Saturday, September 24, 2011

Gus launches new card & gift business

On September 19, 2011, I launched a new enterprise and established an independent distributorship with SendOutCards. This company, of Salt Lake City, is a greeting card and gift supplier to independent distributors, whose customers order their personally-designed cards from their own computers.

As a distributor, I establish retail customer accounts, wholesale customer accounts and also identify people who would like to investigate establishing their own distributorships.

Please view my explanatory video at You can message me right from my website there (contact information is in the upper-right corner).

If you like to send greeting cards that your family and friends will keep, not throw away, these are the cards for you. And it's very easy to send a quality gift right along with the card. Check it out today.

Wednesday, September 07, 2011

Available for your meeting

Looking for an entertaining speaker for your next monthly program? Consider inviting Gus Philpott to chat up your audience with stories about past lives and spirits. Or, if you'd like an informative, and humorous, talk on death and dying, invite him (me!) for that, too.

Your audience will not be just entertained. They'll go away from the meeting, thinking about the topics that were discussed and the questions that were asked and answered.

Will I hypnotize the young lady in the corner and make her body rigid as a bar of steel, so that she can be placed atop two chairs with her shoulders on one chair back and her heels on the other? No, and there is a good reason. My teacher, trainer and mentor threatened to come back and haunt me, if I ever did that. My teacher was an osteopath who cautioned strongly against placing such a hypnotized person at risk of back injury by such a "stunt".

I could do that - I've heard of it and I've seen it. And I've seen a man stand on a hypnotized person so suspended between chairs. And I still won't do it. And, by the way, there wouldn't be anything magical about my skills as a hypnotist/hypnotherapist. It's all about the willingness of the subject to be hypnotized to that level.

Stage hypnosis is fun to watch (and fun to do). But it needs to be done in a manner that avoids any embarrassing situations for the persons who volunteer.

So, need a guest speaker? Give me a call at (815) 338-2666. Locally (Woodstock, Ill.) or will travel.