:02:25.479 terrified of speaking with strangers. He allowed him, he allowed the spear to 33 00:02:25.560 --> 00:02:30.159 hold him back in life. Um, and it happened for for years, 34 00:02:30.159 --> 00:02:35.039 for decades, and he said that after one panic attack too many, he 35 00:02:35.159 --> 00:02:38.560 was forced to realize that he needed to do something and for him that something 36 00:02:38.680 --> 00:02:43.479 was too really dive into the study of NLP, which we'll talk about that, 37 00:02:43.840 --> 00:02:46.879 I'm sure, in our discussion, hypnosis and coaching. He became the 38 00:02:46.919 --> 00:02:53.919 certified train the trainer level, and is used, has used these skills first 39 00:02:53.919 --> 00:02:59.719 the conqueror's own field fears and then help others conquer theirs. And he says 40 00:03:00.039 --> 00:03:05.759 there it's conquering fears and phobia's embracing change, reclaiming confidence or or busting through 41 00:03:05.800 --> 00:03:08.759 habits like smoking bad eating. Over the past eleven years he's used his skills 42 00:03:08.759 --> 00:03:15.919 and experiences to help thousands of people across the planet transform their live Um and 43 00:03:15.960 --> 00:03:19.840 so it's gonna be an amazing conversation because I know fear is a topic that 44 00:03:20.000 --> 00:03:23.719 all of us have. So I can't wait to dive in that with Keith, 45 00:03:23.759 --> 00:03:29.120 and that's going to happen right after this. Welcome to moving upstream without 46 00:03:29.120 --> 00:03:32.240 a paddle, the podcast that helps develop a mindset for success. I'm your 47 00:03:32.240 --> 00:03:37.159 host, Dr Garrett Coggins, but most people call me Dr g. Now 48 00:03:37.159 --> 00:03:42.199 I've dedicated my life to helping others understand that if you have the proper mindset, 49 00:03:42.599 --> 00:03:46.840 you can propel yourself up that proverbial stream with no battle needing. After 50 00:03:47.000 --> 00:03:52.680 constantly feeling like you're going against the flow but you're never happy with your results, 51 00:03:53.159 --> 00:03:57.000 it's really time to flip your mindset. If that's something that you're ready 52 00:03:57.039 --> 00:04:00.560 to do, you've come to the right place. Now to get to it. 53 00:04:15.479 --> 00:04:19.279 Hello, Keith, welcome to the show. Hello, Hey nowr Garrett, 54 00:04:19.319 --> 00:04:23.160 thank you so much for having me here. It's a pleasure. It's 55 00:04:23.160 --> 00:04:26.360 a pleasure. How are you doing that? This is it's it's a pleasure 56 00:04:26.360 --> 00:04:30.439 for me. I think when I when I first saw you know, I 57 00:04:30.519 --> 00:04:34.240 heard about you, read about you, saw you know because we were in 58 00:04:34.000 --> 00:04:36.839 this group where we can look at it, everybody's profiles, and I saw 59 00:04:36.920 --> 00:04:43.560 this the fear peace and Um, it was just it resonated with me so 60 00:04:43.639 --> 00:04:46.199 much because I was there was going through some things in my own life at 61 00:04:46.199 --> 00:04:49.040 that time and Um, and then I started to think like this is someone 62 00:04:49.079 --> 00:04:53.160 I really need to hear on the show, because the things that you can 63 00:04:53.199 --> 00:04:57.160 overcome and and we talked to me that we see memes all the time about 64 00:04:57.199 --> 00:05:00.839 facing fears and on the other side of fear is greatness and but I don't 65 00:05:00.839 --> 00:05:03.800 know that we've ever had someone really come in and really just make this a 66 00:05:03.839 --> 00:05:09.600 complete topic. So I'm really excited to have this conversation with you. And 67 00:05:09.720 --> 00:05:12.600 how I do that, like I've told you, is I just start off 68 00:05:12.600 --> 00:05:16.079 the show with you given us more in depth background than I could possibly cover 69 00:05:16.199 --> 00:05:19.160 and just that quick bio. So if you want to give us the what 70 00:05:19.279 --> 00:05:21.680 you do, while you do it and how you got there, I would 71 00:05:21.720 --> 00:05:27.560 greatly appreciate it. Not a problem, not a problem, my pleasure. 72 00:05:28.000 --> 00:05:30.639 Um. So, I mean, yeah, it's it's basically as as you 73 00:05:30.680 --> 00:05:35.120 said in the in the introduction there. Just flesh it outulate a little bit 74 00:05:35.120 --> 00:05:41.000 more for you. Um. So, yeah, growing up I was painfully 75 00:05:41.000 --> 00:05:44.000 shy. I used to think it was shyness. I now realized it was 76 00:05:44.319 --> 00:05:50.480 it was basically social phobia. I was terrified of speaking with strangers, Um, 77 00:05:50.600 --> 00:05:55.120 which kind of makes life life a bit difficult. It makes a heart 78 00:05:55.160 --> 00:05:59.040 make friends, it makes it heart to do all sorts of things. Um, 79 00:05:59.079 --> 00:06:02.040 I found up and the ideal jar for me and that was in it 80 00:06:02.439 --> 00:06:06.120 because I loved computers. Really got on with computers that could. I could 81 00:06:06.160 --> 00:06:11.480 get them to do pretty much everything I wanted them to do. Uh, 82 00:06:11.560 --> 00:06:15.399 and so a job in it was was perfect because you don't really interact with 83 00:06:15.399 --> 00:06:19.560 people that much. It's all done through email or things like that. So 84 00:06:19.959 --> 00:06:27.240 I was brilliant for someone who's not too in on speaking with strangers and speaking 85 00:06:27.240 --> 00:06:30.680 with people. Um, and I did quite well. And that Riera rose 86 00:06:30.800 --> 00:06:35.879 up to a fellow of the British Computer Society, which is their professional body 87 00:06:36.199 --> 00:06:41.920 in the UK for for for computing. Um, about as high as US 88 00:06:42.000 --> 00:06:45.040 me immortals can go. The only way to be higher than that was to 89 00:06:45.120 --> 00:06:47.240 have been Bill Gates or Steve Jobs. Those two roles were taken, so 90 00:06:47.279 --> 00:06:51.360 I had to settle for a fellowship. Um. So we did well in 91 00:06:51.399 --> 00:06:59.879 my career, but eventually career plateaued because once you reach a certain level it's 92 00:07:00.000 --> 00:07:03.240 no longer what you know, but who you know that gets you the next 93 00:07:03.279 --> 00:07:05.959 job. And I don't mean it's it's nepotism or anything like that. I 94 00:07:06.000 --> 00:07:12.920 just mean once you reach higher levels, networking becomes important, connecting with other 95 00:07:13.000 --> 00:07:15.680 people, because the higher level roles tend not to be advertised so much. 96 00:07:15.720 --> 00:07:20.720 They tend not to go to recruitment agencies and so on. It tends to 97 00:07:20.720 --> 00:07:23.800 be by word of mouth or who do you know who's good at this. 98 00:07:25.399 --> 00:07:30.800 I terrified as being with strangers. I used to actively avoid going to any 99 00:07:30.800 --> 00:07:33.879 of these seminars, workshop networking, to all of these sorts of things to 100 00:07:33.959 --> 00:07:39.399 avoid of them because they looked interesting and read through the agenda Think, oh, 101 00:07:39.399 --> 00:07:41.319 that would be cool. Yeah, that would be nice, that be 102 00:07:41.480 --> 00:07:47.560 oh, the first line on the agenda registration and coffee, and I could 103 00:07:47.600 --> 00:07:51.800 feel myself filling with dread at that. It's like, Oh, you mean 104 00:07:51.800 --> 00:07:57.160 I'm going to spend half an hour speaking with strangers? You know I can't 105 00:07:57.199 --> 00:07:59.920 do that, but I'm going to skip this one. I'll maybe go to 106 00:08:00.040 --> 00:08:03.600 the next one, which of coursen't never happened. It was from my career 107 00:08:03.600 --> 00:08:09.160 plateau. Um. So, in terms of social life it's quite difficult when 108 00:08:09.160 --> 00:08:13.480 you you can't really when you're you're scared of speaking with New People. How 109 00:08:13.480 --> 00:08:18.160 do you make new friends? Um, but around about that time, this 110 00:08:18.240 --> 00:08:22.519 was kind of just before the likes of facebook and someone took off. surroundabout 111 00:08:22.560 --> 00:08:26.879 that time I was a member of an online community and we all got on 112 00:08:26.959 --> 00:08:30.199 well got on well with everyone there. It's it's great because you're just typing 113 00:08:30.199 --> 00:08:33.720 away on the on the keyboard, messaging each other and taking part in all 114 00:08:33.720 --> 00:08:37.320 the forums and everything. That was cool. And somebody suggested, Hey, 115 00:08:37.799 --> 00:08:43.159 it's nearly Christmas, we are many of us live in or near London. 