The Start Speaking Training Center, LLC, Communication Consultant, Sun City Center, FL

What's the Best Way to Stop Stuttering 2019?

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So What Is the Best Way to Stop Stuttering In 2019?

This resource is designed for adult professionals.  

In this article I'm not going to waste your time telling you about programs, theories or techniques that may help you smooth out your speech.  Instead, I'm going to jump right in and give you a system that I know can do the job. You can learn more about my stuttering journey and how I now help others full time do the same.

I will give a fairly detailed overall of a complete system for stop stuttering or better, replace stuttering with smooth speech. All of this has been tested and used by professionals like you from all different parts of the world with all ranges of stuttering severity and by those who speak many different languages.  

Below you will find an outline of basically everything I discuss in the video.  Additionally, you can download: 

  • The PDF of the same
  • An mp3 audio version of this webinar training

Video:  

Audio: 


Text: 

Tired of anticipating speech blocks?
Tired of running out of air?
Tired of constantly worrying about whether or not you’ll be able to say what you want?

In this webinar, I will reveal to you step-by-step a newly revised and expanded version of our secret Free-Flow Speaking Strategy.

I will teach you how to:

1.Overcome choppy speech by practicing THIS exercise. 


2.Stop anticipating words by first focusing on THIS, and then shifting to THIS 


3.Get and hold attention by using THESE 5 speaking skills that virtually all excellent communicators use. 


To help you remember the process each letter we’ll use this easy-to-understand- and-remember Acronym-Acrostic:

F. R. E. E.

Each letter in the word FREE represents a key part in the Free-Flow Speaking Strategy

This is one webinar you absolutely do not want to mess. Being there live will be better, however, if you know you can’t make it, sign up anyone to get the replay.

Tools:

Capability + Competence = CONFIDENCE

Focus on the Flow -

1.Airflow 


2.Thought flow 
 How?

• Free-Flow Speaking Exercise

Free Flow Speaking Exercise Part 1. 4 Phases

Phase 1. Super deep breath (in through the nose), random topics, fast or slow, focus on maintaining positive or constant airflow.

Phase 2. Super deep breath (in through the nose), one topic, slow speed, focus on maintaining positive or constant airflow.

Phase 3. Slightly more than normal breath (in through the nose), one topic, longer phrase, but don’t run out of air. Focus on maintaining positive or constant airflow

Phase 4. Slightly more than normal breaths (in through the nose), one topic, three distinct phrases. Focus on maintaining positive or constant airflow, but don’t run out of air.

Part 2. Focusing on the message

Exercise 1. Using the style you learned in Phase 4 of Part 1. speak for 2 minutes about something that happened in your past. This could be yesterday or 5 years ago.

Exercise 2. Using the style you learned in Phase 4 of Part 1 speak for 2 minutes about your future goals, or plans for tomorrow, this week, this month or year.

Exercise 3. Using the style you learned in Phase 4 of Part 1 speak for 2 minutes about a subject or topic your both passionate about and have knowledge of.

Exercise 4. Using the style you learned in Phase 4 of Part 1 speak for 2 minutes about a subject read about, watched or heard. Summarize what you learned. For example, describe the Free Flow Speaking Exercise and how you believe it can help improve your airflow, ability to speak without thinking and your general rhythm and flow.

Release your negative preoccupation with certain words, letters, people.  
How?

Shift your focus to any of these things:

  1. Your Model 

  2. Your Message - V.I.C. 

  3. Your Audience - V.I.C. 

  4. Your Goals 

  5. Being fully present in the moment 


Exhale as you speak. Speak as you exhale. How?

  1. Remember to breathe

  2. Temporarily take conscious breaths through your nose 

  3. Picture your words riding or floating on your breath as it leaves your mouth 

  4. Extend and blend your words 



Remember: Air gives you power and momentum. As long as you have
air your speech can flow.

Energize your speech with these Proactive Speaking Skills
How?

  1. Breathing
  2. Extending and Blending
  3. Inflecting
  4. Articulating
  5. Demonstrating With Body Language

Visit this link to get the complete Pro90d Smooth Speech System.  The video and audio program is much more comprehensive and step-by-step.  It now comes with a mobile app (audio version).  

You can also see this on YouTube here

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