Quantcast
Jump to content


[Podcast] Science Based Hypnotherapy with Maureen Pisani [RR 590]


Recommended Posts

Maureen Pisani is a Certified Master Hypnotherapist and the founder of ProThrive Science-Based Hypnotherapy, where she works with individuals and groups (both in-person and online) to help empower, streamline success, and truly thrive. Maureen is also a world-renowned Motivational Speaker and was the Resident Hypnotherapist at the Chopra Center for over 8 years (Carlsbad, CA) until its closure in December 2019.

Aside from being a Hypnotherapist, she is also a Master Practitioner of Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT Tapping), Therapeutic Guided Imagery, Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), and Reiki Energy work. She employs a variety of modalities when working with her clients to bring them the best tools and resources for positive and lasting change. Maureen has also been both a Director, Instructor and Mentor at two nationally accredited universities where she shared her love and knowledge of Hypnotherapy with her many students. As of December 2019, she has published 15 books and has co-authored a research paper issued by the Neuroscience Department at UCLA.

Maureen Pisani is the poster child for how hypnotherapy can help change your life for the better. After an accident left her in constant pain, she found Hypnotherapy to offer her relief and a new lease on life. Although she now lives in San Diego, CA, Maureen is originally from the Island of Malta and continues to share her love of her home country with all of those she encounters. In her free time, she enjoys dancing, reading, crocheting blankets for premature babies, and gardening. If you’re interested in achieving your goals, please contact Maureen and she’ll be happy to answer your questions. Look for Maureen's episodes HERE.

Website Link: ProThriveSBH.com

Key Talking Points:

  • Unconscious mind- powerful and programmed for what is “safe”Open your unconscious mind to the “what if’s”
  • 2% profit isn’t enough for shops to be successful 
  • Unconscious drive to “stay the same”
  • Self-identity- self-confidence, self-esteem, self-worth, self-respect, self-acceptance and self-love 
  • Business coaches work with the conscious side of the brain but the unconscious mind cannot accept it- Maureen preps the mind to be ready to accept a business coach’s advice in order to get results 
  •  Right/left brain/prefrontal cortexRight brain- creative and open to outside the box ideas, that is where hypnosis happens   
  • Everything you do is with intention- hypnosis is only applicable when you are ready for change
  • Change happens gradually- often times you don’t realize it because it becomes a habit 
  • Maureen started hypnotherapy to overcome pain in elbows- had 10 surgeries total
  • She went from a 100% disabled to being #1 Presenter at the Chopra Center in La Costa.
  • Implementing changeLast 30 minutes before you go to sleep you are in a natural hypnotic state
  • Write goals down and every night read them 
  • Self-hypnosis- you have to be aware of what you are doing and be in control 
  • 2 types of motivation-moving away from and moving towards. When you are motivated to “move towards” something, the closer you get to it the more motivated you are  

Resources:

  • Thanks to Maureen Pisani for her contribution to the aftermarket’s premier podcast.
  • Link to the ‘BOOKS‘ page highlighting all books discussed in the podcast library HERE. Leaders are readers.
  • Find every podcast episode HERE.
  • Every episode segmented by Series HERE.
  • Key Word Search HERE.

Be socially involved and in touch with the show:

Facebook   Twitter   Linked In   Email

Listen for free on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spreaker, iHeart Radio, Spotify, Podchaser and many more. Mobile Listening APP's HERE

Join the Ecosystem - Subscribe to the INSIDER NEWSLETTER HERE.

Buy me a coffee

This episode is brought to you by AAPEX, the Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo. AAPEX represents the $740 billion global automotive aftermarket industry and has everything you need to stay ahead of the curve.  The Virtual AAPEX Experience 2020 is in the record books. Virtual AAPEX lived up to presenting leading-technical and business management training from some of the industry’s best and brightest. Now set your sights on the homecoming in Las Vegas in 2021. Mark your calendar now … November 2-4, 2021, AAPEX // Now more than ever.

