Monday, 3 March 2014

An Absolutely Fabulous way to get motivated




hypnotherapy for procrastination Get yourself motivated - Hypnotherapy for Procrastination

We all struggle from time to time to get going. Have you ever woken up and just not felt like doing a thing? Or maybe you know you should go to the gym but you just can't get yourself motivated - "I'll go tomorrow" or "I'm owed a rest" .

Working from home can be hard too- you find ways to distract yourself - "I'll just do the washing up before I start" or "I'll just have another coffee and then I'll get going". Before you know it the day has gone and you've have achieved nothing.

This is not new; Abraham Lincoln famously said “You cannot escape the responsibility of tomorrow by evading it today". And Charles Dickens said “Procrastination is the thief of time; collar him” Of course collaring it is not always that easy to do or there would be no problem.

Procrastination is the big word used to describe this habit and hypnotherapy is being increasingly used to help all sorts of people stop procrastinating and motivate themselves. Believe it or not it's not just laziness that makes you procrastinate. There can be a variety of reasons including fear of failure, fear of success and even fear of the unknown.

Hypnosis is a tool that utilises a person's subconscious enabling them to create new habits and change their perspective on life. Internalising a new view of yourself automatically change your behaviour in line with this new perspective.

This can be helpful when you are trying to change your habits for things such as smoking. If you view yourself as a non-smoker, it just doesn’t make sense to have a cigarette. Your personal view yourself is largely an automatic process controlled by your subconscious mind. It makes sense then that if you can change the view held by your subconscious mind, then creating new habits becomes much easier. 

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In a revealing article written by Nick Clark for The Independent Jennifer Saunders reveals that she is using hypnotherapy to overcome her procrastinating habits and deliver the script for the long-waited Absolutely Fabulous big screen debut.  


Nick Clark writes: The big screen version of her hit television show “is going to happen”, she told an audience at The Independent Bath Literature Festival yesterday, adding: “I’m writing it now; I have a deadline for the treatment.”

Saunders also revealed that she plans to start appearing on comedy panel programmes after BBC bosses introduced a ban on all-male shows.

Revealing for the first time the extent of the struggle she has faced in writing the script for the planned film, first mooted in 2011, she said: “I am actually having treatment, hypnotherapy, for procrastination. It’s true, What my hypnotist said was to get rid of the backpack of negativity.”

The 55-year-old has a great incentive to finish the script this year: she’ll be out of pocket to the tune of £100,000 to her former comedy partner Dawn French if it isn’t finished.
“Dawn tricked me on the radio,” Saunders said yesterday. “She bet me £100,000 that I don’t write it this year, so I have to.”

Read Nick Clark's full article in The Independent

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