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SNAP! Unhypnotizing Hypnotherapy. Work Smart Business? Jason Linett, guest.

Hypnotist Jason Linett joins Dr. Bunny to discuss hypnosis and Jason’s new book “Work Smart Business”.  The catalyst for writing this book is quite an interesting story.  When Jason first decided to open his business, he was bombarded with a lot of well-meaning, albeit negative, advice like “It’s going to be slow the first year”, “No one’s going to come see someone who is new in business”, etc.  However, Jason jumped in & proved that it’s a matter of what your belief system is!

Jason now has a thriving business, teaches others how they can, too – and has hypnotized more than 250,000 people!  Tune in and learn how that was possible!!

About Jason Linett:

Jason Linett is an expert at helping organizations and the people within them create powerful change and sharpen their strategies.

As a speaker, author, and hypnotist, Jason has put in more than fifteen years of professional study and on-the-job experience tracking how top performers in many industries achieve astounding results.

His book, Work Smart Business: Lessons Learned from Hypnotizing 250,000 People and Building a Million-Dollar Brand, releases on January 27, 2019.

In his informative and interactive keynote presentations, he shows people in business how top performers achieve the unthinkable… and how YOU can put the same scientific principles to work in your business and personal life.

Jason Linett has been called “the guy who makes other people more successful.” He combines hypnotic success coaching, neurolinguistic programming, and a contagious sense of humor to make motivating your team (or even yourself) a memorable experience.

He is an award-winning leader in the community of professional hypnotists.Jason was the recipient of the 2013 “Ormond McGill Chair” as faculty member of the year from the National Guild of Hypnotists and the 2017 “Hypnotist of the Year” from the Mid-America Hypnosis Conference.He was the keynote speaker at nearly every major North American hypnosis convention in 2017.

Jason is a pioneer of education. Through the streams of his live sessions, events, and digital-access programs, Jason has hypnotized more than 250,000 people. Each day, thousands of students worldwide are interacting with his educational material including his 5-star rated program,  The Work Smart Hypnosis Podcast with Jason Linett.

While building a successful business is a great goal to strive toward, Jason is most proud of his ability to do so and be at home each night with his wife and two children.

Give your team the very best while you give them the time of their life.

Contact Jason today at (703) 360-0534 to book Jason for your next event.

Want 2 FREE chapters of Jason’s book?  Visit: www.worksmartbusiness.com

Interested in training?  Visit: www.worksmarthypnosis.com

Also visit: www.jasonlinett.com

Contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at (805) 482-8111 or E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com

Also visit:https://bunnyvreeland.org/ https://vreelandcollege.org/ https://upgradeyourlifewithdrbunny.com

Ask Dr. Bunny. Why are numbers important in business? Mike McBain, guest

download-7-1Mike McBain joins Dr. Bunny to discuss why numbers are important in business & life!  Mike says numbers are important because they’re measurements of what we do in life!  And what does that mean for people in business?  The numbers for business people, in their own eyes, are what they require out of their business to provide what they need in their life.  Dr. Bunny and Mike McBain also discuss finding value in a service – and how to know when you’re really getting value!

Mike McBain is a fascinating and brilliant business man who can help business owners reach their goals & create success.  Tune in for an informative and interesting discussion that’ll leave you thinking of numbers in a whole new way!  And remember, you can be successful – even if YOU don’t love numbers!  Mike says “I want your numbers!  Bring ’em on!!”.

Fun facts about numbers (from Wikipedia):

Besides their practical uses, numbers have cultural significance throughout the world. For example, in Western society the number 13 is regarded as unlucky, and “a million” may signify “a lot.” Though it is now regarded as pseudoscience, numerology, the belief in a mystical significance of numbers, permeated ancient and medieval thought. Numerology heavily influenced the development of Greek mathematics, stimulating the investigation of many problems in number theory which are still of interest today.

Contact Mike McBain (805) 432-4228 or E-mail: mmcbain@montalvocenter.com

Contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at (805) 482-8111 or E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com
Also visit:  https://bunnyvreeland.org/  https://vreelandcollege.org/

Ask Dr. Bunny. What is a higher level of doing business? Darrell Gooden, guest.

Darrell GoodenDarrell Gooden, Certified Adizes Associate with the Adizes Institute, joins Dr. Bunny to discuss how he helps businesses acheive a higher level of doing business, and so much more! Darrell explains the profoundly different methodology of the Adizes Institute and how it can help small, medium and large businesses. An extremely informative interview!

