Get rid of that smoking / dipping habit!*
Are you ready to Enjoy being Tobacco free?
What if you saw a huge advertisement in a Dallas / Fort Worth or other local newspaper that said: "QUIT Smoking and then START again!"
or: "New QUIT Smoking DRUG. WARNING! DANGEROUS SIDE EFFECTS!" Would you really want to sign up for one of these programs?
How many times have you QUIT smoking or using some form of tobacco? What methods did you use? Why didn’t they work?
When you're ready to stop, Hypnosis will help make it easier. Without gaining unhealthy weight! Without being bad-tempered or irritable! Without being angry! *
What should you do instead of quit smoking?
Think about when you’re driving and you see a red light or a stop sign. I know, if you’re like me, you might not really want to STOP, but you do – I’m assuming you’re a law abiding citizen here. And when you do STOP, you STOP with INTENTION and PURPOSE!
So now you see where I’m going with this. We need to make sure to give the SubConscious Mind suggestions and directions that it will understand and easily relate to so you the results you really want.
I teach people to STOP (not QUIT) smoking and then tie it into when they're driving and STOP their car at a stop sign, red light, or to park - with intention - and to STOP smoking with intention! Some people like to call it smoking cessation. I like "stop smoking" better. Makes sense. Doesn't it!
Why do cigarette / tobacco companies really HATE this man?
Because William C. Smith is a Board Certified Hypnotist who helps people just like You STOP smoking / STOP dipping / STOP using snuff! If You're ready to stop - then it's time to stop making excuses and call. *
Many people from Dallas stop smoking after they get help from William C. Smith? and not just Dallas, but Fort Worth, Plano, McKinney, Allen, Southlake, Frisco, Texoma, and beyond! Probably because they were referred by a friend or family member who went to him to for help with this or something else. Or they may have been referred by their Physician or other health care provider.
Here are some questions for you:
What do you risk if you continue smoking?
Cancer, problems with your heart, emphysema, asthma, stroke, and many more health risks. And MEN, did you know smoking can be a major contributor to erectile dysfunction? WOMEN, smoking can contribute to complications with pregnancy and low birth weights. Do you really think smoking is worth these risks?
Parade Magazine Feb. 3, 2008, sites a recent study conducted in the Netherlands that found that smoking increases the risk of Alzheimer's disease by as much as 50% in people 55 or older who don't already have a predisposition to the disease. The new study shows that, nicotine worsens the effects of a brain protein that causes Alzheimer's.
For a lot of people, that's scarier than cancer, heart attacks, strokes, or other health issues. Why? Because we know people who have recovered from Alzheimer's and dementia. But as of now, people don't recover from Alzheimer's and dementia!
And here's another question to think about:
What kind of example do you really want to set for your children, grandchildren, and other children?
Do you really want them to see you smoking and think it's OK?
What about the second-hand smoke you expose them to? Does that concern you?
Will those children be more likely or less likely to smoke if they see you smoking?
Here’s what I recommend:
Don’t forget to ask about my “BUDDY PLAN” to save money. The way it works is simple. If you know someone else who would like to become a NonSmoker / NonUser of tobacco. and the two of you come in together, at the same time, the second person can be added for 50% off the regular price. Now of course, you can divide that discount between you however you want to.
I’ve been offering this program for a while, but realize at some point I may decide to discontinue it, so don’t put it off any longer. Sign up with your “Buddy” soon.
Who can be your “Buddy”?
Click here to check out how I help people reduce stress.
Let me tell you about Larry, who wanted to stop smoking.*
Larry was a guy probably a lot like you. He started smoking when he was 16, in High School. Why? Because he was hanging around some older kids and he wanted to be more like them. He thought it made him look "cool", older, more mature. Can you relate to that?
When he came to me he was an "average" smoker. He was smoking a pack a day for over 20 years. Just like you, he had tried to "quit" before.
He had gone "cold turkey" - that lasted less than a week. He had tried the patch, but that didn't work either.
He even tried some of those dangerous drugs with scary side effects - you know, you've heard the commercials "warning, if thoughts of suicide....may cause depression ...." and that really scared him, but he was desperate. He had even gone for acupuncture - needles stuck into his skin.
None of those worked for Larry. When we were talking about it, I asked him why he didn't think they worked for him. He said he didn't know. I asked him if he had considered that none of those methods addressed the habit itself.
Of course his response was, "habit, no! It's not a habit! It's an addiction!" In fact, he told me he had heard that quitting (his word, not mine) smoking was harder than quitting heroin. Wonder where he got that idea - maybe the cigarette companies? Or other smokers who had tried some of the same things he had? *
I asked Larry -- "if it's an 'addiction', where are the Quit Smoking Addiction Centers where you can go spend 2, 4, 6 weeks or longer, check yourself in, and spend $5,000, $10,000 maybe up to $50,000?" Larry said he hadn't seen any.
Now just common sense would tell you, if it were truly an "addiction", there would be some in every city - and several in a city as large as Dallas! *
Larry listened and was beginning to see that some of his beliefs about smoking just may have been influenced by the cigarette / tobacco companies and by other people who didn't want him to succeed. Why wouldn't they want him to succeed? Because if he was able to stop, they wouldn't have any excuses any longer.