116 00:08:43.840 --> 00:08:48.279 Why don't we get together for a Christmas party now? Previously, if somebody 117 00:08:48.279 --> 00:08:50.879 had suggested that to me, I would have found all manner of excuses not 118 00:08:50.960 --> 00:08:54.000 to go, but this time I thought, you know what, I know 119 00:08:54.120 --> 00:08:58.320 these people, I've been chatting with them for the past year. I'M gonna 120 00:08:58.360 --> 00:09:01.639 go. How hard can it be? I know these people and I got 121 00:09:01.639 --> 00:09:07.000 them. I found out exactly how hard it could be. It's one thing 122 00:09:07.240 --> 00:09:13.320 typing away behind on a keyboard towards someone, it's quite another when you're there 123 00:09:13.480 --> 00:09:18.240 face to face. I was in a room full of strangers and I felt 124 00:09:18.240 --> 00:09:22.440 the panics started to come on. I locked myself in a cubicle in the 125 00:09:22.480 --> 00:09:26.960 in gents gent toilets, the Gent's restroom, as when I as I had 126 00:09:26.960 --> 00:09:30.279 a full panic attack, heart pounding away, the cold, sweat, the 127 00:09:30.399 --> 00:09:33.960 lot and it lasts, it last. I don't know how long it lasted. 128 00:09:33.000 --> 00:09:39.360 It felt like it lasted for ages until eventually managed to calm myself down 129 00:09:39.480 --> 00:09:45.799 enough. Left there, left the building, left the party and I ran 130 00:09:46.279 --> 00:09:48.519 to the training station. I didn't even start to pick up my coat because 131 00:09:48.519 --> 00:09:52.000 that would have meant speaking to somebody at the cloak room, and that that 132 00:09:52.080 --> 00:09:54.919 was the Nice Jack at that I lost that night. That was a bit 133 00:09:54.960 --> 00:09:58.799 annoying. But I didn't stop running until I got to the train station, 134 00:10:00.240 --> 00:10:03.440 and anybody who knows me knows I'm not built for running. I don't run. 135 00:10:03.679 --> 00:10:05.639 There's never any reason to run. I mean, if you're after a 136 00:10:05.639 --> 00:10:09.159 bus, there'll be another one along in a few minutes. But I ran 137 00:10:09.480 --> 00:10:13.919 that stuch was there. Oh anxiety and terror and stress and panic that I 138 00:10:13.960 --> 00:10:16.159 had. I didn't really start coming down until I was on the train and 139 00:10:16.200 --> 00:10:22.399 it was pulling out from the station. Um, I mean one of the 140 00:10:22.480 --> 00:10:24.159 crazy things that was going on in my head was, oh, maybe somebody 141 00:10:24.240 --> 00:10:26.840 sparted me leaving. They're gonna come and chase after me and drag me back 142 00:10:26.879 --> 00:10:31.600 to the parties. It sounds ridiculous, I know, but that's the sorts 143 00:10:31.600 --> 00:10:33.799 of things that go through your head when you get yourself into it worked up 144 00:10:33.799 --> 00:10:39.919 into into a state in Japanic and as the train was was head heading off 145 00:10:39.919 --> 00:10:45.360 on sat on the train coming down and I remember thinking, okay, you 146 00:10:45.600 --> 00:10:50.240 can't carry on going through life like this. Just imagine, what is your 147 00:10:50.279 --> 00:10:54.320 life going to look like in five years time or in ten years time? 148 00:10:54.159 --> 00:11:00.519 If you carry on like this, it's gonna suck, it's gonna be awful. 149 00:11:01.200 --> 00:11:05.840 You have to do something. You have to do something now, because 150 00:11:05.840 --> 00:11:11.080 otherwise your life is going to continue to suck. Remember having that conversation with 151 00:11:11.120 --> 00:11:16.799 myself and, as luck would have it, a few weeks later there was 152 00:11:16.320 --> 00:11:22.000 a free weekend personal development seminar in London and a friend took me along to 153 00:11:22.039 --> 00:11:28.600 it, pretty much dragged me to it. Very nearly didn't go into this, 154 00:11:28.720 --> 00:11:31.240 this seminar because we all have to work. But you show we had 155 00:11:31.279 --> 00:11:35.080 the work books and flicking through it, or we were waiting to go into 156 00:11:35.080 --> 00:11:39.480 the main thing. That'saw a bit at the back my network contacts. Oh 157 00:11:39.559 --> 00:11:41.279 my God, we've got to speak to people and get their details. I 158 00:11:41.279 --> 00:11:45.240 can't do this and I turned to my friend and said look, I can't 159 00:11:45.279 --> 00:11:48.279 do this. You Go and have fun. I'm going to go back to 160 00:11:48.279 --> 00:11:50.799 the hotel. I'll see you back there. When? When? When the 161 00:11:50.799 --> 00:11:52.159 evening is finished? And they said, no, look, look, it's 162 00:11:52.200 --> 00:11:56.080 all right, I will stay with you the whole way. I will be 163 00:11:56.120 --> 00:11:58.840 with you the whole way, people, I won't leave you. You Promise? 164 00:11:58.240 --> 00:12:01.600 Yeah, I will. Okay, well, I'll come for this evening. 165 00:12:03.240 --> 00:12:07.200 I'm making no promises about the rest of the weekend. I went there 166 00:12:07.679 --> 00:12:11.919 thoroughly enjoyed it, got a lot out of it. Um, I mean. 167 00:12:11.960 --> 00:12:13.200 Now, this was one of these because it was a free one. 168 00:12:13.559 --> 00:12:18.159 Obviously they were they were looking to make their money by selling you into into 169 00:12:18.159 --> 00:12:20.159 other stuff, which is absolutely fine. That's that's that's no worries, there, 170 00:12:20.200 --> 00:12:26.559 no brother there. They were offered. They were selling NLP, Hypnotis 171 00:12:26.559 --> 00:12:31.720 coaching and speaker training packages. That's what that's what they were offering off the 172 00:12:31.759 --> 00:12:35.559 back of this. And I made such a breakthrough in there that I was 173 00:12:35.720 --> 00:12:41.399 I realized, Hey, this stuff works, it really does work. Maybe 174 00:12:41.600 --> 00:12:45.840 I could learn all this and use this to sort myself out, to get 175 00:12:45.879 --> 00:12:50.919 over this shyness and to be able to enjoy meeting you people. So, 176 00:12:52.559 --> 00:12:54.399 me being me, I signed up for the entire package of you know what, 177 00:12:54.399 --> 00:12:56.600 if I'm going to do this, let's go all in, let's just 178 00:12:56.879 --> 00:13:01.720 take everything that they've gone yeah, thinking that I would signed up for it 179 00:13:03.759 --> 00:13:09.120 study, learn all these things, using to sort myself and then start rekindle 180 00:13:09.200 --> 00:13:11.039 my t career and kick started up to there, to the next stage. 181 00:13:13.279 --> 00:13:16.120 Um, so I did the trainings. Really enjoy the trains. I found 182 00:13:16.120 --> 00:13:22.279 it was good at doing the yeah, yeah, the various things to me 183 00:13:22.440 --> 00:13:26.759 and I started noticing something. When you're in these these trainings, they teach 184 00:13:26.799 --> 00:13:30.960 you a thing and then you get into groups of two or three and you 185 00:13:30.960 --> 00:13:33.720 you do the process with each other so that you you get to you get 186 00:13:33.720 --> 00:13:35.840 to be the one doing it, you get to watch it and you get 187 00:13:35.879 --> 00:13:41.519 to experience having it done. So you, you, you learn heck of 188 00:13:41.559 --> 00:13:43.279 a lot that way. You're ever going to do any any some of those 189 00:13:43.279 --> 00:13:46.120 sorts of things make sure their lives. So your in person, you get 190 00:13:46.159 --> 00:13:50.600 to learn this stuff. I noticed each time when I was the one doing 191 00:13:50.679 --> 00:13:56.960 there, I would always get compliments from from the other person I was working 192 00:13:56.960 --> 00:13:58.840 with it. Oh, you're really good at that. Also, yeah, 193 00:14:00.360 --> 00:14:03.360 thanks, you pretty good yourself. Thinking this is just the sort of thing 194 00:14:03.360 --> 00:14:07.279 everybody says just to build our morale, but over the over the over the 195 00:14:07.320 --> 00:14:11.840 Times. There's several weeks of training over the time. I started noticing, 196 00:14:11.600 --> 00:14:16.440 you know what, everyone's saying this to me, but they're not always saying 197 00:14:16.440 --> 00:14:22.080 it to others. Maybe I am good at this, but maybe they're just 198 00:14:22.120 --> 00:14:24.159 forgetting. Maybe I'm good at it, but I'm enjoying it. And I 199 00:14:24.279 --> 00:14:30.679 made my own breakthroughs and afterwards told some friends what I have done and want 200 00:14:30.720 --> 00:14:33.840 and say hey, that's cool, use that can help me get rid of 201 00:14:33.879 --> 00:14:35.919 my fear of spiders. Of course it can. Come on this way. 202 00:14:37.279 --> 00:14:39.840 We helped them completely got rid of the fear of spiders in what in one 203 00:14:39.879 --> 00:14:43.279 go. Someone else say Oh, can that? Can you use that to 204 00:14:43.279 --> 00:14:45.480 help me lose weight? Yeah, of course, let's do it. Help 205 00:14:45.519 --> 00:14:48.159 them lose weight and all these things. I started thinking, you know what, 206 00:14:48.600 --> 00:14:52.720 I really enjoy this. You know, it would be fun to do 207 00:14:52.759 --> 00:14:56.879 this in a career, because I've been in the I T for twenty years. 208 00:14:56.919 --> 00:15:00.200 I suddenly get a bit fed up of it and I say mean, 209 00:15:00.279 --> 00:15:01.559 I could do this, this would be fun to do as a career. 