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would grab your attention. Who in their right mind would allow a child to smoke?
Would your parents encourage you to smoke? .. or would you encourage your children to
smoke? I don’t think so. The question is: Do you need help to quit
smoking? I have Good news for you; you’ve come to the right place! Whether you’ve tried
to stop smoking and failed, never attempted to give up or even if you have no intention
to give up smoking at this moment: I have a method that is 99% guaranteed to work for you! The following video contains information that
could hold the key to you successfully stopping smoking. I will reveal to you how I stopped
smoking easy and painlessly without suffering any withdrawal symptoms. I want to applaud
you for taking the time to watch this video and for taking this positive step forward.
I’m confident that by following my advice and guidelines you will be mentally prepared
to tackle and break your smoking habit for good. Famous motivational speaker and author Zig Ziglar a once quoted; “People don’t tend to
wander around and then suddenly find themselves at the top of Mount Everest.” Similarly, smokers
who don’t adopt a strategy to stop smoking are unlikely to ever quit smoking.
By taking this seemingly small step and deciding to follow this video through, you’re taking
a giant step towards achieving your goal. The following might sound like a bold statement
to make, but, even if you’re not planning to stop smoking now, by following my advice
you have a 99% chance of permanently stopping smoking: So take Action now!!
Who am I, you ask, to have such an authority in this subject?
Let me just give you some facts about me. I was a smoker myself and smoked heavily for
30 years. Before I quit smoking I was chain smoking
between 60 and 100 cigarettes per day. I attempted to stop smoking a number of times
using different methods and failed. I tried everything; nicotine gum, nicotine patches,
e-cigarettes and even hypnotherapy. All of which failed to stop me from smoking.
I wasn’t able to climb a flight of steps without getting out of breath.
I would suffer from sharp pains in my chest and a constant pressure in my head.
I have to point out that I gave up smoking at a very dramatic time in my life;
My wife walked out of me leaving me with our 2 children.
I was out of work and on the brink of bankruptcy, I was under tremendous stress and close to
having a nervous breakdown. But yet I still managed to give up smoking
without suffering any withdrawal symptoms and realized that smoking wasn’t helping me
at all. Quite the opposite, it was a major cause for increasing my stress and anxiety
levels. In fact, stopping smoking was life changing
for me. Not only because of the health, social and financial benefits, which are of course
very important. For me, the biggest challenge was to take
control of my life and the fact that I decided to quit, took action and achieved my goal
was as important as all the other advantages. What made me more determined and feeling positive
that I would finally quit smoking, was the thought that if I could make this decision
and follow it through, I would also be capable of achieving other major goals in my life.
The result of achieving my goal became the foundation of a new positive and decisive
me and to this day is helping me to achieve other major goals in my life.
My success story proves that it’s never the right time to stop smoking. It doesn’t matter
how stressed you are or what challenges you’re facing at the moment you can still give up
smoking. This video provides the guidance to help you stop smoking, so take the initiative
and make that decision now! Stopping smoking has helped me change my life for the better.
I see a bright, happy future ahead of me. As an Ex-smoker I understand your predicament
and would like to help you change your life. You’re probably wondering: “How did you do
it then? How did you permanently stop smoking?” The simple answer is; I read and carried out
the teachings and philosophies of 2 life changing books. Allen Carr’s “Easy Way to Stop Smoking” Dr. Shad Helmstetter “What to say when
you talk to yourself” At this point you might be a bit skeptical
and not believe it is possible to stop smoking just by reading two books. Everyone makes
their own choices. You can either be skeptical, stop watching this video and continue to be
a smoker or you can follow my advice and give yourself a 99% chance of quitting smoking.
The powerful combination of these two influential books helped me to stop smoking permanently.
I won’t delve too much into the contents of these books as I am not as qualified to explain
their teachings as well as these two great authors. Nevertheless, I will give you a brief
outline and explain to you how these books helped me. I read Allen Carr’s “Easy Way to
Stop Smoking”. What’s unique about the book is that there are no scare tactics such as
statistics on lung cancer, heart attacks or strokes. The book does not focus on the negative
aspects of smoking. In the book Carr writes, “The health scares
would make it harder to stop”. For me this alone made the book much easier to read. All
smokers are aware of the health risks that come with smoking. After all, they’re written
all over cigarette packaging, and smokers don’t need to be reminded again and again.
Instead Carr explores the reasons why people smoke cigarettes in the first place and proves
to the reader that smoking does absolutely nothing for them apart from make them suffer,
spend a small fortune and be an outcast in modern society. It might sound a bit bizarre,
but his unique method also encourages the reader to continue smoking whilst reading
the book. Once I read the whole book I was ready to make my decision. That evening I
put out my last cigarette and haven’t touched one since.
In my experience from my previous failed attempts to stop smoking, I discovered that I had been
most vulnerable and started smoking again within the first 3 weeks after quitting smoking.
I had already read the book “What to say When You Talk To Yourself” By Dr. Shad Helmstetter.
This book deals with the issue of negative self talk. You feel vulnerable when stopping
smoking and it’s easy to talk yourself into smoking again. This is where this book proved
invaluable because it teaches you the right way to talk to yourself. The author believes
that just like a computer we can re-program our brain with Self-Talk by using the “Law
of Repetition”. The book contains a number of positive Self-Talk
affirmations, one of which is specifically for stopping smoking. I listened to an audio
version of these affirmations on a daily basis for about three weeks after I had quit smoking
and this definitely reaffirmed and instilled my commitment to stop smoking. Also it made
me feel good about stopping smoking. That was two and a half years ago and to this day
I’m nicotine free and an ex-smoker. In a following video I have compiled the no-smoking
affirmations into an audio format recommended by Dr. Shad Helmstetter himself. Once you’ve
watched this video, please click the link to take you to the “Self-Talk Quit Smoking
Permanently” video. Thank you for watching this video,
I’ve left direct links to Amazon.com, in the description below, where you can purchase
these life changing books for about $10 each: A small price to pay to permanently stop smoking.
I’d like to know how you get on, so please leave your comments below and tell us your