About Adizes Institute:
Adizes enables ordinary people to transform the management of their organizations and produce extraordinary, sustainable results. Our work with all clients is guided by a strong belief in these values:
Mutual Trust & Respect
We believe that a strong and pervasive culture of mutual trust and mutal respect is what makes a business strong and allows it to become a dominant competitor over the long term. This kind of culture is what underlies the ability to consistently WOW customers, attract and retain exceptional talent, and generate superior financial returns. The reason is simple; when employees really know how to work well together and harness their conflicts constructively, minimal energy is wasted on infighting and internal politics, which allows them to devote maximum energy to competing in the marketplace. This kind of culture is an organization’s greatest asset. It is what customers are really buying, and the competitive advantage that is the most difficult to copy.

Collaborative Change
We believe that in every organization, in every market, in every country of the world, coping with a high rate of change in a complex and uncertain world is leadership’s #1 challenge. The ability to change faster, better and more economically than competitors is therefore the leading predictor of any organization’s long term success. Developing this capability to change is something best done “with” not “to” an organization. Trying to change people is hard. Instead, we focus on changing the environment; which unleashes the talents and productivity of people.

Constructive Conflict
We believe that meaningful change necessarily creates conflict. Harnessing conflict constructively creates the nuclear energy that drives superior performance.

Being Customer Driven
We believe that the primary purpose of every organization is to WOW customers profitably and deliver compelling value to them. Some organizations believe that making money is their primary purpose, which is a confusion of ends and means.

Complementary Teams
We believe that none of us is as smart as all of us. Close-knit complementary teams who work well together are the ultimate competitive weapon.

Decisive Leadership
We believe that the purpose of teamwork is to help leaders make better decisions than they would on their own.Management-by-committee or consensus decision making is not how decisions are made in high-performing organizations.

Simplicity
Transformation may not be easy, but we believe it must be simple. If people don’t understand something, they can’t implement it.

Shared Rewards
We believe that superior long term performance is realized by tying the achievement of results to shared monetary and non-monetary rewards.
By practicing these values, Adizes enables ordinary people to change the culture of their organization and produce extraordinary and sustainable results.

Contact Darrell Gooden at (805) 565-2901 or E-mail: darrell@adizes.com
Also visit: https://adizes.com
Contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at (805) 482-8111 or E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com
Also visit:  https://bunnyvreeland.org/ https://vreelandcollege.org/

Ask Dr. Bunny. What is a code to live by? Mike McBain, guest

Mike McBain

Mike McBain

Mike McBain joins Dr. Bunny to discuss the code he lives by – how he came by the code & how he became the person he is today.  A fascinating interview with an amazing man who gives us hope!

About Mike McBain:
Mike grew up in an entrepreneurial family. He started, owned, and managed Central Courier in 1977 and grew it to 50 employees and over $2.4 million in sales. In 2010 he sold 60% of Central and he and his partner bought a trucking company with 15 employees and $1 million in sales. He has owned a variety of other companies in Ventura County over the past 30 years.

Mike earned an MBA from CSUN in 1999 and served on the board of directors for the California Delivery Association, Employers Advisory Council, Boys and Girls Club of Ventura, and Ventura Downtown Lions Club and on the board of advisors for Ventura Adult Continuing of Education. Central Courier won the Best Midsized Ventura Business of 2007 from the Chamber of Commerce.

About McBain Managerial Accounting:
Mike McBain will listen to what you want and what you need to develop a successful, healthy business. He will give you his advice from 38 years of business ownership and management experience to help you achieve what you want.
Areas where you may need help:
•    Evaluating your own interests and talents
•    Evaluating a business and its potential
•    Creating a business plan
•    Forecasting and budgeting numbers
•    Finding and evaluating partners, investors, and lenders
•    Market research and pricing
•    Team building
•    Outsourcing
•    Managing
•    Accounting and insurance
•    Sales and collections
•    Payroll and taxes
•    Improving business valuation
•    Leadership succession planning
•    Exiting

Mike has confronted problems in all areas. He does not know everything, but he will quickly let you know what you need to know or refer you to a better source.

Contact Mike McBain at (805) 432-4228  or Email: mmcbain@montalvocenter.com

Contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at (805) 482-8111 or E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com
Also visit:  www.BunnyVreeland.org  www.VreelandCollege.org

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