210 00:15:01.600 --> 00:15:05.159 I seem to be good at it. Lots of people want it, but 211 00:15:05.200 --> 00:15:07.759 the downside is I've got the high paid I T job. I've got all 212 00:15:07.919 --> 00:15:13.519 high outgoings that go with it. Couldn't afford to lose that and start start 213 00:15:13.559 --> 00:15:18.559 from scratch. It's kind of put all the plans on hold. And then 214 00:15:18.559 --> 00:15:22.600 the most magnificent stroke of luck, uh, the director of the site, 215 00:15:22.600 --> 00:15:26.320 called me into the office one day and said, Keith, really sorry, 216 00:15:26.759 --> 00:15:31.159 because of the financial situation, your role as being made redundant. Basically, 217 00:15:31.480 --> 00:15:37.440 here's Wheelbarro full of cash. Never come back and I just thought, wow, 218 00:15:37.840 --> 00:15:41.759 if ever I was looking for a sign, this is it. Never 219 00:15:41.840 --> 00:15:45.320 even crossed my mind to look for another I T job. I just went 220 00:15:45.399 --> 00:15:48.080 right, I'm setting up. I'm setting my own business up. I'm a 221 00:15:48.080 --> 00:15:52.200 coach there, and that was about eleven years ago and I've been doing that 222 00:15:52.240 --> 00:15:54.639 ever since. That's kind of how I got into it and it's taken me, 223 00:15:54.840 --> 00:16:00.759 take me around the world of being in many voke me many parts of 224 00:16:00.799 --> 00:16:03.240 the world, done train train people in many parts of the world. Had 225 00:16:03.279 --> 00:16:07.440 clients from literally around the globe. That's spent three months, and uh starts 226 00:16:07.600 --> 00:16:14.159 eighteen months in Indonesia to distinct in the US sorts. So yeah, that's 227 00:16:14.200 --> 00:16:18.960 it in a fairly large nutshell. Yeah, I know, and it's it's 228 00:16:18.039 --> 00:16:26.039 great and I I had the social anxiety too. But, Um, I 229 00:16:26.080 --> 00:16:30.559 don't like we can focus on my story and I can solidify and and quantify 230 00:16:30.639 --> 00:16:36.080 everything that you're saying. But I want to bring out like because you have 231 00:16:36.200 --> 00:16:38.679 the three things that you have the coaching right then. So you have the 232 00:16:38.759 --> 00:16:42.440 MLP and first let's let's if you can, just for those who may not 233 00:16:42.519 --> 00:16:45.879 know what MLP is, if we can say what that is. And then 234 00:16:45.919 --> 00:16:52.279 the hypnosis piece. So how did you, once you explain those, how 235 00:16:52.320 --> 00:16:57.440 did you actually utilize those for your own transformation? Great questions. So, 236 00:16:57.799 --> 00:17:00.960 I mean, yeah, just I think most people kind of at least have 237 00:17:02.320 --> 00:17:04.640 an awareness of what hypnosis is. We're kind of aware of that. There's 238 00:17:04.680 --> 00:17:10.000 lots of myths about it. Should point out it's not mind control. The 239 00:17:10.079 --> 00:17:12.720 hypnotists cannot make you do anything. You have to want to to to make 240 00:17:12.720 --> 00:17:15.240 the change. If you want to, they can. They can help you, 241 00:17:15.440 --> 00:17:18.759 help you make the change when you are always someone in control. We've 242 00:17:18.759 --> 00:17:22.440 got coaching, which is kind of using all the staff and the questions to 243 00:17:22.440 --> 00:17:26.039 figure out what the person was and help using these tools to help them get 244 00:17:26.079 --> 00:17:32.119 what they want to go. And we've got N LP, which it stands 245 00:17:32.119 --> 00:17:36.000 for neuro linguistic programming, which is quite a mouthful. You can see why 246 00:17:36.000 --> 00:17:41.279 they just call it n LP. It's Um it was developed in the nine 247 00:17:41.599 --> 00:17:48.920 in the Nineteen Seventies, by two gentlemen, John John Grinda and Richard Bandler, 248 00:17:49.440 --> 00:17:56.680 and they basically they started off working developing this all using language. It's 249 00:17:56.759 --> 00:18:02.839 all all using language to to understand and better how people did their particular job. 250 00:18:03.960 --> 00:18:07.960 They could learn from the best and use that help others become really good 251 00:18:07.960 --> 00:18:12.599 at and they kind of developed this whole learning, the whole way of using 252 00:18:12.680 --> 00:18:17.119 language. And one of the things they did was they took some really, 253 00:18:17.160 --> 00:18:26.480 really top coaches in various various fields and really analyze them and worked out what 254 00:18:26.559 --> 00:18:32.119 they were doing to how they did it. From this they kind of refined 255 00:18:32.160 --> 00:18:37.519 and improved the models of how the mind works and how it can use language. 256 00:18:37.680 --> 00:18:41.119 So it's basically using all of these things. It's like picking the really 257 00:18:41.200 --> 00:18:45.720 best bits from lots of really top coaches about the decade, bringing it all 258 00:18:45.759 --> 00:18:52.440 together, using language to work directly with the person's unkinders in such a way 259 00:18:52.519 --> 00:18:56.880 that they're not even kind of aware of what's happening, not so that you 260 00:18:56.920 --> 00:19:00.599 can do it in any underhand way, but the is and you need to 261 00:19:00.599 --> 00:19:03.599 do that. Is Because if the mind realizes what you're doing, it kind 262 00:19:03.599 --> 00:19:06.279 of goes no, wait a minute, no, no, no, stop 263 00:19:06.319 --> 00:19:07.680 that, we're not we're not changing. So, which which is why, 264 00:19:07.759 --> 00:19:12.920 example, you for many people affirmations. For some people affirmations work. That's 265 00:19:12.960 --> 00:19:18.680 brillant. For a lot of people it don't, because if you don't already 266 00:19:18.759 --> 00:19:22.839 believe the thing you're affirming, it's not going to change, because there's that 267 00:19:22.920 --> 00:19:26.240 part of your mind that's going, is this true, to this match with 268 00:19:26.319 --> 00:19:29.039 what we believe? If so, unaccepted, and if not, I'm going 269 00:19:29.079 --> 00:19:33.640 to reject it. So if you truly don't believe that you're I don't say 270 00:19:33.680 --> 00:19:37.279 you truly don't believe that you could ever make money, and you keep telling 271 00:19:37.279 --> 00:19:41.240 yourself I am rich, you mind. We're not. I am wealthy. 272 00:19:41.359 --> 00:19:42.759 No, we're not. I find it easy to make money. No, 273 00:19:42.880 --> 00:19:45.799 we don't. Look, look here at bank balance. Here's all the proof 274 00:19:45.839 --> 00:19:49.839 that we don't. And I actually our mind then doubles downcas wow, yeah, 275 00:19:49.839 --> 00:19:53.440 we really suck at making money actually, and it makes it even worse 276 00:19:55.200 --> 00:19:59.880 but with n Lping with Hypnosis, you bypass that judgment bit. If you 277 00:20:00.039 --> 00:20:04.599 if you want a technical terms of critical faculty, critical factor or critical faculty, 278 00:20:04.720 --> 00:20:07.480 depending on who you listen to, you kind of bypass that bit and 279 00:20:07.480 --> 00:20:11.319 speed directly with the unconscious and go hey, you know what, if you 280 00:20:11.319 --> 00:20:15.519 want to make money, here's a great way in which we can do it. 281 00:20:15.599 --> 00:20:18.039 Hey, if you want to stop smoking, can you know how why 282 00:20:18.039 --> 00:20:21.000 it's bad for you? If you want to stop, here's what we can 283 00:20:21.039 --> 00:20:23.160 do. And the unconscious mind goes, Oh yeah, cool, okay, 284 00:20:23.200 --> 00:20:29.400 we'll do that then. So basically, hypnosis it's normally you guide the person 285 00:20:29.440 --> 00:20:33.400 into a trance and do all stuff while they're like unconscious. With N LP, 286 00:20:33.160 --> 00:20:37.559 you're working with the unconscious, but while they're consciously awake and they're they're 287 00:20:37.559 --> 00:20:41.119 aware of what's going on, but they're not aware of what's going on. 288 00:20:41.200 --> 00:20:44.200 If you do, if you see what I mean? That's that's kind of 289 00:20:44.240 --> 00:20:48.200 it in a nutshell. Yeah, well, and then the I hear that 290 00:20:48.519 --> 00:20:55.200 what the eye am with the affirmation as I hear both sides, and there's 291 00:20:56.920 --> 00:21:00.960 the belief. I think that's the key point. Right and and anything and 292 00:21:00.279 --> 00:21:04.400 really and want the desire to as well, because I love what you said 293 00:21:04.400 --> 00:21:11.160 about the hypnosis pieces, that you have to want to Um there's there's and 294 00:21:11.559 --> 00:21:15.319 that without the want, there's not the right decision. Without the decision, 295 00:21:15.359 --> 00:21:18.960 there's not the belief without all those things are tying together. But what's beautiful 296 00:21:19.000 --> 00:21:23.480 about these things is that some people, without understanding MLP, without understanding hypnosis, 297 00:21:23.960 --> 00:21:29.519 take just they it's work. It's just the struggle a lot of times 298 00:21:29.519 --> 00:21:34.119 to really reprogram that part of their mind. And in the books that we 299 00:21:34.160 --> 00:21:37.680 don't know how to apply the