Hello, I’m William C. Smith,
a Board Certified Hypnotist with the NGH (National Guild of Hypnotist. I’m also a Certified Hypnosis Instructor
with the NGH. And I’ve been on the Faculty of the NGH Convention for five years. The NGH is the largest,
and one of the oldest Hypnosis organizations in the world. The work I do is full of practical, useful, commonsense tools that my clients can put to work immediately.
It’s always exciting and a great pleasure seeing the faces of my Hypnosis clients in my office, or attendees of classes or seminars, when they have an “ah-ha”
moment of personal discovery. My passion and greatest wish is to help make the greatest positive differences with as
many people as possible. I work with my clients to bring out their best – talents, skills, strengths, in order
to reach their goals and vision.
really is no time like the present to get started living your dreams!
You may discover that one of the common themes of the work I do with people involve the word ACTION.
Most people spend too much time THINKING about doing something instead of DOING something. You have to create and use
momentum strategically. You have to START. You have to take Action. You have to take the first step, then
another, then another! Never confuse activity with accomplishment. If we spend too much time waiting for
the perfect moment to take action, we will never have the time for it.
As you take action, notice and celebrate all of your successes, even your small ones! If you
get off track, get back on track. Don’t lay there in the ditch!
Another dominating theme in my work is in the area of Confidence. Confidence comes from experience.
The problem is, most people look at only the times they stumbled and not how many times they succeeded. Everyone –
yes everyone, has had many successes, if they’ll only take the time to remember. How about when you learned to
walk? How many times did you fall down before you could run? How about learning to talk? Learning the ABC’s,
how to read, and write? Those were early successes nearly every person can relate to. And successful people
have probably had more failures than non-successful people. Why? Because they didn't stay down! They got
back up and took action again!
way to gain confidence is to take action. By taking action, you will either succeed or fail. Either way, you end
up learning something, or having some new insights into how to do something better, quicker, more efficiently, or something
to avoid. And that will add to your confidence.
making excuses! Stop blaming others! Take control and either get on track or back on track. It’s what
you do with what you have or what you do to overcome what you don’t have that moves you forward. You know why
most people fail? Because they get all excited about something and then the initial excitement wears off. You
don’t win if you don’t play. – You don’t finish what you don’t start. Why is it that we
sometimes know what to do, yet we don’t do it? – sabotage thoughts!
Although many people have influenced me in my development as a person of character, my Mother was
the most influential. She was a woman of strength, and determination. She was a woman of character who taught
me by example.
a few of my credentials / memberships:
- Certified Anger Resolution Therapist
- NLP Performance Enhancement Coach Practitioner
- Member National Guild of Hypnotists
- NGH Board Certified Hypnotist
- NGH approved Certified Hypnosis Instructor
- Member of NGH Faculty teaching classes at the NGH Convention for five years
- Inducted into the "Order of Braid" by the NGH 2011 - around 10 Hypnotists
per year receive this honor
as the recipient of the "Charles Tebbetts Award" -- "Spreading the Light of Hypnotism" -- 2011 -- One
Hypnotist per year receives this award
Nationally Certified in Sports Hypnosis
- NGH Certified Golf Specialist
- NGH Certified Instructor:
- Emergency Medical Hypnosis
- Pain Management Hypnosis
- Self Hypnosis Instruction
- Stress Management Hypnosis
- Sales Hypnosis
Sometimes when I’m asked what I do for a living, people
look at me funny when I say “I haven’t worked in almost 25 years.“ The reason I say that is very simple,
I've been self employed for 25 years and I don’t consider what I do as being “work”. There are so many rewards from helping others change their lives in positive ways. I enjoy being in
my office. I set my own hours – I don’t get up until 10 AM – so please don’t call me before then,
I may not be fully awake. I don’t like wearing a tie - so I don’t! But most importantly, I enjoy the people I
choose to work with.
am looking forward to meeting and working with you soon!