I come from an extremely eclectic background, as do many hypnotherapists. I first qualified as a therapist in 1989 and was almost instantaneously successful - for the first time in my life, in fact, because before that I was what can be best described as a serial poor-achiever, in spite of monumental efforts.
Those efforts included: TV engineer, electronics design, tailor, carpet-layer, computer programmer, furniture shop assistant, factory hand, salesman (fire extinguishers and alarms) and part time rock 'n' roller (lead guitar)... some of those 'callings' overlapping with my life as a professional ballroom and latin-american dancer, running my own school for some thirty years.
I discovered the world of hypnotherapy by accident but took to it instantly and at 48 years old suddenly realised that I had most definitely found my niche! I had also discovered a great truth:
You'll never know how you could be if you decide to stay as you are...