things that we're that we're reading is we have 300 00:21:37.759 --> 00:21:41.519 all this knowledge, but we have no, no idea how to apply it. 301 00:21:41.960 --> 00:21:45.039 And so here we come now with NLP. This is this is how 302 00:21:45.079 --> 00:21:48.640 you apply it. This, this is, this is now we're working with 303 00:21:48.720 --> 00:21:53.960 applied knowledge and this is where the changes really begin to happen. And hypnosis, 304 00:21:55.039 --> 00:21:59.160 there too, is it's just really like he's just removing that that barrier 305 00:21:59.240 --> 00:22:03.519 and just really happen into it and saying, but now we don't have awaight 306 00:22:03.640 --> 00:22:11.200 years or decades to really shift that mindset. It's it is something that is 307 00:22:11.599 --> 00:22:18.519 more feasible, it's more obtainable and more in real time and chasing this wild 308 00:22:18.599 --> 00:22:25.079 dream. Absolutely, and I mean just going back to affirmations again, just 309 00:22:25.119 --> 00:22:27.440 declaimed, because I know some people will be listening, going well, find 310 00:22:27.440 --> 00:22:30.880 that I like affirmations. They work for me and they absolutely work for some 311 00:22:30.920 --> 00:22:34.799 people. The key is if you kind of party already believes the thing that 312 00:22:34.839 --> 00:22:41.160 you're affirming, the affirmations are brilliant to to boost that and make it bigger. 313 00:22:41.319 --> 00:22:45.720 So if you're you're starting to see success and you go hey, I'm 314 00:22:45.759 --> 00:22:51.519 successful, I deserve success, I'm creating success, all of these things that 315 00:22:51.880 --> 00:22:53.720 the mind is going actually, well, there was a bit of success there, 316 00:22:53.720 --> 00:23:00.039 so yes, hand successful. Actually what? The mind starts steeing the 317 00:23:00.079 --> 00:23:03.559 evidence to back that up and goes actually, yes, I am so it 318 00:23:04.000 --> 00:23:07.319 believes it more because you already start to believe it. You're kind of fanning 319 00:23:07.319 --> 00:23:11.519 the flames. I can really build up into something awesome. But if you're 320 00:23:11.559 --> 00:23:15.400 struggling and everything is going wrong and you just believe, you know what, 321 00:23:15.480 --> 00:23:18.880 I'm not successed on the slight as I mess everything up and you start with 322 00:23:18.960 --> 00:23:22.440 it, I am successful, your mind look and go no, we don't 323 00:23:22.480 --> 00:23:26.519 believe a successful and look his proof, his proof that we weren't successful, 324 00:23:26.519 --> 00:23:30.119 so your mind actually starts finding all the proof and it's exact opposite, so 325 00:23:30.200 --> 00:23:36.039 it doubles down. So they're they're great if you already believe it at some 326 00:23:36.119 --> 00:23:40.039 part, they are brilliant for expanding it. If you don't, they're just 327 00:23:40.079 --> 00:23:42.559 going to make it worse, which is why, with things like he knows 328 00:23:42.640 --> 00:23:48.039 this an n LP, you need to understand what's going on with the person 329 00:23:48.079 --> 00:23:51.519 you're working with. You need to understand how they see the world, what 330 00:23:51.599 --> 00:23:55.640 they're feeling, what's going on deep inside, so you can work with them 331 00:23:55.720 --> 00:24:00.160 and with their unconscious mind to get to where they want to go, other 332 00:24:00.160 --> 00:24:04.039 than just bashing away with a couple of favorite tools. Has It you get 333 00:24:04.079 --> 00:24:08.559 the best response when you customize for the person, and I mean the way 334 00:24:08.880 --> 00:24:14.000 that way of describing, which seems to kind of resonate for a lot of 335 00:24:14.039 --> 00:24:17.480 people, is when I'm working with someone, just think of me as your 336 00:24:17.519 --> 00:24:22.000 sat Nov. So you get into the car, you switch on your sat 337 00:24:22.079 --> 00:24:27.440 now, program the destination and you sit there. Anything. We're not moving. 338 00:24:27.440 --> 00:24:30.640 Why aren't we getting there? What? Oh, you mean I need 339 00:24:30.680 --> 00:24:34.759 to actually I need to drive and follow your directions. Okay, so I 340 00:24:34.799 --> 00:24:38.240 have to do the work, but I'll follow your directions. Okay, Satin. 341 00:24:38.359 --> 00:24:41.480 So the Satin can't take you there, but it can tell you how 342 00:24:41.519 --> 00:24:44.839 to get there. So the Satin gives you the directions, you follow the 343 00:24:44.880 --> 00:24:49.039 directions. Teamwork. You get to your destination. But if you're driving along 344 00:24:49.039 --> 00:24:52.559 and the sat now says take the next turn on the left, and you 345 00:24:52.839 --> 00:24:55.000 know what I'm going to see? If I got free will, I'M gonna 346 00:24:55.000 --> 00:24:57.799 try turning right. You'll turn right here. Yeah, I've proved I don't 347 00:24:57.799 --> 00:25:00.640 have to do what the sat now say us. And then you wonder why 348 00:25:00.680 --> 00:25:04.519 you're not getting to your destination because it's telling you to go one way you're 349 00:25:04.559 --> 00:25:07.400 doing the other. And the other thing is if you're driving along and then 350 00:25:07.440 --> 00:25:11.119 there's, I don't know, the bridges out, for example, the sat 351 00:25:11.160 --> 00:25:15.440 nav can then find another way around. 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Get it on Amazon today. Well, 370 00:26:59.640 --> 00:27:04.039 night, the UH. The other piece that you've brought up, like I 371 00:27:04.079 --> 00:27:11.480 think it's important to know is that you, I think sometimes when we when 372 00:27:11.519 --> 00:27:17.240 we go after like we I want to start thinking positive and that's our whatever, 373 00:27:18.079 --> 00:27:21.839 but I think sometimes we don't. I don't want to get lost into 374 00:27:21.880 --> 00:27:26.640 details per se, but I don't think we establish enough details to really begin 375 00:27:26.720 --> 00:27:30.000 to move forward. Because even when you're, you know, typing in the 376 00:27:30.119 --> 00:27:34.319 destination into your into that sudden that navigation system, and you're saying we have 377 00:27:34.440 --> 00:27:38.319 options, sometimes like do I want to take the least route, the fastest 378 00:27:38.400 --> 00:27:42.000 route? Do I want to take a scenic route, and and and really 379 00:27:42.359 --> 00:27:47.799 whatever destination or however you get to that destination, we have we have to 380 00:27:47.839 --> 00:27:51.839 have some details, details about the person, details about your belief system, 381 00:27:52.000 --> 00:27:56.880 tills about yourself, image and and really kind of to define all that. 382 00:27:56.480 --> 00:28:02.680 And so that's that. The details are an important peace and even with affirmations 383 00:28:03.759 --> 00:28:07.319 you you still kind of need to know some some details. Like we're not 384 00:28:07.359 --> 00:28:11.440 going to just say I am well, because one of my favorite books is 385 00:28:11.440 --> 00:28:15.039 is Um and I say it all the time and I should start getting commissions 386 00:28:15.079 --> 00:28:18.799 off this, but is what to say when you talk to yourself. And 387 00:28:18.880 --> 00:28:22.160 Like I love the book, I really do, because he starts talking about 388 00:28:22.440 --> 00:28:27.960 these these levels of self speak, of self talk and Um. But he 389 00:28:29.240 --> 00:28:32.640 provides details of all these levels. Look, if you're here, this is 390 00:28:32.680 --> 00:28:34.640 why you're here and if you want to get to this point, we can't 391 00:28:34.720 --> 00:28:40.160 jump from level one to level five. We really have to take a process 392 00:28:40.200 --> 00:28:45.599 and understand these things and and then progress forward that way. So, even 393 00:28:45.599 --> 00:28:51.640 with affirmations, I feel like sometimes people just jump to the end all, 394 00:28:51.720 --> 00:28:55.400 be all. But and I do that we can again, like you were 395 00:28:55.440 --> 00:28:59.279 saying, some people that can happen. Other people sometimes it needs to be 396 00:29:00.519 --> 00:29:03.599 more baby steps. Right, let's go to level three. Level three is 397 00:29:03.640 --> 00:29:07.480 a good place equipment. Then we could progress the level four and then we 398 00:29:07.480 --> 00:29:11.039 can really get to those those powerful, I am statements. But again, 399 00:29:11.200 --> 00:29:15.359 there's details that we really sometimes need to focus on. And I think going 400 00:29:15.440 --> 00:29:22.240 by faith is great, but you know, there faith is only backed by 401 00:29:22.480 --> 00:29:25.160 some knowledge. I don't believe in blind faith. I believe that you have 402 00:29:25.240 --> 00:29:29.839 to have some knowledge to just progress boarding things. And you're awakening right when 403 00:29:29.880 --> 00:29:32.559 you went to this NLP convention. You're like, all this stuff is pretty 404 00:29:32.599 --> 00:29:36.119 cool. That started to spawn a little bit of the faith. So when 405 00:29:36.160 --> 00:29:41.200 you can get into the NLP aspects or the the hypnosis aspects, then your 406 00:29:41.240 --> 00:29:45.119 faith and belief system for the I am information, you know, affirmations. 