“Embrace it and Go for it!” – with Dr. Steve G. Jones

“Whatever you do… whatever your passion is… whatever you feel good about… whatever your contribution is… embrace that!” – It’s no wonder that I’m always so delighted to talk to Dr. Steve G. Jones.  And this time is no exception.

Steve is a renowned hypnotherapist and the author of many, many books – but I think what excites me the most when I sit down with my friend, is the opportunity to bring his tremendous wit and insight to you on the topic of how simple it is to make money online.

People say that the easiest way to succeed is to copy someone that has already done what you are wanting to do and Steve is definitely one of the stars in this area.  I can’t wait for you to hear his story.

After WATCHING the interview, read my ‘notes’ below the video and then scroll to the bottom of the page to leave a comment.Or, to just READ the highlights, click the link at the bottom of the page.

Does that leave you feeling EMPOWERED?

It should.  Really think about that.

Everything you need, you’ve already got inside you.  Just embrace it and share it!  That’s really the secret to succeeding in any business – online, brick-and-mortar, start-up or established. It all comes down to what you have to offer and figuring out how to share that with the world in the most effective way possible.

We all have inside of us something WONDERFUL and POWERFUL. Embrace it and go for it. Dr. Steve G. Jones

Think about your own life.

What did you do for fun this week? What got you excited? What did you feel a tingle of anticipation about when you thought about getting to do it?

Or, what did you excel at?  What is that one thing that you do so easily that seems to stump other people — and you don’t understand why they are making it so much harder than it has to be?

There is a genius in you.  A talent, or ability, or knowledge that is so familiar to you – that you do so easily, you may not even think about it as an ability. It just seems normal.

So, take a few moments over the next few days noticing the things that come easily to you. The things that other people might ask you to help them with.

These “hidden treasures” are really important for you to recognize.  Because if you’re not already incorporating them into a business or revenue-driving opportunity, it’s the perfect time to start!

Was there something in the interview with Steve that really touched you or inspired you?  Don’t be afraid to share! Scroll to the bottom of this page and leave a comment. It not only helps me know what you like (and what to bring you more of) but your words might be the exact thing that someone else needs to hear.

Note: Please know that we greatly appreciate all of your thoughts and ideas but to try and cut down on people trying to spam our site, we automatically delete comments with links to websites or videos on other sites.

You are a unique and integral part of this community so THANK YOU for reading, watching and joining the conversation at whatever level you choose to participate with us!
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About Dr. Steve G. Jones, Ed.D.
Practicing hypnotherapy since the 1980s, Steve is the author of over 22 books on Hypnotherapy. He brings his work to a mass audience by offering his custom hypnotherapy CDs and MP3s online. In fact, he is the creator of the largest set of hypnosis recordings in the world. For a free gift and to learn more about Steve, visit: betterlivingwithhypnosis.net
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56 Comments

  1. Diana June 8, 2016 at 2:37 am - Reply

    Very inspiring video! Needed that reminder! Thank you Sabrina and Dr. Steve G. Jones!

  2. Elizabeth Weiss June 8, 2016 at 4:53 am - Reply

    Informal and engaging conversation around ideas that were new to me. Will be watching a second time around.

  3. Ellen Burton June 8, 2016 at 5:07 pm - Reply

    Very encouraging to anyone who is thinking of becoming an entrepeneur. In fact, it plants the possibility of taking what you love to do and making it work as a business. Glitches along the way–yes–appreciated the example Sabrina gave of the male dancer earning his “dancing shoes”. (Liked the illustration of the deer attachment) Adjustments always have to be made to progress to the next phase. May feel uncomfortable at first, but determination and practice raises confidence and is the path to success. Informative and fun interview.

  4. Janice June 8, 2016 at 6:59 pm - Reply

    Judging yourself…something I do and have done all my life, and never thinking I’m good enough to do what I love, if I could ever figure out what that was…

    • Sabrina Truscott June 9, 2016 at 5:56 pm - Reply

      So many people can relate to that, Janice. It seems like the easiest thing in the world would be to figure out what you love but so many people have a disconnect with that – perhaps because we’re not really taught to listen to our own inner voices that way. But ironically, it seems so easy to listen to the judging voices — which are usually just other people’s voices and opinions that we’ve learned over the years. People that now we are just letting live rent-free in our heads.

