What All Coaches Ought to Know About How To Quit Smoking
The first thing you ought to know about how to quit smoking is that everything they tell you is a lie.
The biggest lie is that smokers are addicted to nicotine.
Really? Did you know that nicotine only takes 8 days to leave a person’s bloodstream completely? How addictive can a substance be if it leaves your system that quickly?
Smokers have some addiction to nicotine I would think, but that’s not what keeps them smoking.
And if you’ve had NLP Life Coach Training, you’ve already learned how to break addictions using anchors and other methods that really work.
How To Quit Smoking – Who Really Benefits?
But the billion-dollar pharmaceutical companies want people to believe that the nicotine habit is what keeps them smoking. Because that way, the billion-dollar pharmaceutical investors can support their practice of making lots of money off smokers who keep trying to quit, but never will.
And that brings me to the second thing all coaches ought to know about how to quit smoking. And that is, that as long as the pharmaceutical companies keep making billions on what they say is the cause, people will never know the real one.
And if you look online for a cure to smoking, you will see more of the same lies repeated over and over again.
Why? Because people sell things from those ads they put on their websites, and why work to do it, just copy and paste what everyone else is saying. It’s the easy way.
Coaches – Avoid This Trap
But as a coach, the most important thing you should know about helping people on how to quit smoking is – Most people don’t really want to stop smoking.
They say they do, but what they really mean is, I want to quit without doing anything or feeling bad in any way.
They want to magically go to bed one night as a smoker and wake up the next morning as a nonsmoker.
And again, if you’ve had NLP Life Coach Training, you know the right questions to ask to make sure you only work with the few people who really want to quit.
Otherwise, their failures become your failures. It happens a lot to ordinary coaches who don’t know the right questions to ask.
Successful coaches are in demand, are paid more, and live a happier, more fulfilled lifestyle.
Unsuccessful coaches do not.
So, if you are a coach working with people on how to quit smoking, or any area of life change, at least know the real facts.
It will help you and your clients become successful.