407 00:29:45.000 --> 00:29:48.240 Maybe they'll start to work down because now you have an open awareness and open 408 00:29:48.319 --> 00:29:56.480 understanding the different belief system absolutely. And UH yeah, so my mind has 409 00:29:56.559 --> 00:29:59.880 changed. How it perceives the world, changes, how it understands things. 410 00:30:00.000 --> 00:30:04.880 It is more I mean so things like affirmations and so on. I am 411 00:30:04.960 --> 00:30:08.160 this and that now have. Your mind is now going. Actually, this 412 00:30:08.279 --> 00:30:14.039 is possible. Yes, because a lot of coaching, a lot of all 413 00:30:14.079 --> 00:30:18.480 the stuff that I do and and fellow coaches do, it's about increasing the 414 00:30:18.559 --> 00:30:23.839 options that are available. It's about opening the mind to possibilities and increasingly options. 415 00:30:25.000 --> 00:30:29.799 So I mean to take I take take a smoker, for example. 416 00:30:30.640 --> 00:30:33.200 They know, they usually know it's it's bad for them. They know it's 417 00:30:33.279 --> 00:30:37.359 costing them money, they know it's costing them their health, they know it's 418 00:30:37.359 --> 00:30:41.000 smells, their clothes sting at the end of the evening. They know all 419 00:30:41.039 --> 00:30:44.839 of these things. And you ask a smoke and yeah, I really should 420 00:30:44.880 --> 00:30:48.119 give up. It's costing me a lot and this cough is awful me. 421 00:30:48.680 --> 00:30:52.640 I should give up. But if they try to give up, there's all 422 00:30:52.680 --> 00:30:56.720 these things that their unconscious mind has kind of started using smoking to to help 423 00:30:56.759 --> 00:31:00.440 with and it doesn't know how to do it differently. So you get this 424 00:31:00.559 --> 00:31:03.240 this kind of craving. In the morning it doesn't know what to do other 425 00:31:03.240 --> 00:31:07.279 than light up a cigarette. Or you're you're at your desk at work, 426 00:31:07.319 --> 00:31:11.319 you're starting to get stressed out. The only thing it knows is if I 427 00:31:11.359 --> 00:31:15.880 go for a cigarette, distress me for a couple let's go for a cigarette, 428 00:31:15.960 --> 00:31:21.240 let's distress. But with with coaching, you can help the unconscious mind 429 00:31:21.319 --> 00:31:23.680 to see there are other options, other things that could do. Well, 430 00:31:23.720 --> 00:31:26.680 I could have a cigarette this morning or you know what, I could have 431 00:31:26.720 --> 00:31:30.039 a nice glass of orange juice and just sit down and enjoy the enjoy the 432 00:31:30.039 --> 00:31:36.480 sunrise for five minutes before I get on with my day. Or I'm getting 433 00:31:36.480 --> 00:31:38.480 stressed to work. You know what, it's okay just to tip back and 434 00:31:41.279 --> 00:31:42.920 take a couple of rest or even just go to the water cooler and get 435 00:31:44.000 --> 00:31:47.039 get some water and have a simple water I can do instead and that will 436 00:31:47.119 --> 00:31:52.920 distress me. So it opens up these options, which then means the unconscious 437 00:31:52.960 --> 00:31:57.119 mind doesn't reaching to to cigarette as as the only option, because it now 438 00:31:57.200 --> 00:32:00.519 has other ways of doing things. All of which means if, if you 439 00:32:00.559 --> 00:32:05.759 go to see someone to help me, to help you quit smoking, could 440 00:32:05.839 --> 00:32:09.480 you then smoke a signat afterwards? Of course you can, nobody's stopping you, 441 00:32:12.039 --> 00:32:15.000 but why would you want to? You went there to find other ways, 442 00:32:15.039 --> 00:32:17.400 so that your mind has other ways of other ways of dealing with with 443 00:32:17.599 --> 00:32:21.480 the things that use the signs as a crutch for. And it's the same 444 00:32:21.519 --> 00:32:23.400 with with with any any time when you looking to change, it's it's opening 445 00:32:23.480 --> 00:32:30.519 up new possibilities, new options. Yeah, when, when you went through 446 00:32:30.559 --> 00:32:37.839 your transformation and, Um, if we can talk, and I know on 447 00:32:37.880 --> 00:32:42.279 the prefaces that I know everybody is going to be everybody is different, but 448 00:32:42.640 --> 00:32:45.480 let's with you. I just wanted to focus on you in your journey and 449 00:32:45.519 --> 00:32:50.519 you went through this your these lessons and learned the mlp and learned the hypnosis. 450 00:32:50.640 --> 00:32:53.960 Like what was the time frame like? What did it look like for 451 00:32:54.039 --> 00:32:58.519 you to now where you're like, I can go into public, I can 452 00:32:58.519 --> 00:33:00.759 speak to people, or what was you know, how want did it really 453 00:33:00.799 --> 00:33:05.720 take you to the get to that realization, like wow, I really have 454 00:33:06.640 --> 00:33:10.079 shifted my belief system, or your belief system in the in the way that 455 00:33:12.079 --> 00:33:15.720 I don't have that gear anymore. Got It a great, great question. 456 00:33:15.799 --> 00:33:22.200 Great Question. It did actually start at the event itself. Um, we 457 00:33:22.200 --> 00:33:27.119 were staying in so the event was being held in a convention center at a 458 00:33:27.200 --> 00:33:30.079 hotel. We stayed at the hotel that it was just because it's easier. 459 00:33:30.440 --> 00:33:34.359 You don't have to trek halfwaycross London to get to the where you're doing. 460 00:33:35.440 --> 00:33:37.519 Um, and on the final day. So we were kind of booked for 461 00:33:37.519 --> 00:33:40.720 the Friday night and the Saturday night, check out on the Sunday morning, 462 00:33:42.079 --> 00:33:45.160 have the event, the rest of the event on the Sunday and then head 463 00:33:45.160 --> 00:33:47.160 off on the Sunday night. So of course we had to check out, 464 00:33:47.160 --> 00:33:52.920 which means we need somewhere for our bags, and I knew that you can. 465 00:33:52.960 --> 00:33:54.759 You can leave them with the concierge. They'll they'll take your bags and 466 00:33:54.839 --> 00:33:59.480 check them into the left luggage and so on. So I checked out reception, 467 00:33:59.799 --> 00:34:01.799 was looking around. I couldn't find the concert where the concierge was. 468 00:34:01.880 --> 00:34:07.759 I couldn't couldn't see it anywhere. Until that point I have been like, 469 00:34:07.920 --> 00:34:09.480 Oh God, I don't know what where's I don't know what to do and 470 00:34:09.480 --> 00:34:13.880 I would have had to find my friend or I can't find the concierge. 471 00:34:14.840 --> 00:34:16.239 What? What do we do now? How can we find what the CONCIERGE 472 00:34:16.360 --> 00:34:22.760 was? I found, and it's just going to sound really crazy and really 473 00:34:22.800 --> 00:34:27.960 silly to the most people. When you're terrified as something, logic goes completely 474 00:34:27.960 --> 00:34:30.519 out the window. So I would have been panicking and going, oh, 475 00:34:30.800 --> 00:34:35.760 how do I find that? We are instead I how do to look around. 476 00:34:35.880 --> 00:34:38.119 I can't find it. Walked back up to the reception desk. Sorry, 477 00:34:38.199 --> 00:34:40.960 excuse me, is there? Is there a check luggage? Is A 478 00:34:42.000 --> 00:34:45.000 concierge around here? I can't find where they are. Just, yeah, 479 00:34:45.039 --> 00:34:46.800 it's just it's just round the corners from okay, thanks, no bother. 480 00:34:47.119 --> 00:34:51.280 And they went to it, checked the Luggageine and that's fine. Remember Thinking, 481 00:34:51.800 --> 00:34:54.800 Oh my God, I would never have done that before. How crazy 482 00:34:54.920 --> 00:35:00.000 is that? There's something that sample was scary for me and now done it 483 00:35:00.360 --> 00:35:04.639 because of the thing that did we did yesterday, and that that's that's kind 484 00:35:04.639 --> 00:35:07.159 of why it's really I really have to really have to sign up for all 485 00:35:07.159 --> 00:35:12.039 this stuff. So I started to seeing that the change. That the change 486 00:35:12.119 --> 00:35:19.639 there, and then through during the courses, you start to work on bits 487 00:35:20.320 --> 00:35:24.039 and I was clearing out some of the things I remember in one of one 488 00:35:24.199 --> 00:35:30.599 one to one session within it, I suddenly realized why it was that I 489 00:35:30.679 --> 00:35:34.320 was shy. And it wasn't that I was shy, it was that I 490 00:35:34.360 --> 00:35:38.440 was terrified with speaking to strangers. which brings me to the things which I 491 00:35:38.480 --> 00:35:45.320 often share with people. There are four words which pretty much all of us 492 00:35:45.360 --> 00:35:50.559 will have heard growing up as we were young children. Don't talk to strangers. 