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5 Questions to as Before Hiring a Hypnotist All Events How To / Instructional
A Professional Stage Hypnotist would be able to answer all of your questions, and you will feel more secure knowing you are receiving professional services. You will also be insuring your hypnotic show will be a success and your school will have a fun event they will remember for years.
The Five Questions You Should Ask:
1) Is the Hypnotist Insured for the Stage?
The professional hypnotist should have a liability policy. Most schools require this policy for entertainers to perform at their event. This is an investment to protect themselves, you or the students.To perform without stage insurance is dangerous, irresponsible on the hypnotist part.
2) Is the hypnotic show performed solo or with assistance?
Hypnotists will try to save money so they perform as a solo performer.
Keeping an eye on the volunteers on stage are unsafe while playing their music, while performing for the audience. Often this looks unorganized and jeopardize the safety of the volunteers. Hiring a hypnotist that has a assistant to handle unforeseen issues provides safety for your volunteers and lets the show run smoothly.
3) Is the hypnotist professionally trained?
A stage hypnotist should have received professional training.
Be carefully of those who may have learned everything they know from a book. Usually a trained hypnotist have been doing stage work for a loing period of time and not a few shows part time or for a year. Some have never done a show and have learned it off the internet be careful. Be careful what you pay for cheap is not necessary the right choice. It might be a diseater.
4) Does the hypnotist have a Promo video and Past Shows?
See if there is a Promo video available from past shows. If there is no promo be wary you might be receiving a show that is not a quality performance. Look at testimonies or past performances
5) Is the hypnotist a full-time professional or part-time amateur?
Booking a hypnotist should be a professional , ask yourself, or is that person a "Amateur" hypnotist? An amateur hypnotist with a full-time career in another area, that comes out on occasion to make some extra money? These are the ones that have little or no experience, no professional status, no insurance or proper training etc.
Hiring a Hypnotist takes some time and asking questions is the first step in finding the right one.
Written by The Hypnotist Pattie of Scottsdale, AZ
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