Stick Like Glue Radio #108 On this episode of Stick Like Glue Radio I interview bestselling author Dr. Steve Taubman. Steve wrote the book UnHypnosis and is a master at helping entrepreneurs remove the mental barriers to success. Don’t miss this powerful show.
In this episode, I interview Dr. Steve Taubman, author of #1 Amazon self help bestseller “UnHypnosis” in which he teaches individuals to reinvent their lives. In 1982 Steve graduated valedictorian from New York Chiropractic College and ran a successful practice in Vermont while building a strong network marketing business with nutritional products. He’s earned acclaim for his corporate presentations performing for companies like IMB, GE, Saturn, Inc. magazine and many others. Steve sold his practice in 1996 and after an extended stay in Central America returned to the United States, studied hypnosis and began performing his Hypnosis extravaganza throughout the US and Caribbean and was also featured on MSNBC.
Main Questions Asked
Talk about the hypnosis and how you are helping people remove mental barriers to success
What brought you to become an entrepreneur?
What made you decide to extend your practice into business and entertainment?
How did you mix the two areas of your life?
If you need to remove negativity before you implant positive messages then what are the tools?
If Steve can get people on stage to rapidly change their emotions, can he also change people’s mental state in business to be more empowered and remove anxiety?
If people get the book “UnHypnosis” are they going to get help? Is it self-help?
What holds new entrepreneurs and seasoned entrepreneurs back?
What are the barriers to procrastination?
What do you suggest for people who are waiting for things to ‘get easier’?
Is boredom a big factor in why people change?
Key Lessons Learned
Faith Mind- If you have your mind and heart in the right place then you have the right thing to say when the time comes
Once you know something it becomes part of who you are and what you do
We are fighting a sub conscious urge to stay the way we are that comes from years of programming
Until you remove the invisible wall you are not going to get where you want to go
Skill sets and creativity are fine but it won’t help until your mind is right
Some new entrepreneurs have “imposter syndrome” because they don’t feel as though they own what they are doing
Despondency and discouragement often hold back seasoned entrepreneurs from success
People get addicted to ‘externals’ (what is going on outside of their personal situation)
Don’t put your focus on ‘background noise’ and uncontrollable external issues
Boredom can be an ally or an enemy, so pay attention to your feelings
Don’t believe everything you think. We are often reactionary to our own thoughts