Novelist? Journalist? Screenwriter? Playwright? Comedy Writer?
Your sub-conscious is waiting to be your best writing partner ever. It can help you with...
- overcome creative, emotional, and psychological blocks
- become a writer motivated by the desire to write, instead of by the fear of a deadline
- learn tools to help you enter into the "flow" easily and on your own command - summon the muse whenever you want
- turn procrastination into productivity
- empower yourself to take responsibility for, and control of, your career - and your life!
Finding A New Source of Creativity
(actually it's an old source you've had all along)
- access your sub-conscious for inspiration and help in telling better stories
- make an inner journey to get guidance or discover something that may be the key to the story you're trying to tell
the currency of human contact is stories
transforming rejection into success
- learn tools to reframe professional rejection into positive experiences which can advance your career
- build your self-image and confidence to become less vulnerable to the casual critique of others
- reinforce the knowledge that every submission, each interview, is a success, if you put forward your best work and your best self – relationships and connections are more important to your long-term career than any individual job/book/script/story
Writing for TV
The daily life of a television writer subjects you to a wide variety of stresses - notes from superiors, contradictory notes for networks and studios, anxiety about your future employment, negotiating the politics of a writers room, psychological motivation discussions with actors, and little time for personal life or depressurizing. And through-out that all, you are expected to remain creative.
Hypnosis can provide you with the tools you need to let off steam without blowing up at an assistant, or worse, your boss. Through hypnosis, you will discover new pathways to your own creativity as well as confidence in your ability to always come up with another idea.