Shop-Ware-Call-To-Action-Graphic-v3.png

This episode is brought to you by Shop-Ware Shop Management. It’s time to run your business at its fullest potential with the industry’s leading technology. Shop-Ware Shop Management will increase your efficiency with lightning-fast workflows, help your staff capture more sales every day, and create very happy customers who promote your business. Shops running Shop-Ware have More Time and generate More Profit—join them! Schedule a free live demonstration and find out how 30 minutes can transform your shop at getshopware.com/carm

Click to go to the Podcast on Remarkable Results Radio

Link to post
Share on other sites


Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now
  • Similar Topics

    • By Joe Marconi
      When I look back at my 40-years as a shop owner, there is one thing that stands out among everything else: It’s the people we surround ourselves with that will have the biggest influence in determining our success. Think about it, even the greatest NFL coach will never win a Super Bowl without great players. 
      I have worked with a lot of employees through the years, including technicians at all skill levels, bookkeepers, service advisors, managers, and support staff. I can tell you with 100 percent conviction that the years that were the most successful were the ones that I had assembled the best teams. Now, I am not just defining success by profit alone. These were also the years that were the most fun, with less stress and the years that we made the biggest positive impact with our customers and the community.  
      Let’s talk about production first. Highly motivated, skilled technicians with the right attitude produce more.  They also get paid more, and they should. The right team of techs will average higher labor hours. I learned many years ago, it’s not the hourly rate you pay a tech that matters, as much as the hourly labor dollars produced by that tech. 
      Next up are your service advisors. Here is where you can make or break your company. The service advisor is the face of the company. They represent you, your company and everything you do. The best brake job in the world means nothing if the service advisor doesn’t deliver a world-class experience that gives your customers a compelling reason to return.  
      The long-term damage from an incompetent service advisor is hard to recover from. For the most part, you don’t run a transactional business. Your company relies on strong relationships and a strong culture.  There isn’t a big-box brand name over your bays. It’s your name. And that means service advisors need to go above and beyond to exceed your customer’s expectations. If not, you lose. 
      For the success of any repair shop, I put great emphasis and responsibility on the owner when it comes to employee management. All too often, a poorly run, failing shop is the fault of bad leadership. The shop owner’s ability to lead and motivate is crucial with building a winning team and successful business.  However, I have also learned that sometimes we have the wrong people. And no matter what you do or how you try to motivate and lead, there are some people that just don’t “get it.” If it’s not in someone to begin with, nothing you do will change that person. 
      In today’s business world, you need a team of great players.  You need to hire people that can produce quality jobs, with minimal comebacks, have the right attitude, self-motivated, willing to attend training and have the willingness to work in a united, team environment.  You need to hire people that “get it.” 
      With regard to your customers, your business hinges more on the customer experience than it does on the equipment you have or the brand of parts you use. Of course, the parts you purchase matter. Of course, your alignment machine matters. But none of that is as important as what the customer sees.  The customer sees and judges you on her overall experience. Which is how she was greeted at the service counter, how she was spoken to during the sales process, the car delivery, and the experience driving away with a smudge-free steering wheel.  
      Lastly, here’s something you need to accept as a business owner. There isn’t a process anyone can create that will make up for mishaps caused by employing the wrong people. You do need to have processes and policies in place. It’s how you build a smooth-running and efficient business. However, we don’t run a McDonalds or a Dunkin Donuts. We can’t make up for poor customer service with a process or with a point-of-sale computer terminal. The processes and policies you create will only work the way they were intended to when you have employees fully aligned with your culture and have the right attitude. You need to have the right people. 
      There are many components of business. The financials, choosing the right vendors, training, equipment, and advertising are among them. The two most important components of your business are your employees and your customers. However, you have great control over who you hire. And we all know, great employees create great customers.  Assemble the right people around you and the rest will fall into place. 
      This story was originally published by Joe Marconi in Ratchet+Wrench on August 5th, 2020


