About The Author
Dr. Steve G. Jones is a licensed Clinical Hypnotherapist and self-made multimillionaire who developed the Dream Life Mastery Program to help other people reach their goals and make incredible breakthroughs in their own lives
But before Steve learned the secrets to building an abundant life and creating amazing wealth, he had his share of struggles.
He lost his mother at an early age and grew up with his father who battled alcohol abuse. Later on in his life, Steve experienced a lot of career detours and failed business ventures.
He soon found himself $80,000 in credit card debt, and financial institutions and collection agencies were beating down on his door.
Steve held on as long as he could. After getting evicted from his own place, he lived out of his office which he also about to lose.
But he soon reached a turning point where he discovered a way to reprogram his mind to attract everything he needed, as well as create systems in place to put his life back on track.
Using a combination of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) techniques and a specific framework for happiness and success, Steve developed the Dream Life Mastery program for getting the results he wanted.
Today, he manages 22 training certification programs in hypnosis and Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP). At one time, Steve had 30,000 students who enrolled for his programs. On top of that, he also serves as a life and business coach for top Hollywood directors, sports stars, and CEOs.
Steve has been practicing clinical Hypnotherapy and NLP since the 1980s, and is the President of the American Alliance of Hypnotists and the American Union of NLP. He is also a member of the American Board of Hypnotherapy, the National Guild of Hypnotists, and an associate member of the American Psychological Association.
Steve received my Bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of Florida in 1994, and his Master's degree in Education from Armstrong Atlantic State University in 2007. In 2009, Steve gained his Educational Specialist degree from Georgia Southern University, followed by his Doctorate in Education (Ed.D.) also from GSU in 2013.