During the first part of the first session, we talked about some of these things I just mentioned, and I explained about Hypnosis. At first, Larry was a little concerned about Hypnosis - you know the usual stuff - wondering if he would bark like a dog, if I was going to use a pocket watch - stuff like that. I told him, he would always be in control, that when we finished the session,
* he might never have another cigarette and be done with it. *
* he might never have another cigarette, but would still have some thoughts, maybe cravings for a while*
* he might cut back - a little or a lot between this session and his next*
* he might just decide he wasn't ready to stop. *
I also told him
* I would address the "cravings" and "desires" by giving him suggestions for healthier cravings. *
* he would be able to reduce his stress - especially worry about his health, and the financial costs*
* and that by listening to the CD he would get, that he would find that he slept better and woke up feeling more energized and happier. *
Guess what Larry told me when he came back for his follow up session?
He said when he got out to his truck right after the session, he thought about having a cigarette. He used a couple of the tools I taught him and thought maybe he would have one when he got home to his wife - but he didn't. The next day when he woke up - he had his coffee as usual before work - but didn't have a cigarette. In fact, he didn't have a cigarette since his last session, which was a little over two weeks! *
Before his follow up session, he called me to ask if he even needed to come in. I told him it would be good. During that session, we really hit hard on the idea of being healthy and free of that habit for the rest of his life and remaining smoke free. He liked that. *
And that's what he did. Larry called me recently and thanked me again for helping him break that bad habit. He was celebrating FIVE YEARS of being smoke free! *
Elizabeth on the other hand had a different outcome.
A lot of the story was similar, but in addition to wanting to fit in with her friends and looking "cool", Elizabeth wanted to look older - more mature! Yeah right! A cigarette really makes a 15-year-old look older and more mature, doesn't it? Of course not!
Elizabeth was in her late 40's when she came to see me. She was concerned about her health, and also, she noticed the little wrinkles around her mouth, and other wrinkles on her face. She said she felt older and when she looked in the mirror she looked older than her sister - a non-smoker. The sister was five years older.
I used a special suggestion relating to smoking and getting older with Elizabeth. She really liked it. But when she called for her next session, she was very discouraged. She was still smoking almost a half a pack a day. Did I mention - she was smoking two sometimes three packs a day prior to our first appointment. *
We talked about how much improvement she had made - about an 80% reduction! She smiled and agreed, but she said she thought it was supposed to be like "MAGIC" - you know, snap my fingers or hit her on the head with a magic wand and she would completely forget about cigarettes and never want another one.
We did our second session. Did it work? It must have. Within six months, she sent me three referrals for this, and her husband for golf, and her doctor came in for stress reduction! *
So how about you? Are you ready to break the habit? *
It's safe, affordable, and effective - and NO SCARY SIDE EFFECTS! *
Here's what some of my clients have said about their sessions with me:
"You made stop smoking so easy. No problem! I’ve already referred eight of my friends and will refer others soon. Thanks.” -- Skip Allen -- Business Owner*
"I couldn't believe it! I thought about having a cigarette right after leaving your office, but I didn't. I thought it would be a problem wanting one with my coffee and when I was drinking with my friends, but even that wasn't a problem. Thanks again. It's been over five years now and I still haven't smoked and thanks to you and Hypnosis, I know I won't ever smoke another one." Larry Everman.*
"Thanks, I was worried about my health. My doctor told me I had to stop smoking, because of my family history of heart problems and cancer. I was afraid it would be hard because I had been smoking for over 20 years. Thanks. It was easy using hypnosis. You were great!" -- Jennifer Johnson -- business consultant *
"What did you do to me? When I left your office, I'll have to admit I had some doubts. It's been almost six months, and I haven't smoked a single cigarette. My children are so proud of me!" Elaine Roberts, Mother of four*
"Very effective. It was easy. It was fast. My little girl doesn't tell me I have bad breath anymore." Seth Bowerman -- restaurant manager*
"I tried the patch, acupuncture, the gum - I tried everything and none of them worked more than a couple of weeks. Just wanted to tell you it's been eight months now and I'm still a nonsmoker. Thanks so very much." Antoine Hamilton -- business owner *
“I wanted to quit smoking to present a more positive role model to the kids who see me perform. You helped me do it, quickly and easily. Thanks.” -- Ben C., Actor*
"I went to see my sister the other day and now, I am proud to say, I look like her younger sister again. She's older by two years, but everyone thought I was older - by at least five years! And I feel so much better. William, you helped me stop smoking once and for all using Hypnosis. And I really appreciate your support. When I came back in after that first session and hadn't stopped completely, I felt like a complete failure. You helped me realize that going from at least two packs a day to less than a half a pack a day was great progress. And now - I can promise you, I'll never smoke again! You helped set me free. Thanks so much!" Elizabeth Erenson*
"I was afraid I would gain weight. You assured me I wouldn't. You were right. In fact, I felt so good about stopping smoking that I started going back to the gym and lost 30 pounds!" Alex Dillard -- real estate investor*
Now of course your results will depend on you, your motivation, and your decision to use the Hypnosis program and tools I teach you in my office. It may seem like Magic - but it's Hypnosis - which is better, because it's real!
* Results will / may vary from person to person based on your desire to change and your commitment to use the tools and suggestions you are taught.
People from all around the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex have been coming to see me to help them with this and many other things as well since 2001 - from Plano, McKinney, Allen, Frisco, Prosper, Lewisville, Flower Mound, Denton, Mesquite, Garland, Burleson, Arlington, Southlake, even as far East as Tyler and Longview, and West to Wichita Falls. I've even had a married couple come to me from Houston because I had helped their son and daughter-in-law become non-smokers.