Celebrity hypnotherapist, bestselling author and public speaker Marisa Peer joins us for an Ideapod salon exploring:

HOW TO CHANGE YOUR MINDSET FOR WEALTH AND PROSPERITY

By the end of this salon you will have learned the following:

  • How your belief system around money is formed during childhood years
  • Why your "money mindset" has such a powerful impact on your overall levels of wealth
  • How to use "hypnotherapy" to change your mindset and rewire your brain for prosperity
  • A specific technique to uncover your own specific childhood beliefs about money and how they are impacting you today, while instantly transforming them
  • How to use your new mindset to increase wealth and prosperity in your life

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Here Are the Details for This Webinar


  • How do I join? Join in from your laptop/desktop
  • Who's doing it? Celebrity hypnotherapist, bestselling author and public speaker Marisa Peer in conversation with Ideapod co-founder Justin Brown
  • Why should I be there? To be part of an authentic and informative conversation on developing a mindset for wealth and prosperity
  • What's it all about? The salons bring together the Ideapod community so we can ideate and connect

There are few people today that have the wide experience and stellar reputation of Marisa Peer. 

Named Britain’s best therapist by Tatler magazine, Marisa has spent nearly three decades treating a client list that includes international superstars, CEOs, Royalty, and Olympic athletes. Her engaging and amusing talks are peppered with anecdotes from an unparalleled career in which she has helped thousands of people to overcome profound personal issues.

Marisa’s USP is that she teaches “simple steps that produce dramatic and life-changing results”. She seamlessly brings her one-of-a-kind therapy room techniques to the podium, leaving her audiences both transfixed and transformed. Her acclaimed “Mastermind Your Life” series focuses on the thought patterns and mental habits that can be detrimental or beneficial to our success, depending on how we use them. When she reveals her fundamental rule – that all our emotional and personal problems come from us believing that we’re not ‘enough’ – and explains how to overcome it, the results are tremendous and dramatic.

A note from Justin Brown

Do you have a money mindset programmed for abundance or scarcity? This is the question being explored in my conversation with Marisa Peer, the world renowned hypnotherapist.  

To be honest, I approached this subject with some hesitation. I'm sick and tired of the so-called gurus promising to instantaneously shift our mindsets to one of "abundance".  

In the conversation with Marisa, I was really happy to see how grounded her approach is. She does promise instantaneous results, but emphasises the importance of having clear goals, providing services to others and showing grit and determination.  

It's a really inspiring conversation and I hope you enjoy it!

—Justin Brown - Ideapod co-founder

During Ideapod salons you get the following:

  • Get access to people with expertise and real-life experience. Our salons are conversations between people who have special expertise and experiences to share. 


  • Connect with people from all over the world exploring similar ideas. The people who join us for these salons are for the most part curious and open-minded people wanting to learn about new ways of thinking. Community is formed around the salons.


  • Learn new tools and tricks that you can implement into your own life. We explore big ideas but always bring the focus back to practical application. Our salons empower you to implement what you learn into your daily life.


  • Be inspired to take action. Ideas are great, but they're even better when they inspire you to take action. We'll help to jumpstart the inspiration within so you can take what you learn and put it into practice.


  • Answer your questions live. This is not a pre-recorded webinar. Join us live and ask questions as we engage in conversation.