493 00:35:51.440 --> 00:35:55.039 We instill that in children and, don't get me wrong, it's absolutely 494 00:35:55.039 --> 00:36:01.280 the right thing. It will have undoubtedly saved countless lives. But sometimes because 495 00:36:01.280 --> 00:36:05.480 of the fear on the part of the parent, because they're terrified of what 496 00:36:05.519 --> 00:36:07.960 could happen if you did speak with a stranger, that fear comes through and 497 00:36:07.960 --> 00:36:13.599 we we kind of pick up on it. So it becomes something that's really 498 00:36:13.599 --> 00:36:16.119 deep seated. So it's not just don't talk to strangers, it's a kind 499 00:36:16.119 --> 00:36:20.519 of come well, come kind of comes across us. Don't you dare talk 500 00:36:20.559 --> 00:36:22.960 to a stranger because if you talk to a stranger they'll kill you to death. 501 00:36:22.000 --> 00:36:24.480 That, Mommy and Daniel be very upset and a lot of your fault 502 00:36:24.480 --> 00:36:28.960 because you struggled a stranger, because of how the vibe that comes off. 503 00:36:29.000 --> 00:36:32.360 It's like, Whoa, I've never been a stranger in my life. When, 504 00:36:32.440 --> 00:36:35.880 when we grow up? When was it? When was the last time 505 00:36:35.880 --> 00:36:37.400 anyone ever said to you, Hey, you know what, you're big enough, 506 00:36:37.400 --> 00:36:40.400 you're old enough, you know how to look after yourself, it's okay 507 00:36:40.440 --> 00:36:45.960 to talk to strangers. Never happens. Yeah, and that's what was going 508 00:36:46.360 --> 00:36:49.800 in the back of mind any time I went to speak with a stranger. 509 00:36:50.000 --> 00:36:52.719 Oh, without being aware of it, without hearing the voice, and it's 510 00:36:52.760 --> 00:36:58.239 just all those emotions came up and that that was a that was a massive 511 00:36:58.280 --> 00:37:00.760 break. Brit in one of the sessions that Oh my God, wow. 512 00:37:01.440 --> 00:37:06.320 So we cleared through that, removed all the emotion around that. That thing 513 00:37:06.639 --> 00:37:10.079 changed all the the means that were associated with with speaking with strangers. So 514 00:37:10.119 --> 00:37:13.760 at that point it's like, Hey, I can speak with strangers now. 515 00:37:14.800 --> 00:37:17.400 But then I found something. A few weeks later I found something strange. 516 00:37:17.519 --> 00:37:23.000 A few weeks later I voluntarily went to a seminar which was related to I 517 00:37:23.079 --> 00:37:25.960 t was first time I've done this in age. My managers saying, are 518 00:37:27.000 --> 00:37:29.360 you sure you want to go? You normally turn these things down. I 519 00:37:29.400 --> 00:37:31.400 want to go and I went. Now, yeah, there's gonna be registration 520 00:37:31.400 --> 00:37:35.039 and coffee. I can't wait to do this. I got in there. 521 00:37:36.679 --> 00:37:38.559 Oh, I was okay, going up to people, saying hello, and 522 00:37:38.599 --> 00:37:44.639 then it was like, well, now what? I've never done this before, 523 00:37:44.800 --> 00:37:46.079 I've never got to this stage before. I don't know what to do 524 00:37:46.199 --> 00:37:51.719 now, and that was a bit of a setback. First I thought, 525 00:37:51.760 --> 00:37:54.320 Oh my God, I can feel the shyness and the fear coming back in, 526 00:37:54.719 --> 00:37:59.000 until I realized no, hang on, this this is different. I'm 527 00:37:59.039 --> 00:38:01.119 okay with speaking to them. I just don't know what to do because I've 528 00:38:01.119 --> 00:38:06.119 never got to this point before, which means I need to go and find 529 00:38:06.119 --> 00:38:09.199 out. Oh, do you have conversations with people? So I went and 530 00:38:09.239 --> 00:38:15.159 actually came across a book how to talk to anyone, which has got lots 531 00:38:15.199 --> 00:38:20.239 of little tips about how to create conversations and and so on. Started using 532 00:38:20.280 --> 00:38:23.480 those work through those. Oh Wow, okay. So it was over the 533 00:38:23.519 --> 00:38:30.000 course of I mean the immediate results, work during the actual during the actual 534 00:38:30.199 --> 00:38:37.119 training themselves, but that uncovered their uncovered other layers where I hadn't realized that 535 00:38:37.159 --> 00:38:42.360 I need to know stuff and it's kind of a good two or three years 536 00:38:42.719 --> 00:38:49.559 more work with that which I'm I'm grateful for having gone through that, because 537 00:38:49.599 --> 00:38:53.639 that now helps me understand other people's situation far better, which which means I'm 538 00:38:53.679 --> 00:38:55.920 not one of these who go right. Yeah, we'll make you so. 539 00:38:57.039 --> 00:38:58.800 You're not shy. You can talk to any one right, you can talk 540 00:38:58.840 --> 00:39:00.800 to anyone on your go. It's like, there's a lot more to it 541 00:39:00.840 --> 00:39:04.360 than that. We can help you with this and we'll point you in the 542 00:39:04.400 --> 00:39:07.320 direction of where you need to go next. We can either work on that 543 00:39:07.400 --> 00:39:10.440 together, or here's some other other places you can go. But I just 544 00:39:10.519 --> 00:39:14.800 know we'll get rid of that fear. You will then encounter these things. 545 00:39:15.440 --> 00:39:19.960 This is what you need to do to overcome those which I wish somebody had 546 00:39:19.960 --> 00:39:22.440 told me that, although, to be fair, I didn't go therefore specifically 547 00:39:22.440 --> 00:39:29.840 for coaching on getting over that fear. But there's there's always more, always 548 00:39:29.840 --> 00:39:32.280 more to us. Or just be aware that. You'll make bit changes to 549 00:39:32.320 --> 00:39:36.719 start with, but there would always be other, other layers, and that's 550 00:39:36.760 --> 00:39:40.079 fine. That's absolutely fine, because that's all parts of me. The beauty 551 00:39:40.079 --> 00:39:43.639 of life, I guess. I mean if we were perfect in every way, 552 00:39:43.719 --> 00:39:47.480 things will get a bit boring. There'll be no challenges right, but 553 00:39:47.719 --> 00:39:52.440 I think that that's I mean, if we're going to and I push coaches 554 00:39:52.599 --> 00:39:57.239 all the time because I have a coach and my coach as a coach and 555 00:39:57.360 --> 00:40:00.079 his coaches to coach. When we're going with this, the coaching piece is 556 00:40:00.119 --> 00:40:07.280 so important because there were times when I had went through things and and said, 557 00:40:07.360 --> 00:40:09.880 okay, I conquered this, yeah, but then I hit that that 558 00:40:10.079 --> 00:40:15.280 next level and I was like, and I don't know why you're you're you 559 00:40:15.320 --> 00:40:22.000 may know because you you actually probably gone a little bit deeper than NLP than 560 00:40:22.039 --> 00:40:23.800 I have. But when you get past the first one, you have it 561 00:40:23.920 --> 00:40:28.920 success, and you hit that next that next piece, and you go oh, 562 00:40:29.039 --> 00:40:31.079 well, now what? And then your mind goes back. Well, 563 00:40:31.119 --> 00:40:34.559 that stuff, then, what you did? That the success you had. 564 00:40:34.559 --> 00:40:37.480 That didn't really work, because here we are, we're stucking in. So 565 00:40:37.199 --> 00:40:42.239 I I was I started to revert backwards, but it wasn't until I got 566 00:40:42.280 --> 00:40:44.960 no, this is normal, right, like you said, this is their 567 00:40:45.079 --> 00:40:49.199 layers, there's this this this goes deep, deeper than just that little top 568 00:40:49.280 --> 00:40:53.280 part, and and you're gonna be meeting these things continuously as you go through 569 00:40:53.280 --> 00:40:59.199 this and you'll overcome and you'll overcome and eventually you get the awareness that I 570 00:40:59.280 --> 00:41:01.039 can overcome and this is, you know what this is, and then we 571 00:41:01.119 --> 00:41:04.880 just have to find a way around it. That's what the beauty of a 572 00:41:04.960 --> 00:41:10.679 coach is. It really is that. It's it's like, Um, we 573 00:41:10.719 --> 00:41:15.599 go back to the to that navigation system right and it says you're gonna turn 574 00:41:15.719 --> 00:41:20.920 right up here, and then the second you turn right, it immediately says 575 00:41:21.000 --> 00:41:24.360 yeah, but now you're gonna have turned left. There's another step that's going 576 00:41:24.440 --> 00:41:29.400 to have to happen to get there, and that really is the beauty of 577 00:41:29.440 --> 00:41:36.199 the coaching pieces it. It takes that the how, how do I say 578 00:41:36.239 --> 00:41:38.800 this? When I when we had my first son, we had to go 579 00:41:38.880 --> 00:41:43.199 through birthing classes and I was we were and someone asked, well, why 580 00:41:43.280 --> 00:41:45.960 do we do the birthing classes? And they said is it's because the knowledge 581 00:41:46.000 --> 00:41:51.880 takes away the fear. And so when we turn right and the coach says 582 00:41:52.360 --> 00:41:55.320 we're gonna have to go left, now there's another piece. You know what's 583 00:41:55.320 --> 00:41:59.239 coming. So there's no fear aspect. Well, maybe a little bit, 584 00:41:59.280 --> 00:42:01.760 but you it's not like when you just jump up into the wall, you're 585 00:42:01.760 --> 00:42:06.159 like, oh, I was not expecting this and now that fear is really 586 00:42:06.159 --> 00:42:12.440 big. That awareness that there's more to it helps to alleviate a lot of 587 00:42:12.480 --> 00:42:15.639 the anxiety that's going to come with the other pieces that you have to do 588 00:42:15.639 --> 00:42:21.039 in your journey. Exactly. I mean. I mean going back to what 589 00:42:21.079 --> 00:42:24.679 you're saying, you made some good progress and then hit the next barrier. 