What is a Successful Mind?
To be successful, you need a successful mind.
A successful mind is fully awake to the present moment. It is a mind unobstructed by fear, doubt, worry or regret. A mind that remains calm, focused and confident, even in difficult situations.
A successful mind is organised and open, capable of learning quickly, thinking clearly, planning carefully, acting decisively and adapting fluidly to changing circumstances. It is able to hold clear inner vision and sustain motivation to achieve long-term goals; a mind that can “see, believe, achieve.”
A successful mind is unburdened by old wounds and bad habits. It brings balance and growth to the most important areas of life.
Rarely the result of happenchance, a successful mind is built by sincere and dedicated efforts.
How to Build a Successful Mind
Or, What is the Successful Mind Program?
The Successful Mind Program is designed to help you overcome your limitations, to become the best version of yourself and to realise your full potential.
The program has emerged to meet a growing demand. In order to succeed in the new millenium you must invest in more than the knowledge and skills of your trade – you must invest in the development of your being. The Successful Mind Program draws upon clinical experience, latest scientific research, timeless myths and traditional wisdom. It and on the works of influential figures in the field of self-advancement (such as Jung, Rumi, Helminski, Emmerson, Moore and Gilette, Watson and Watson, Csikszentmihalyi and others).
With the help of the Successful Mind Program you begin finding yourself more “in the flow” on a regular basis. You start losing yourself in what you value most and producing your finest outcomes. If you follow the program you will see your physical, mental, emotional and spiritual needs being met in abundance. It comes to be as if for every one step you take forward, success rushes a hundred steps towards you.
The Successful Mind Program provides ongoing support to students, athletes, professionals and success-seekers of every kind. The program involves a combination of 1-on-1 sessions of coaching and hypnosis, simple home-based exercises, recorded targeted hypnosis, coaching calls and, if required, accountability messaging. Sessions are conducted in-person in Camberwell, Melbourne, Australia, or online via Skype.
The program is adapted to meet your individual needs. It is focused on you and your personal development. There are three service categories available to choose from. Corporate and group coaching are also available. Contact us to discuss your needs.
Meet Your Coach / Hypnotherapist
James Gibbs has been practicing professional clinical hypnotherapy for almost ten years. In that time he has helped hundreds of people beat anxiety, depression, phobias, and bad habits, and helped them unleash their strengths and live with calm, natural confidence. Also since 2008, James has been presenting for The Odyssey Program, running workshops for teenage boys in high schools around Australia, discussing topics affecting teenage boys (masculinity, mateship, drugs, anger, stress, depression, decision-making, girls, etc.) and imparting tools to help them navigate their journey into manhood. He was formally trained at the Essex Institute of Clinical Hypnosis, in England, and has a degree in science from Monash University. He is currently undertaking Masters of Teaching (Secondary) at La Trobe University.
James has a keen interest in science, philosophy, health and spirituality. His focus is on the workings of the human mind and its capacity for learning, healing, changing, connecting and growing. He continues to study and utilise – both with clients and himself – techniques and methods for developing awareness, willpower and emotional regulation, as well as that which promotes inner healing and optimal function. His clinical practice, Gibbs Hypnotherapy, and the Successful Mind Program, operate from an office in Camberwell (Melbourne, Australia).
In his private life, James enjoys gardening, playing music and spending time with his wife and two young boys. He is also devoted to the practice and teaching of traditional Japanese martial arts.