  5. Bob Burton June 8, 2016 at 7:00 pm - Reply

    I enjoyed the interview with Steve Jones. His point appears to foster the idea of taking an existing regional brand and expanding it exponentially to a global brand. His products then moved from discs, speeches and books to on-line sales. Presumably, but not mentioned, is a subscription model as well. This is a path often taken by many authors, service providers, retailers and manufacturers.

    The reference to passion and Reality TV are somewhat sketchy in terms of how one would be able to build a global brand from scratch. One would expect that this would be a more daunting effort.

    • Sabrina Truscott June 9, 2016 at 5:52 pm - Reply

      Hi Bob! Thanks for the comment. What I got from that was that Steve was emphasizing that the important thing is to begin – that you never know where synchronicity and just the weirdness of life will step in and give you a boost. But if you are playing to your strengths and following your passion, you can’t really go wrong because you’re doing what you love until something happens to take off. 🙂

  6. Julie June 8, 2016 at 9:51 pm - Reply

    Loved the video! It definitely resonated with me on many issues. Particularly liked Steve’s last comment about the wizard of OZ. Thank you Sabrina

  7. Willy B. June 9, 2016 at 3:06 pm - Reply

    Great video! Thank you Sabrina. You rock!

  8. jermain amburayan June 10, 2016 at 2:58 pm - Reply

    thank you steve for sharing those ideas with me. my name is Jermain n i live in Malaysia.
    at 56 years of age, i m just discovring that teaching n talking n encouraging peolple is what i do best. i was working in a bank as an IT professional purely for the money iy paid me n i really enjoyed the job because of the money. i felt respected by society ,i cud buy anything i desired etc.but after i retired due to illness , i had no idea what i wanted to do, becoming a dedicated housewife made me happy for a while but when my husband walked out on me n my children. i was devastated.
    it was then i discovered that teaching is what i enjoyed coz it comes naturally to me n to inspire my students, that gives me a real high.
    i get paid dollars for hours but i dont mind coz i have more bonding time with my children.
    but i hv decided to teach in a professional way by joining a private school.
    in the meantime i hv joined a company thats putting education in the APP biznes n they doing network marketing. i bought the virtual franchise n now i find myself trying to meet deadlines n other people seem to be doing so well financially but i m not. wat am i doing wrong coz i m so stressed now.?

    • Sabrina Truscott June 16, 2016 at 1:19 pm - Reply

      Thank you for sharing, Jermain. First, congratulations on finding your unique talent! Second, BREATHE. Do what is in front of you. If you have more than one option, listen to your inner voice about what feels the most right for you. And trust that. And if your real joy is in working for other people, there is nothing wrong with that. But how about trying, for a few minutes a day, to create something for yourself. With all of your life experience to choose from, I’m sure there is much you could draw on and share with people. Find some topic or niche and just spend a few minutes each day, writing a book, or shooting a YouTube video. The more you try, the more you’ll know what seems right. But in having found what you love, congratulations! That’s a huge first step!

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    Very exited and help to empower daily life. Wishing moment

    • Sabrina Truscott June 23, 2016 at 9:31 pm - Reply

      Awesome, Nava! Anything that helps us to empower our daily life is crucial!!

  10. ammal June 25, 2016 at 12:41 pm - Reply

    Very inspiring yet hard to apply especially when you are feeling yourself stressed and depressed . I have been working directly with people helping them trying to make them able to overcome their problems .all of a sudden life started to become so hard on mine to a level i unable to apply what i advise others , so many financial problems and more and more ………..

    • Sabrina Truscott June 28, 2016 at 3:26 pm - Reply

      I do understand. It’s ironic that of all of my clients, the ones whose job it is to help others often find it hardest to devote time to themselves. We all know that we need to take care of ourselves first. Even on a plane, they tell us to get our own oxygen mask on before trying to help another person. But nurturers find that very hard to do. It sounds like you need to devote some time each day to de-stressing… meditating, Qigong… even a simple walk around the block (leaving your phone at home.) Any step in that direction, no matter how small, can open the way for more. 🙂

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  22. Sarah September 5, 2016 at 12:47 pm - Reply

    Very good video and nice to virtually meet you Sabrina, great interview with Steve by the way.