590 00:42:25.119 --> 00:42:29.639 At that point your mind is going then feel feels. So you're aggressing and 591 00:42:29.639 --> 00:42:32.119 the all stuff is going back and you feel like you're not succeeding. What's 592 00:42:32.199 --> 00:42:37.280 kind of happening there is, up until that point, I mind, or 593 00:42:37.360 --> 00:42:39.360 your mind, has been kind of used to yeah, we try and thinks, 594 00:42:39.400 --> 00:42:44.599 but it fails. But we were never succeed in these things. You 595 00:42:44.840 --> 00:42:50.719 do whatever it is. You break through, you make that success cool, 596 00:42:50.719 --> 00:42:52.960 we succeeded. Hey, this is good, but part of your mind is 597 00:42:52.960 --> 00:42:58.119 still expecting you to fail. Okay, well, okay, we succeeded. 598 00:42:58.760 --> 00:43:00.679 Then you hit the next of all, because you've got the next layer and 599 00:43:00.719 --> 00:43:06.360 it's going see, problem, see, I told you we never succeed. 600 00:43:06.519 --> 00:43:10.519 I knew it. I knew we'd never succeed, and all that old stuff 601 00:43:10.559 --> 00:43:15.599 comes back again. It's it's one thing breaking through. It's, as you 602 00:43:15.639 --> 00:43:17.840 say, it's another to then realize, okay, there are layers, there's 603 00:43:17.880 --> 00:43:22.639 always more. So it's okay, we'll break through this and then I will 604 00:43:22.679 --> 00:43:27.519 come to another barrier and that's okay, because I don't know how to get 605 00:43:27.559 --> 00:43:30.880 through all those barriers yet, but I know how to find out. So 606 00:43:30.920 --> 00:43:37.559 the success isn't in overcoming one specific barrier. The success is finding out how 607 00:43:38.039 --> 00:43:44.719 to overcome a barrier. And when we start viewing success from that perspective it 608 00:43:45.000 --> 00:43:47.199 really builds up because now it's not well, I came that fear, but 609 00:43:47.239 --> 00:43:52.000 now I've got another fear. It's all. I'm successful because I've found a 610 00:43:52.039 --> 00:43:54.719 way to overcome that fear, which means when I hit the next fear, 611 00:43:54.800 --> 00:44:00.960 I will find a way to overcome that. And the more we developed, 612 00:44:00.719 --> 00:44:04.519 the more we grow through these sorts of things, we kind of reach the 613 00:44:04.599 --> 00:44:07.960 point where sometimes you reach the point where you're right, well, that's that 614 00:44:07.000 --> 00:44:09.599 barrier, don't I wonder what the next barrier is going to be. WHAT'S 615 00:44:09.599 --> 00:44:13.199 THE NEXT ONE? Bring it on, I'm looking forward to what's the next 616 00:44:13.199 --> 00:44:15.800 thing I'm going to learn? And if you can look back and find you 617 00:44:15.920 --> 00:44:19.800 gone from there's there's gonna be a bart too. Yeah, come on, 618 00:44:19.840 --> 00:44:22.079 when's the barrier? Always the barrier. I want to learn more because you're 619 00:44:22.599 --> 00:44:27.159 changing your your the way your mind perceives it. It's market, the barrier. 620 00:44:27.199 --> 00:44:29.719 I failed. It's yeah, I've hit to Barry. This is another 621 00:44:29.719 --> 00:44:31.880 one for me to overcome, another one and another one, because I now 622 00:44:31.920 --> 00:44:37.119 know how to overcome them. It's it's it's kind of changing that the outcomee. 623 00:44:37.199 --> 00:44:42.840 Changing the perspective on it. When you said that, I I callote 624 00:44:43.000 --> 00:44:45.440 earl and I can get a lot when when he gave the definition of success, 625 00:44:45.519 --> 00:44:50.960 is the progressive realization of a worthy idea. Well, what you just 626 00:44:51.000 --> 00:44:55.559 said, they're really just uh took that. That to a whole another level, 627 00:44:55.599 --> 00:45:00.440 I guess. So it's the realiz that it's not really realizing that you 628 00:45:00.519 --> 00:45:05.079 went through the bearer. It's realizing the that you can and and the how 629 00:45:05.199 --> 00:45:08.039 and that you may not know how to do that, but you know again 630 00:45:08.320 --> 00:45:13.320 where to go and now you know you can find out it can be possible. 631 00:45:13.679 --> 00:45:16.880 That's the realization. It wasn't really realizing the success, it wasn't realizing 632 00:45:16.880 --> 00:45:22.679 the overcoming. It's realizing that it's possible and that allows you, that's what 633 00:45:22.760 --> 00:45:27.559 we call the success stacking it after you have the next one. Oh, 634 00:45:27.599 --> 00:45:30.719 there's that success, and then it really does get to that point of wow, 635 00:45:30.960 --> 00:45:36.039 now what, what's next, because it blows your mind sometimes about how 636 00:45:36.079 --> 00:45:40.360 you overcome these things and then it really taps into the power that we as 637 00:45:40.519 --> 00:45:45.960 humans have that we've never been told we had. Like I'm pretty powerful, 638 00:45:45.000 --> 00:45:47.920 I can overcome a lot of stuff that I didn't know I could overcome. 639 00:45:49.000 --> 00:45:53.480 I'm good, I'm I'm a good person. Right. It reminds you of 640 00:45:53.559 --> 00:45:59.679 something Um, my physics teacher at school told us good few years a few 641 00:45:59.760 --> 00:46:04.000 years ago, shall we say, Um and he was talking about when, 642 00:46:04.039 --> 00:46:07.119 when you go for an interview, there will be times they ask you a 643 00:46:07.199 --> 00:46:12.719 question and you don't know the answer to it. That's okay, it's okay 644 00:46:13.079 --> 00:46:17.880 to say I don't know the answer to that, but here's how I would 645 00:46:17.960 --> 00:46:23.679 find out. Is it if you say that they're gonna that's gonna come across 646 00:46:23.800 --> 00:46:28.840 really favorably, because it's one thing to kind of memorize things by road, 647 00:46:30.039 --> 00:46:31.800 but it's quite another to go, okay, well, I don't know that. 648 00:46:32.239 --> 00:46:35.960 Here's how I would go and find out. Here's how I go about 649 00:46:36.039 --> 00:46:39.360 respecting that, which tells the employer, ah, this isn't just a person 650 00:46:39.360 --> 00:46:44.480 who memorized facts, this is a person who's who understands the method and they 651 00:46:44.760 --> 00:46:47.039 once you understand the method, you can find out any fact that you want. 652 00:46:47.360 --> 00:46:52.480 And it's the same with with these barriers. It's not I've overcome a 653 00:46:52.480 --> 00:46:55.440 barrier, it's hey, I know how to go I don't necessarily know how 654 00:46:55.480 --> 00:46:59.840 to overcome a barrier, but I know how I go about finding out how 655 00:46:59.840 --> 00:47:06.000 to overcome and once you understand that method, barriers are just temporary things. 656 00:47:06.039 --> 00:47:08.000 Now, because there's another barrier, that's fine. I know how to go 657 00:47:08.039 --> 00:47:12.440 about, funny, how to overcome this one, which really opens up the 658 00:47:12.440 --> 00:47:15.239 possibilities and, as you say, we we are capable of so much more 659 00:47:15.239 --> 00:47:20.480 than we could have a dream that we're capable of if we just allow ourselves 660 00:47:20.480 --> 00:47:23.639 to realize. Okay, I don't know how to do this. Let me 661 00:47:23.679 --> 00:47:29.039 find out how, because there's always a how. It doesn't matter if you 662 00:47:29.079 --> 00:47:31.159 know it, but you'll know somebody who knows it, or you'll know someone 663 00:47:31.199 --> 00:47:36.199 who knows of someone who can find out and help you figure it out and 664 00:47:36.000 --> 00:47:39.039 that's the beauty of it. M H. Yeah, we're getting close to 665 00:47:39.119 --> 00:47:45.639 time, but I want because I n LP is such an interesting thing right 666 00:47:45.679 --> 00:47:51.440 and when, and I love the podcast because I get to bring different points 667 00:47:51.440 --> 00:47:55.239 of views. And some people were as we talked about earlier. Maybe things 668 00:47:55.280 --> 00:47:59.440 like affirmations work for you, but then there's those who are like, I 669 00:47:59.519 --> 00:48:01.639 tried it, it doesn't work. I tried thinking positive, it doesn't work. 670 00:48:01.920 --> 00:48:05.360 I've tried, I tried, I tried, I tried, but have 671 00:48:05.480 --> 00:48:08.239 you tried this right? And so I love that we can bring this in 672 