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Part 1: Close Up Radio Spotlights Christine Raymond of Next Level Endeavor

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Livermore, CA – Christine Raymond is a certified professional life and work coach, certified hypnotherapist and founder of Next Level Endeavor, where she offers corporate and individual balance coaching to maximize your potential and help you find joy.

Christine works with the Mind and Body connection and can teach you to use your mind to work for you instead of against you.

“I've always been a high achiever and I like working with people that really want to do more,” says Christine.

Christine can do all the things a traditional coach does, but when clients must confront self-limiting beliefs, she has a secret weapon to get rid of them fast: hypnosis.

The benefit of hypnosis, says Christine, is that it allows us to discover what is preventing us from achieving our goals and make changes at the unconscious level.

“Hypnosis is like visualization on steroids because you’re talking directly to the subconscious mind,” says Christine. “I just love to see people do well, and with hypnotherapy, you can see people progress so quickly.”

Christine teaches her clients how to focus, how to set goals, how to believe in those goals, but most importantly, how to push themselves toward achieving those goals. She says what most people need is a thought partner: someone to help them discover the answers within. A great coach asks great questions.

“It takes a lot of questions for someone to finally say, ‘I'm afraid to be happy,’ but once they do, their life changes in the most amazing ways,” says Christine. ‘When I can help someone see all of the possibilities in their life and really help them get there, that’s what gets me excited to wake up in the morning.”

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