In a time where we can rent our homes out to strangers for a few days, hire personal grocery shoppers, and dish out odd jobs via web 2.0 applications, it's becoming more and more prevalent that efficiency and productivity is becoming a major sales point for odd services that offer time-saving solutions for busy individuals. Just when you thought that every service is already available online, something drew me into a website called Hypnotizr. Just as the name suggests, it's a customized service that issues MP3 versions of hypnotherapy sessions that are based on intake forms that customers fill out ahead of time. Since the powers of hypnosis stem directly from sound, this method has created many happy customers that subsequently save time and solve any of their existing habits they are trying to kick (such as eating, smoking, or depression).
This is yet another example of how the web is improving the quality of life of those that choose to utilize services like this. Not only is this a great option for the customers of the site, but the hypnotist also gets to save time by automating the recordings that are offered to customers. This establishes an improved profit margin based on the lesser amount of time that is required to serve a patient.
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