Dads become a non-smoker for your family

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Do you find It's too easy to go for a cigarette break at moments of stress at work, or a natural accompaniment with a nice cold beer with your mates ? You want to quit but either put it off or keep reverting back after trying to quit.

There are simply a multitude of reasons we form a habit which is precisely what makes it so damn tricky to break. Perhaps you've tried before, yet found you just couldn't stick it out... join the club, you're certainly not alone there.

Habits however, can be broken. They are just what I have a proven formula to overcome. My process involves no patches, needles or drugs and the success rate is phenomenal.

I don't need to talk about the problems of quitting. If you're reading this you're already well aware of them and I can only assume you are looking for help to become a non-smoker.

How would you like to change this habit?

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Benefits of becoming a non-smoker


Quitting is the best thing you will ever do for your health. It can affect your life in ways you may not even imagine. Here are some new problems that you will have

  • Spending more eating out at better restaurants as you can enjoy your food more as your sense of taste and smell has improved.
  • Spending more time on fitness as exercising will become easier for you.
  • Spend more on looking better as you will be more attractive with whiter teeth, clean fingers, less wrinkles and smelling better.
  • The problems that come with new kids as your fertility levels improve.
  • You will save thousands of dollars a year that you can save or spend on other things - holidays, investments, education, enjoying the reduced financial stress.

Your family and friends will also benefit because:

  • you won’t put their health at risk with second-hand smoke any more 
  • as a father your children will be less at risk from bronchitis, pneumonia, asthma, meningitis and ear infections. Children are especially susceptible to the negative health effects associated with second-hand smoke, both physically and environmentally. 


Heres the figures

  • When you buy cigarettes you normally get 25 in a pack.
  • The packs you buy normally cost $33 in Australia
  • On a normal day you smoke 10 cigarettes
  • You've been smoking for 30 years
  • That's a whopping 109,500 cigarettes!
  • You've spent $144,540

Quit smoking today and you could gain at least $4,818 a year possibly more

Start planning for a healthier and wealthier future!

Smoking Stories


I am divorced and earlier this summer in August (I am from Chicago) I had a planned vacation to London with my 9 year old son. I have been smoking since I was 25 but always wanted to quit.

On August 3rd Friday, I smoked my last cigarette before I went to pick up my son from his mom's place to catch our flight to London. I left the cigarette packet on the kitchen island.

The 7 days in London and Paris passed with me and my son making memories for a lifetime. We watched shows (Hamilton, Les Miserables) we watched cricket at Lords and had great food. At this point, I had no intention of quitting smoking but also didn't want to smoke while he was with me.

Once we returned, I had every intention of smoking a cigarette from the packet I had left at home but a part of me was also toying with the idea of resisting that initial cigarette when I reached home and see how long I can last without one. I had already lasted 7 days without any cravings. Those 7 days however were different. Not routine. It was easy to keep my mind off smoking. While I experienced insomnia, coupled with the Jet Lag it didn't seem smoking related. I knew when I got back home, returning to my routine would be triggers for me to start smoking.

When I got home after dropping my son, I saw the cigarette packet staring at me. I took a cigarette out, put it near my nose and started looking for a lighter. Then something told me to not smoke. instead I held the half consumed packet under running water and discarded the packet into the garbage

I am 33 days smoke free as of today. Cold Turkey. I want to remember my vacation with my son as a trigger to get me off cigarettes. Now every time i get a craving, I think of how one puff would ruin memories on my vacation with my son and pull through


On this day 3 years ago was the start of a new way of living without smokes, a new journey without being controlled by smokes, which i tell myself they were/are false friends.they were always there for me but for all the wrong reasons, but when i was a smoker, they were there for the right ones..

For my 3 years i have saved and stashed away $20,280...

I dont smell of an ashtray, my house or car now smells lovely, dont have to make sure i have enough smokes or lighter when i leave the house... no thoughts of these now when i grab my keys of purse...

Never thought it was possible for me to achieve where i am at today to say or put into print

3 years without a smoke to my what a personal journey, the ups n downs..

There are moments i still have to keep myself in check, but mostly its a passing pang, which i still give myself a stern talking

Self discovery, having the confidence in myself to let go of a drug and habit and survive...not being dependant on smokes didn't kill me, being positive, even being selfish at times..had to be, this was my greatest chance to succeed, i wanted to be the winner and here i am to say...

I am a smoker that has chosen not to smoke no more



I started at 19 to stupidly impress someone. It's now been 6 years and I have wasted most of my 20s on the stupid habit. I have lied to my parents trying to hide my habit, my hair reeks, my clothes smell like crap and I cant get the yellow stains off my teeth. I cant run 10 metres without losing breath and I cant smell the flowers in spring or the rain during a thunderstorm. I've seen so many people die from this in the most degrading and painful way and I cant let this happen to me or my boyfriend. It's too expensive and too big of a risk on our lives. He won't try to quit atm but I will keep trying and hopefully my success will motivate him as well. We need this to stop.


Fill in the form below to say YES to a healthier wealthier you !

This programme aims to get you to become a  non-smoker and doing so change your life. You will be more effective in your role as a father and partner and also in the workplace.

 We will be using tools such as hypnosis, NLP, BE-DO-HAVE to break your habit of smoking and install new healthier habits.

This programme has an investment of $900, to put this into perspective this equates to around 30 packs in Australia for 6 sessions!! 

There are additional payment plans available.


These non invasive tools are proven to be successful for people that fail using other methods. Different people have different success rate to hypnotherapy and similar tools and on the basis of this I insist that if after 30 days you see no decrease in your smoking then I will return the full cost to you in full or credit you for ongoing coaching sessions should you so wish.


Hypnosis and hypnotherapy are educational and self-improvement processes that facilitate access to internal resources that assist people in solving problems, increasing motivation or altering behaviour patterns to create positive change.

Hypnosis and hypnotherapy are not the practice of medicine, psychology or psychiatry, and are not in any way intended to be a replacement or substitute for diagnosis or treatment of any complaint or ailment. Richard Chan does not practice medicine or psychotherapy and his services are not a replacement for counseling, psychotherapy, psychiatric or medical treatment. No service or product is intended to treat any disease or illness, psychological or mental health condition.

*Persons with an ailment or physical complaint are to see their physician first for treatment, and make use of hypnosis and hypnotherapy as an adjunct to medical treatment. Persons with mental disabilities or mental illnesses should seek psychiatric care. Hypnosis and hypnotherapy employ and teach skills for self-improvement; therefore their effectiveness depends on the client and no guarantee can be made regarding the results of their use.