Chris Richards is a mindset mentor for 6-figure entrepreneurs who recognize that
after focusing on their marketing, sales and business strategies, there are internal barriers to entrepreneurs’ success. These are often deep-seated fears, doubts and anxieties that can undermine and even cripple their progress.
In addition to being a certified coach, Chris has a wealth of expertise and experience in psychology. He has developed a very special hypnosis method that combines the best of Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Hypnotherapy, Neurology and evidence-based Positive Reinforcement Conditioning.
Chris’ clients regularly go from earning $10K-$20K per month to over $100K per month and beyond—but do it without fears, old money thinking patterns, anxiety or old habits getting in the way.
In this episode of the Go For Launch podcast, Chris reveals the main internal issues entrepreneurs face—and how to overcome them.
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