If you can learn to speak a new language, you can learn to speak more smoothly, fluently, clearly and confidently. You can also learn to either stop anticipating words you think you will get stuck on, or say them smoothly even if you anticipate them.
Here are the 7 steps:
Step 1. Shift your focus from trying to stop stuttering to trying to become an excellent speaker.
Step 2. Use a proven system that addresses both the psychology and physiology of stuttering and fluent Speech.
Step 3. Use a daily routine. Speaking smoothly and not thinking about stuttering are both learnable habits and skills. Creating new habits and learning new skills require frequency and consistent focus on the desired behavior.
Step 4. Set your expectations to “1.” By this I mean, focus on the smallest of improvements and don’t expect your mindset or speech to improve in a few days. Complex habits and skills take time to build. Look for just one small improvement, celebrate it and the look for another.
Step 5. Immerse yourself in the process of improving your speech. This is no small task. By putting a great deal of focused attention to this goal, you’ll be amazed at how quickly you can dramatically change your speech and life.
Step 6. “Try” to use everything you learn from the system you’re using in your daily speech. The more you use it, the sooner it becomes automatic. Think of how you have or would master a second language.
Step 7. Never, never give up. You’re retraining your brain to think and speak differently. This takes time. So be patient with yourself and you will eventually see incredible results.
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