James Tripp is a UK-based and internationally recognized and respected transformative coach, people developer, and teacher of hypnosis and influential communication. He is also the developer of the critically acclaimed Hypnosis Without Trance approach to hypnosis.
In this interview, James opens up about his struggles with intense anxiety as a young man, and how he dug himself out of it and turned his life around. He contrasts the victim mindset with the owner mindset, and offers strategies on making the shift from living as a victim to living as an owner.
Next, we ask James what people can do to get out of their heads and into the world. He walks us through how to identify and eliminate fears, doubts, and limiting beliefs. He emphasizes the importance of letting go of our past, and realizing that our thoughts are not reality.
James then explains how to cultivate higher and more resourceful mental states. He talks about how to overcome anxiety by imagining ourselves in new places and situations. He also discusses self-esteem and self-image, and offers strategies on how we can re-engineer our self-image. James describes the process of discovering our felt sense and shifting our internal beliefs.
Finally, James talks about how to adopt a creative mindset to make massive changes in our lives. He gives advice on committing to change, thinking big, and expanding our comfort zones. He closes with an inspirational message to the listeners to embrace reality as a medium of infinite possibility.