JOHN: This is John, and I'm on the phone with Cara. Cara, can you tell everybody a little bit about yourself and where you're from?
CARA: So, my name is Cara. I'm from the Seattle, Washington area. In the automotive sale and just love the outdoors.
JOHN: So, Cara, how long did you smoke for?
CARA: 25 years.
JOHN: So, Cara, give us a couple of examples of the things you tried to help stop smoking?
CARA: Actually, I never did try to stop smoking. I always thought about it but I just love smoking too much to try to quit.
JOHN: Cara, what were your expectations coming to a Mark Patrick seminar?
CARA: Going in I went to support my best friend and I kind of went behind him with my eyes rolling. Not really believing in hypnosis.
JOHN: So, what changes have you notices since the seminar?
CARA: I quit smoking. The moment I walked out, I quit smoking. I became a non-smoker.
JOHN: That’s pretty definitive.
JOHN: So, Cara, if there’s one statement or word of advice you would give someone thinking coming to a seminar, what would it be?
CARA: Try it. Come in open minded. I did. I really didn’t believe that I would be a non-smoker but I am.
JOHN: Great. Alright. There you go. See how that was pretty painless, Cara?
CARA: Cool. Yes, yes. I forgot about, yes, I did quit, but for five days. But, I left the hospital with my IV bag and made it to the street to smoke a cigarette. I know that’s horrible. We’re laughing.
JOHN: That’s too funny.
CARA: But, yes. I seriously just—and I don’t have any cravings. It’s weird. I never thought I’d be a non-smoker. I’m the only non-smoker in my whole entire family. And yes, nobody can believe it. They’re like yes, no, she’s still not smoking. Are you sure? Like everybody was betting against me and I have a lot of money to collect.