Feb 12, 2019
THREE surprising things a fashion designer turned hypnotizing business coach can teach you about writing your next bestselling book.
Our guest today, Bri Seeley, started her entrepreneur adventure at a young age and today, she is Hypnotherapist and Coach who hosts the popular Permission to Leap Podcast and wrote a bestselling book with over 115 reviews called Permission to Leap: The Six-Phase Journey to Bring Your Vision to Life. You may have seen her on the TODAY Show or Forbes!
She has many tips and insights you'll want to hear.
We talk about:
- Abroad adventure, watching TV shows to learn Italian
- Shutting down her fashion business
- Hypnosis therapy and the path to getting started
- Rapid Transformational Therapy: Brains are like computers running old apps
- A clear message to write a book
- Off to Seattle to write a book, wrote it in 3 weeks
- How do you eat an elephant? Baby steps to writing a book
- Advice around promoting your book: street team and reviews
- Put exercises in the book and other reader bonuses
- Wrote one chapter at a time, out of order
- 3 editors to help with flow and consistency
- “Future Self Meditation”
- Cats on Instagram
Bri Seeley is a born catalyst and natural truth-teller with a history in psychology and entrepreneurship. Despite her two degrees in fashion design, she was unknowingly taken down the path of healing and transforming lives as a coach and hypnotherapist through a series of “accidents,” “coincidences”, and divine guidance.
She combines a lifetime of personal experience, psychological concepts, hypnotherapy, and Universal Laws with over a decade of entrepreneurship, coaching, and counseling expertise to support people in turning their back on the life of ‘should’ to begin unapologetically living their truth and walking their soul’s path.
Her specialty is truly helping people accelerate their destiny to become their future selves today. Bri’s best-selling book, Permission to Leap, is available now on Amazon. You may have seen her on NBC’s The TODAY Show, Forbes, Thrive Global, Medium, New Day Northwest, and Huffington Post.