00:48:08.280 --> 00:48:13.559 there with an LP, anhygnosis, and there's other avenues that are out there 673 00:48:13.559 --> 00:48:17.519 for people. So I want to encourage people like if you have tried things 674 00:48:17.519 --> 00:48:22.559 before and you're listening to Keith and you're saying, I haven't tried that, 675 00:48:22.800 --> 00:48:25.159 well then you should reach out to keep. And so this is the time 676 00:48:25.159 --> 00:48:29.159 where I want to give you, Keith, just the opportunity. Well, 677 00:48:29.199 --> 00:48:34.239 how it can they reach out to you and actually utilize your services to help 678 00:48:34.320 --> 00:48:40.159 them break through these barriers? Thanks, Um cool. A great question and 679 00:48:42.239 --> 00:48:45.360 I think that just before I answered I would preface it with with with something 680 00:48:45.360 --> 00:48:51.639 which which it's fairly important thing. Um, I'm I'm proud of the background 681 00:48:51.639 --> 00:48:53.920 I came from, which is, I t which is all logic driven and 682 00:48:54.000 --> 00:48:59.679 step by step, methodical and logic and commandance based. And the reason I 683 00:48:59.760 --> 00:49:04.239 mean, and that is for some people, I mean for some people there's 684 00:49:04.400 --> 00:49:07.159 there's different forms of coaching which which worked really well. Some people go with 685 00:49:07.159 --> 00:49:12.119 with intuition and all of these sorts of things, and that fits their model 686 00:49:12.159 --> 00:49:15.360 of the world beautifully for some people, and it's kind of like, Oh, 687 00:49:15.760 --> 00:49:22.519 hypnosis, you know, isn't it all a bit true? And when 688 00:49:22.559 --> 00:49:24.119 I had first kind of heard of these things, I was thinking, oh, 689 00:49:24.199 --> 00:49:29.880 that sounds a bit but the more I've got into the more I've kind 690 00:49:29.880 --> 00:49:34.480 of understood. Okay, so I still see how the stuff works with computers 691 00:49:34.679 --> 00:49:37.920 and see how it works with the human mind when we're not doing magical stuff. 692 00:49:37.920 --> 00:49:39.960 It's it's not magic in the in the world the language that used, 693 00:49:40.320 --> 00:49:45.239 it's just the way in which we're we're kind of communicating with the unconscious and 694 00:49:46.360 --> 00:49:52.039 installing new software, if you like, because it is all there is a 695 00:49:52.039 --> 00:49:58.880 strong logical basis to a strong rational basis, basis to it, which it's 696 00:49:58.880 --> 00:50:01.559 an important thing to pull dow because there's a lot of people who find they 697 00:50:01.559 --> 00:50:05.559 can benefit from it once they realize Oh, I don't have to kind of 698 00:50:06.280 --> 00:50:08.840 open up to things that I don't don't necessarily believe in, but it is 699 00:50:08.920 --> 00:50:15.239 grounded in cold, hard or hard logic, if you want one of view 700 00:50:15.280 --> 00:50:19.480 it that way. It will work. So, Um, how people can 701 00:50:19.559 --> 00:50:21.760 can get in touch and find out more? I guess the best way is 702 00:50:21.840 --> 00:50:25.320 if you go to my website, which is Keith Blake more noble or one 703 00:50:25.320 --> 00:50:31.760 word dot com, and you'll find out about the coaching there and case studies 704 00:50:31.800 --> 00:50:37.760 from from people blogs, which I hope provides interesting perspectives on various various aspects 705 00:50:37.800 --> 00:50:42.800 and so on. You find my book then the podcasts and all that stuff 706 00:50:42.840 --> 00:50:47.480 as well. Keith Noble Dot Com or just search Keith Blake more noble on 707 00:50:47.519 --> 00:50:54.679 any any search engine or in all the common social media facebook, instagram, 708 00:50:54.800 --> 00:51:00.480 Youtube, linked in all of those. I bless with being the only person 709 00:51:00.519 --> 00:51:04.480 on the planet with this name. So if you search for Keith Plate more 710 00:51:04.480 --> 00:51:07.920 noble in any search engine, whatever comes up, good or bad, it's 711 00:51:08.000 --> 00:51:10.599 me. I can't hide and say, Oh no, that's not me, 712 00:51:10.719 --> 00:51:15.320 that's that's my evil twin. So yeah, just just just go to my 713 00:51:15.320 --> 00:51:20.079 website, Keith late Dot com, or just search Keith plaint wond or whatever 714 00:51:20.119 --> 00:51:22.599 comes up. It's me and get in touch. I love to have a 715 00:51:22.679 --> 00:51:27.920 chat, for sure. Yeah, if you're interested in if they're interested in 716 00:51:27.960 --> 00:51:30.679 the book. Uh, what's the name of the book? And I'm sure 717 00:51:30.719 --> 00:51:34.960 you can. Is it on Amazon or is it only on your website? 718 00:51:36.880 --> 00:51:39.079 Sure, Um. So I got four books in the winning life and work 719 00:51:39.159 --> 00:51:44.239 series and I've got the most recent book. I did the masks. This 720 00:51:44.320 --> 00:51:46.760 wasn't a rest or anything. I always have the books sat next to me. 721 00:51:47.199 --> 00:51:52.719 The masks where nothing to do with covid but it's all about the metaphorical 722 00:51:52.800 --> 00:51:55.760 masks that we wear and I can hide behind. So it's all about where 723 00:51:55.760 --> 00:52:00.599 they are, what they where, what they are, where they come from, 724 00:52:00.760 --> 00:52:02.079 why. That's today and Justus, and how we can remove them. 725 00:52:02.119 --> 00:52:07.400 And that is available, Um, Amazon, it's been along kindle. It's 726 00:52:07.400 --> 00:52:10.639 available in paperback. It's also available on things like Apple Bookstore, through ponds 727 00:52:10.639 --> 00:52:15.320 and no available to order through open bookshops, as they say. Well, 728 00:52:15.360 --> 00:52:17.400 you can get signed coffee. I'll scrowble you scribble in my name on it. 729 00:52:17.440 --> 00:52:22.000 If you want direct from the website. If you why you do want 730 00:52:22.039 --> 00:52:25.400 that, who knows. But again, you come all out on the on 731 00:52:25.440 --> 00:52:30.039 the website. there. Yeah, that's that's perfect. I love it, 732 00:52:30.800 --> 00:52:35.480 just giving people. Again, it's the tools, it's it's usually these things 733 00:52:35.519 --> 00:52:40.440 that they can apply and if it works, it's if you don't try, 734 00:52:40.480 --> 00:52:45.159 you never know. And I love your thing with the hypnosis piece because there's 735 00:52:45.199 --> 00:52:51.119 a big stigma around it and just and it could be just Las Vegas USA 736 00:52:51.320 --> 00:52:52.800 that you know. Well, I don't want to bark like a like a 737 00:52:52.840 --> 00:52:55.800 dog. Well, that's not that's not what we're talking about here, right, 738 00:52:57.559 --> 00:53:00.920 we're talking completely different. So let's let's break free from that stigma and 739 00:53:01.000 --> 00:53:06.480 that that limited understanding. What knows this can do, because it is it's 740 00:53:06.519 --> 00:53:15.480 a it's a very powerful tool in in changing um the like you said, 741 00:53:15.519 --> 00:53:20.039 reprogramming is subconscious. So, Um Keith, I wanted to thank you so 742 00:53:20.159 --> 00:53:24.639 much. I appreciate your time. Tons of good information here, Um and 743 00:53:25.079 --> 00:53:30.519 really I just so grateful that you were on the show and you have shared 744 00:53:30.519 --> 00:53:35.599 your wisdom and and now that people know that they have these new tools that 745 00:53:35.639 --> 00:53:38.039 they can utilize and to progress word in life. So I appreciate you so 746 00:53:38.119 --> 00:53:43.119 much. My absolute pleasure. Doctor, thank you so much for having me 747 00:53:43.159 --> 00:53:45.079 on here. I've I've loved it. It's been a really interesting chance. 748 00:53:45.559 --> 00:53:49.400 Really thank you so much. Yeah, I knew it would be. I 749 00:53:49.440 --> 00:53:52.519 knew it would be really keep on there, it's gonna be awesome. And 750 00:53:52.599 --> 00:53:54.840 there it was. So and with all of you out there. Again, 751 00:53:55.000 --> 00:54:00.119 thank you so much for always showing up. It's staying connected, learning the 752 00:54:00.159 --> 00:54:04.079 new ways to do the things. There's always new things that are coming out 753 00:54:04.199 --> 00:54:07.920 right and may be built on the last thing, the last conversation we have, 754 00:54:07.079 --> 00:54:10.559 but you're always connected and that's where we really are going to clip your 755 00:54:10.559 --> 00:54:15.239 mindset. So with that, I will see you guys again on the next 756 00:54:15.280 --> 00:54:21.760 episode. Thanks for tuning in. If you've found value in this episode, 757 00:54:21.800 --> 00:54:25.039 the best thing you can do is to subscribe, rate or review this podcast. 758 00:54:25.559 --> 00:54:29.519 If you would like to further investigate how you can flip your mindset, 759 00:54:29.880 --> 00:54:35.679 feel free to contact me through my website at www dot garrett goggins dot com. 760 00:54:35.840 --> 00:54:40.559 Can't wait to catch you on the next episode. MH