'Change Your Life In 7 Days'

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Success and happiness are not accidents that randomly happen to some but not others. So says hypnotist Paul McKenna.

England's answer to Dr. Phil, McKenna is watched by millions across the globe. He is known for his celebrity clientele, ranging from models to rock stars.

Now, he's sharing his techniques in a new self-book, that he claims shows you how to "Change Your Life In Seven Days."

He will visit The Saturday Early Show to talk about it. Stay tuned!

Read an excerpt from his book.


You hold in your hands a book that has the power to change your life forever.

Does that seem like an outlandish claim? So many of the people I've guided to achieving their desires started out wondering how it is possible and ended up astounding themselves. Now it's your turn. Don't underestimate the power of the system in this book. I promise you-it will change your life!
Success and happiness are not accidents that just happen to some people and not to others-they are predictable results created by deliberate ways of thinking and acting, ways that I'll be sharing with you over the next seven days. As the saying goes, success is all about luck-ask any failure!


People who attend my seminars are always amazed when we cure lifelong phobias in less than an hour, or clear up supposedly deep-seated issues in just a few days. But most people can think of a time when their lives changed in just a few moments. Perhaps it was getting a new piece of important information, or meeting a special someone and knowing that your life would never again be the same.

Here is the reason why change can happen so quickly:

The changes that matter most are more often changes in perception than changes in the world outside us. And we can change the way we perceive the world in a heartbeat.

In fact, the myth that it takes a long time to change has only been around for about a hundred years, when Freudian analysis became the dominant influence in the treatment of psychosomatic illness. What makes this point of view ironic is that the goal of psychoanalysis has never been to change people, but rather to help them gain a deeper understanding of why they are the way they are. In my work, understanding is the booby prize!

Sometimes even a small change can make a huge difference. For example, imagine you and another person are driving along two straight roads, stretching side by side off into the infinite distance. Now imagine that one of those roads shifts even a tiny bit away from the other. At first the difference might seem imperceptible. But over time, that small change in direction would take you to an entirely different destination from the other person.

The techniques contained in Change Your Life in Seven Days are state of the art, offering not only the latest software but also a whole new operating system for your body and mind.