Tell us about your journey! What led you to this point?
I’ve had an interest in philosophy, theology, science, and people from a very young age, and I never saw the division between them all that other people did. Instead, I saw the many overlaps that link them together.
I spent a lot of my free time studying and learning about these different fields and how the connect to one another, so much so that it became a hobby. Due to my dedication and enduring fascination with the topics, it wasn’t long before I began to form my own ideas from everything that I read.
In the meantime, I was self-employed. In fact, I’ve always worked for myself, and in the past tried out a bunch of different ideas to see what would stick. The longest-running enterprise I had was a successful computer business. It started out when my daughter’s school needed help with their systems, and I decided to take on the challenge of sorting the problem myself. For the next 15 years, I worked for plenty of different schools and other organisations and made good money doing it. But, while it became lucrative, it was never my passion. Then, due to budget cuts at many of the eight schools I was working for, my business was forced to close.
When that happened, I decided to put the wide range of skills and knowledge I had acquired over my lifetime to better use. I wanted to help others and, at the same time, better understand people, the things that they do, and why they do them.
This decision proved to be a turning point in my life. As a result, I formed the Rapid Pain Elimination Therapy program in 2014, which provided me with the basis for my current program. Now focusing my efforts on the revolutionary practice of Sanomentology, I help to heal people through the awesome power of their dreams.
Part of my role is to work one-on-one with clients. However, my main focus at the moment is on training others to do the same. As a result of my efforts, my Sanomentology program currently has 372 practitioners across the world. Right now, my hope is to make it the biggest, most successful therapeutic service in the world.
What has been your biggest achievement?
I would have to say that my biggest achievement has been training and supporting so many practitioners across the globe. With Sanomentology being such a new practice, it is not something that comes easily to all people. There are a lot of complex concepts to grasp that weave information and approaches from different disciplines. When people do get it, though, it has the power to transform clients’ lives.
So, in training up practitioners in different parts of the world, I am indirectly helping to improve the quality of life of thousands of people, which is far more than I could do on my own.
What’s the biggest result you help your clients to achieve?
Sanomentology has a great deal of potential in a wide range of areas. However, more than anything else, it helps people to achieve clarity, which is something that is so often lacking in their lives. Then, with clarity comes peace of mind and hope for the future, too. With these three essential ingredients, people who undertake Sanomentology get a real chance to fulfil their potential and achieve their dreams.
What would be your biggest piece of advice for readers who want to achieve the same?
It is vital that you always listen to learn, not just to respond, and realise that what other people have to say can teach you a great deal. Oftentimes, this means being a more openminded, openhearted person.
When you open your mind and heart, you also start to accept people more for who they are, rather than expecting them to be who you want them to be. This will allow you to do things from a place of love and not from fear, and help you to find exciting opportunities to seek fulfilling collaboration rather than futile competition.
Adopt this sort of mindset and approach to life, and you’ll start to see that the future is amazing for those who grasp it with both hands.
What are the biggest mistakes you see people make and how can they be avoided?
The biggest mistake I see these days is people attempting to get an easy ride. But, instant success isn’t possible, especially if you don’t do the leg work. Unfortunately, though, a lot of people don’t see that. Rather, they see problems instead of opportunities and are driven by their fears: of success, of failure, and of judgement.
The easiest way to avoid these fears and the personal and professional stagnation that they bring is to simply trust yourself and be authentic always, never sell out your beliefs and vision, and accept others without judgment.
How do you plan on further growing your business?
My plan is to continue training practitioners globally so as to build a bigger presence across the world. The intention is to make Sanomentology a household name and reputable brand, known for helping people to move forwards in spite of their issues.
Where can the readers find you?