I Don't Want Him to Pick On Me!
It saddens me each time I hear this. I hear it a lot.
For a long time, and regrettably still, many stage hypnotists were arrogant sods who would manipulate people onto the stage, and humiliate them once there.
I cannot fathom why any business would think it good to treat its greatest asset, it's customers, so poorly.
As a result, many people have been turned off the enjoyment and creative fun of stage Hypno by the actions of certain hypnotists, some even quite well known ones.
That is why I make it a point to only hypnotize people *after* they have volunteered to be on stage, and then to treat them with respect when they are there.
It is simple really. I want them to come back. I want them to volunteer again. I want them to bring their family and friends.
Above all, I want them to have the best possible time so that they will rave about the show to others.
When that happens, that is when I have given my best.