      View full article
    • By carmcapriotto
      Dave Hobbs automotive service experience spans 40 plus years in the industry, starting out as a technician and then as a service manager working in his family’s repair shop (Hobbs Auto Electric) in Kokomo, Indiana. After leaving Hobbs Auto Electric, Dave began working as a hotline advisor and field engineer at GM’s Delco Electronics. Those roles eventually led to becoming an electronics systems instructor for thousands of Delco Electronics / Delphi engineers throughout North American and Asia.
      Dave is currently the lead technical trainer and course developer for Delphi Product and Service Solutions. In addition, he serves part-time as a contributor to Motor Age Magazine and as a field correspondent for MACS Worldwide (Mobile AC Society). Dave’s previous episodes HERE.
      Key Talking Points:
      New technologyFirst challenge- finding out how it works. Service information isn’t always the easiest to read and understand. Validate information and see what makes it work Field case studies     Training- never quit learning  Dave’s acronyms Data acronym FRED- frustrating ridiculous electronic device  WRAP- we replace all parts EWFN - everything working fine now Automotive innovationsADAS and calibrating radar when doing repairs  Technicians and shop owners have to be in the education business for customers- customers will think their car is a robotic autopilot vehicle     Brainstorm ADAS class for customers- educate how ADAS systems work and respect the safety functions in place to avoid customer turning them off   Automotive industry IS deemed an essential business Resources:
      Thanks to Dave Hobbs for his contribution to the aftermarket’s premier podcast. Link to the ‘BOOKS‘ page, highlighting all books discussed in the podcast library HERE. Leaders are readers. Listen for free on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spreaker, iHeart Radio, Spotify, Podchaser, and many more. Mobile Listening APP's HERE Find every podcast episode HERE. Every episode is segmented by Series HERE. Key Word Search HERE. Be socially involved and in touch with the show:
      Facebook   Twitter   Linked In   Email
      Join the Ecosystem - Subscribe to the INSIDER NEWSLETTER HERE.
      Buy me a coffee
      NAPA Autotech Training helps your technicians keep their skills sharp and their NAPA Know How up to date. It’s the highest quality technical training that covers almost every vehicle system and every make and model. NAPA Autotech is presented by experienced instructors who are ASE master certified technicians. Even after a class is over, techs can access course information online with ClassPass. So when questions come up later they can get the answers. AutoCare Center owners who have taken advantage of Autotech Training say that well-trained technicians are helping to increase their shop’s repair capability and raise bay productivity. That results in fewer comebacks, more satisfied shop customers, and reduced technician turnover.
      Learn more about NAPA AutoCare, NAPA Autotech Training, and the hundreds of other benefits the NAPA family has to offer by talking with your servicing NAPA store or Visit the NAPA Benefits Center, at www.napabenefitscenter.com or call the NAPA Benefits Center at 844-627-2123.
      Click to go to the Podcast on Remarkable Results Radio
    • By CAautogroup
      Hello all,
       
      Our air compressor just gave out. I was looking around for a new one since the cost to replace the motor and pump is about $900.00. What brand air compressor would you all recommend that can put up with the heat and daily usage ?
       
      Thanks for your help in advance.
       
