Motivation Method Stress Management with Positive Motivation is a complete system to manage your stress and regain your motivation. It will take you on a four part journey to personal empowerment and guide you through insights and skills to improved stress management with positive motivation. The unique combination of relaxing hypnotic journeys and positive practical motivational exercises will ensure you become better able to deal with the challenges of stress. It will help you gain positive states of mind to deal with stressful thoughts, emotions and behaviours in a proactive and positively motivated way. Learning to use the power of your mind with hypnosis and NLP techniques can really help you deal with many of the stressers in life. The Motivation Method series have been created by Matthew Ferguson SQHP. Matthew is a Clinical hypnotherapist, Trainer of Hypnotherapy and NLP, Stress Consultant and Authentic Happiness Coach. Matthew runs a training school in Scotland teaching Hypnotherapy, NLP and Coaching. More titles by Matthew A. Ferguson include Motivation Method for Weight Loss (A relaxing journey to the slimmer you), Motivation Method for to Stop Smoking (A relaxing journey to your smoke free future) and The Courage to Change, The Patience to Grow (Four essential skills for Personal Freedom). The Motivation Method series have been recommended by The Anglo-American Book Company.
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"Thank you for giving me strength and courage. After using the Motivation Method Stress Management programme my life is getting better every day. I am now back in full time employment and have a fantastic new relationship. How good is that!" (Peter, London)
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"Good, but the background music is too loud"
I really like the author's work in soundcloud, it's awesome, and that's why I purchased this one. But I have to say I am little bit disappointed with this one because the background music is too loud for my taste. The music volume is at the same level (or even a bit higher) as the author's own voice, and I find that disturbing. Can't properly fall in hypnotic trance because of that. It's a shame because otherwise I would like this one if the music was quiet in the background and not in the main role. Some would disagree but that's my opinion.
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