Your commitment to your success

Most people who are looking for success think it’s found in a $15 book they buy, that they usually don’t finish. Those who are a bit more committed, will go and get therapy from a hypnotist like myself, or another coach. They’ll go for one session, and get some clarity, and it’ll be a good experience. Then the energy fades and they fall back on their old habits.

For those truly committed individuals, they spend the time, and the money, and commit to their success for a MINIMUM of 3 months. 3 months is the bare minimum to create any kind of significant change in your life. This is why I prefer working with my clients for a minimum of 3 months.

If you really want mega life altering change, a whole new you, then you’ll sign up for a one year plan. My newest client, and every person I’ve worked with in the past or with other hypnotists and coaches that I know personally, has benefited the most from a one year commitment. The most committed repeat the year, or sometimes a 3rd or 4th. They eventually become coaches in their own right.

So what is your level of commitment? Are you happy with 3 months? Are you ready for 1 year? Do you want to be a coach and stick with it longer?

Email me at info@dwightdillondiscipline.com and we can explore, in a free 20min phone call, what is right for you.

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Create Goals that WORK, NOW!

When you want something in your life, most people have a general idea of what they want, and when they finally look back and think about whether they have it or not, in my experience 5-10% are truly satisfied. The rest are frustrated.

You can be in that 5-10%. Here are some guidelines for setting goals that work. This is what I use and what I teach my clients. This is my cream of the crop stuff.

1. Write the goal as if you already have it. Not like “I want to be able to run 1 mile in 5 minutes”. Instead “I run a mile in 5:39 minutes”.

2. Make it measurable. “I run a mile in 5:39 minutes” is completely measurable.

3. If this is your first time, make it small and achievable. If you can’t complete 1 mile in 10 minutes, start with that first. Once you achieve that, set a new goal, until 5:39 minutes is believable.

4. Set no more than 3-5 goals at a time. If you set more it’ll take longer. Have some patience. Enjoy the process (this is key!).

I speak more about goal setting in my private 1 on 1 sessions and in my lectures. If you have more interest, you can reach me at info@dwightdillondiscipline.com.

If this blog post helps you out. Please leave a comment and let me know what results you’ve received! Keep in touch!