      Nick
    • By carmcapriotto
      Jim Fleischman and his wife Shelly own Automotive Alley in Arcade, NY. Jim attended Alfred State College for Automotive Tech. He went to work for a Ford Dealership as a shop foreman. Jim’s racing and organizational experience came by being part of a race team that ran Busch and NASCAR. He was recruited from his alma mater, Alfred State College, and became an instructor. Jim always wanted to teach and it was fate. He spent fourteen years as an instructor. He loved building relationships with his students.
      He was balancing his teaching job and owning a shop while Shelly ran the business for him. Jim ultimately left his teaching job and went to work full-time in the business. Shelly’s background was accounting which was good for the business overall.
      Jim believes in a strong process-driven company. He is all about improving efficiency. Saving steps for productivity gains. Anyone can study their inefficiencies and make changes to improve productivity. He templated his systems against NASCAR. Immaculate, organized and tools quickly reached and found. Jim perpetually works on streamlining to increase his productivity.
      Automotive Alley also specialized in street rod, hot rods, upgrades, and restorations. For Jim, the word “can’t” is not in his vocabulary. Listen to Jim’s previous episodes HERE.
      Matt Manzone graduated from Wyotech trade school in Blairsville, Pa. Shortly after graduation, Matt started at a local Japanese import brand dealership. Eventually becoming Expert level brand certified and achieving ASE certified Master automotive technician status. After 14 years at the dealership, Matt left to take a position at an independent repair shop called Automotive Alley in Arcade, NY as a technician and service writer in the vintage/restoration shop. Listen to Matt’s episodes HERE.
      Key Talking Points:
      Technicians at dealerships vs independent shopsDealerships have a specific type of vehicles and is flat rate- 70% of students from tech schools go directly to work in dealerships Most technicians that leave the dealerships leave the industry completely   Independent shops have a broader spectrum  Hiring more techniciansJim used Facebook Ads and Indeed for hiring  Matt posted his resume on Indeed to see what other opportunities were available- was open-minded and wanted a challenge Matt researched the shop prior to the interview- Facebook posts, reviews, and podcast interview  “Working interview”-Spent half a day interviewing and then worked with other technicians in the shop and with Jim Culture of businessClean, sterile work environment instead of stereotypical “greasy fingerprints” Take time to invest in the environment and properly working equipment    Everyone at Jim’s shop says “goodbye” to one another, something Matt was not used to at first- creates positive attitudes and cohesive culture  Leaving after 14 years for the same but new jobEveryone is afraid of the unknown and what could happen Matt didn’t leave because of money, left because it was time and unhappy with the culture of the dealership- the dealership had a counter offer for him when he put in his 2 week notice which was more money. More money didn't change the issues of why he wanted to leave. Be careful making choices based on money- often times it will not make you happier If you are burned out from your job always remember there are other opportunities available  Resources:
      Thanks to Matt Manzone and Jim Fleischman for their contribution to the aftermarket’s premier podcast. Link to the ‘BOOKS‘ page highlighting all books discussed in the podcast library HERE. Leaders are readers. Find every podcast episode HERE. Every episode segmented by Series HERE. Key Word Search HERE. Be socially involved and in touch with the show:
      Facebook   Twitter   Linked In   Email
      Listen for free on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spreaker, iHeart Radio, Spotify, Podchaser and many more. Mobile Listening APP's HERE
      Join the Ecosystem - Subscribe to the INSIDER NEWSLETTER HERE.
      Buy me a coffee

      This episode is brought to you by AAPEX, the Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo. AAPEX represents the $740 billion global automotive aftermarket industry and has everything you need to stay ahead of the curve.  The Virtual AAPEX Experience 2020 is in the record books. Virtual AAPEX lived up to presenting leading-technical and business management training from some of the industry’s best and brightest. Now set your sights on the homecoming in Las Vegas in 2021. Mark your calendar now … November 2-4, 2021, AAPEX // Now more than ever.

      This episode is brought to you by Shop-Ware Shop Management. It’s time to run your business at its fullest potential with the industry’s leading technology. Shop-Ware Shop Management will increase your efficiency with lightning-fast workflows, help your staff capture more sales every day, and create very happy customers who promote your business. Shops running Shop-Ware have More Time and generate More Profit—join them! Schedule a free live demonstration and find out how 30 minutes can transform your shop at getshopware.com/carm
      Click to go to the Podcast on Remarkable Results Radio
    • By Joe Marconi
      What Your Customers Want to Tell You…But Don’t
      Auto shop owners and managers:
      Join us for a free webinar series and learn firsthand what actual customers think about the auto repair experience.
      To learn more about the online event and to register, click the link below:
      https://mitchell1.com/micro/elite-event/
       


  • Our Sponsors



×
×
  • Create New...