An important aspect of business for hypnotists is keeping track of emerging social media platforms.  How do you know which ones to get involved with and which ones to stay away from?  It's tricky.

Zach Pincince trained with us in 2018, and when he finished his training he immediately started working on his social media branding, primarily through Instagram and YouTube.  But then, Zach heard about a lesser-known platform called Tik Tok, which was getting more attention with young people.  He joined the platform, and in just months skyrocketed to the top hypnotist profile on the platform amassing over two MILLION followers.  In this interview, Paul and Zach talk about what it's been like for Zach to become "Tik Tok famous," how he's leveraged that fame to help him on his other social platforms, and what it has meant for his business so far.

Stage hypnotism is an art form.

When asked to speak at a conference for stage hypnotists in 2018, I framed my presentation right away from a perspective that was bound to make some people in the room uncomfortable, but it's important that we be honest about what's going on in our profession: there's a serious lack of innovation.
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Forgive the rawness of the video, but I wanted to show the real process I go through when I'm generating content for my show.  No fancy lighting, no effects.  This is me in my living room grinding through the creative process.

In this video, Paul briefly explains how some of the less popular, or less common, markets for stage hypnotists operate.  Each market has different pay levels, buyers, and time commitments.

From holiday parties to national sales meetings and major branding events, the corporate market can be a lucrative one for stage hypnotists.

There are approximately 4,000 colleges in the United States.  How do you get work with them as a stage hypnotist?

The high school market is a great market to work with!  In this video Paul shares some of the key features you need to know about when working with the high school market.

Take some time to think about the markets you might be working in if you get into stage hypnotism.  Some will fit your lifestyle better than others.  Some are more lucrative than others.

Stage hypnosis is still questioned by many.

Stage hypnosis has been my career since 2004, and in that span of time I've hypnotized approximately 25,000 people.  High school students, college students, and adults at corporate events and theater shows have shared the experience with me.  My audiences have been as small as 25 people, and as large as 1600.  Throughout it all, there have always been, and always will be, naysayers and skeptics.  And that's okay.

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