    I follow Steve and his work, and his products are very good. I wish he would talk more about the business back end stuff to do with success. I have been looking into the whole Internet marketing thing and it is huge, vast and mind-blowing. For one person with no budget, I am struggling even though I know my passion and want to help others. There are plenty of gurus who will sell you courses on this or that way to do it but right now I wish I had a virtual marketer who could work with me to sort it all out, or clone myself 4 times over so I could do everything myself.

    The mindset stuff is one piece but the marketing and business sides are a whole different ball game to a one woman band with no real budget, just passion. Any tips?

    • Sabrina Truscott September 5, 2016 at 7:44 pm - Reply

      Hi Sarah! Lovely to hear from you. We try to always provide inspiration and ideas with an eye toward implementing what you CAN, now. Maybe on an extremely low budget, you can start by using Facebook to post more content around your area of passion — to get more fans (who will one day convert to customers.) Or, if you have a blog, make a point to regularly post blog material. Both of these approaches are relatively free and a great way to start becoming known as an expert in your field. Mainly, the idea is to start where you are, and move out from there. 🙂

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  24. Albina November 29, 2016 at 4:31 pm - Reply

    Wow! It feels amazing when I read your comment Sabrina about help yourself first- the airplane example:) I’ve been telling it to people I care for a long time. However I hardly apply it to myself. It seems I can’t break the rat race n build something I’d be exited about
    All those quiet moments with myself do not bring the answers

    • Sabrina Truscott November 29, 2016 at 6:16 pm - Reply

      So glad it resonated with you Albina! Just continue to let yourself be open and take moments to Listen. Also, if nothing is currently exciting you, take opportunities to try new things. I even do that myself. I allocate a certain amount of time and resources each month to learning something new or trying something different. I’ve had some amazing opportunities present themselves by doing that! And it seems less overwhelming when you think in short time intervals rather than ‘what do i want to do with my life’ 🙂

  25. denis February 27, 2017 at 1:27 am - Reply

    Sabrina, thank you for what you do, sharing your gifts!! I discovered you in the middle of last night while watching a video from my main man, Carl Harvey. Fantastic content! Looking forward to growing in the community. I really enjoy how you weave humor into your interviews. I have put out my intention to start an online business this year, and say “bye bye 9-5” once and for all, then truly live MY life on MY terms.

    • Sabrina Truscott February 27, 2017 at 2:52 pm - Reply

      Hi Denis and Welcome! Thanks for the kind worlds. And it’s great that you not only set your intention but that you declared it here. People sometimes miss how powerful that can be. YOUR life on YOUR terms. Great! 🙂

  26. DonnA Sparaco August 5, 2017 at 9:38 pm - Reply

    I am a huge follower of Laws of Attracton and am right this hot minute, creating my brand that blossomed and evolved when a community came together, organically, because I kept doing FB LIVE even when we found out my sweet husband was sick with cancer. I know now, that people were following hope, Pietro passed on in Nov of 2016, but my Daily DoseA DonnA is not about sadness or despair, but rather, deliberately reaching for JOY. This week, I am officially launching my YouTube channel. (YAY!) Thank you for sharing this, as I am turning this into a revenue producing business and am still figuring out exactly what that means! I look forward to more interviews Sabrina!! (Current website is not up yet, but comping soon!) and I totally loved the bantering at the end of the interview!

    • Sabrina Truscott August 21, 2017 at 9:41 pm - Reply

      Thanks, Donna! For your kind words and for choosing to be a light in a time of adversity!

  27. Julie August 10, 2017 at 1:47 am - Reply

    Hi Sabrina, really enjoyed your interview with Steve. I am actually acquainted with Steve;s work as i have purchased a number of his hypnosis tapes. I thoroughly enjoy them. I haven.t used all that i purchased but the ones i have listened to have been inspiring. I have his Wealth one and his abundance, plus a number of others.

    • Sabrina Truscott August 21, 2017 at 9:39 pm - Reply

      Yes, Steve’s great isn’t he? Great heart and he really knows his stuff! Thanks for reaching out!

  28. Lady Bonser August 17, 2017 at 3:45 am - Reply

    I loved the reference to the line from “Tinman”. I’ve always taken the same meaning from it that the good Doctor mentioned. The cool part is that in his context it personalized it for me. Like you said, I have it in me. I just need to accept its existence & embrace it. Thank you for making that connection for me!!

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