These 3 Stop Stuttering Secrets Could Change Your Entire Life AND Speech

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“It is great to see you. My name is Michael Williams and today I am going to share with you three stop stuttering secrets. Three stop stuttering secrets that could change your entire life. Now you’re probably wondering where in the world did I get that name from? The reason I want to tell you is because over the past couple of years, at least, that I can recall, as I’ve been looking at the kind of searches and terms that people have been using to reach my website and searches they’ve been doing on my website, I’ve discovered that one of the most commons ones is what? Stop Stuttering Secrets. That’s where I got the name for this particular session.

“What I’m going to do, as quickly as I possibly can, I want to share with you some ideas, so very practical ideas, right? Action-oriented ideas that are not complete secrets. They’re things that people know or things that I may have said before, but they’re things that you don’t commonly hear, that you might not commonly think about when it comes to improving your speech or overcoming stutter. There’s certainly not things that you’re going to hear from perhaps a speech therapist or from someone who’s telling you that in three days, they’re going to be able to cure your stuttering or that they’re going to get rid of or eliminate stuttering. You’re not going to hear these things from people that’re selling you a device, a delayed auditory feedback device, or even someone that’s going to tell you, “Come to this program for 12 days or for three weeks,” or whatever. You’re probably not going to hear the things that I’m going to tell you now.

“I want you to tune in because what I’m going to be sharing with you could literally change your life. The first thing we’re going to do is I’m going to share with you two principles, two principles, and then we’re going to talk about three secrets. I’m going to make it very easy for you to remember these secrets because the letters that represent the concepts are F-I-T. FIT. F-I-T. Okay? W

“hat we’re going to do is we’re going to talk about these two principles. The first principle is a principle of liking yourself. I want you to follow me. In fact, if you haven’t had a chance to do so, join our Facebook group because I’m doing an intensive series on this very thing where I’m going to go into more depth in each one of these. For now, the first principle that we’re going to talk about is the principle of liking or loving yourself. We’re going to talk about why that’s important and then we’re going to look at the second principle.

“This first principle, the principle of liking yourself, is important because when you like yourself, you feel better about what you’re doing, even when you mess up. All right. I’m not saying that you mess up and you go, “Oh, that’s just great.” No. I’m saying that when you mess up, you go, “Okay. I messed up, but that’s okay. I’m working on this,” or, “What do I need to do about this and how can I improve?” You don’t beat yourself up, pull yourself down, and discourage yourself. When you like yourself, when you love yourself, you have a greater degree or a higher self-esteem. When you feel better about yourself, you perform better. You are more encouraged. You are more motivated. When you don’t like yourself, you pull yourself down. You beat yourself up. You discourage yourself and you’re less likely to be motivated and you’re not going to perform as well. Does this make sense?

“How can you increase this liking, this loving of yourself? I’ll tell you exactly what I used to do every morning for about over 50 times, or 50 times every morning, I would include this affirmation with my other ones. I would say to myself, “I like myself. I like myself. I like myself. I like myself. I love myself. I like myself.” At first, it felt kind of weird and my mind would say, “No, you don’t. No, you don’t. No, you don’t.” I would just keep saying, “I like myself. I like myself. I like.” What I want you to do … There’s some kind of bug flying. What I want you to do is every morning tell yourself, “I like myself. I like myself,” and just keep doing it for at least two minutes. Include that in your affirmations, but also throughout the day, especially when you get stuck. You go, “Oh, I just got stuck again,” or, “Man, I know. I’m doing this program and Michael said I need to try to do this and I’ve got to do it again.” Don’t beat yourself up. Just tell yourself, “I like myself. I like myself.”

“It’s okay. It’s all right. I’m going to get it. I’m going to keep working at this, right? Tell yourself that you like yourself. It will increase your self-esteem. I have talked to some people that don’t feel really good about themselves, about him or herself, because of stuttering. Now some people, they feel fine about it. That’s okay. You should like yourself, but some people don’t feel good about themselves because they don’t like the way they sound. They don’t like not being able to say what they want to say. They don’t like the faces that they make, the things that they do with their mouth, what they do with their body. They don’t like themselves very much because of stuttering.

“What I want to tell you is as you begin to like yourself and feel better about who you are, you will also be able to perform better, but liking yourself doesn’t mean being satisfied and just staying where you’re at. I’m not saying that. I’m not saying you shouldn’t accept yourself. There’re some people that confuse the two. They say, “Well, when you like yourself and you accept yourself, that means that you can stay the way you are.” Well, that’s not necessarily true. Right? You can like yourself and love yourself and say, “These are things that I want to, dog gone it, improve on. I don’t want to continue stuttering.” Right? Some people, they just continue to stutter and stammer because they feel like, well, if I don’t like this aspect, if I don’t like this aspect of myself or I don’t like this aspect of what I do, that means I don’t like myself and I should like myself. I should love myself.

“You should, but it doesn’t mean that you have to like stuttering. It doesn’t mean that. It doesn’t mean that at all. You can love yourself and you can say, “But this is something that I want to overcome.” All right? Principle number one is the principle of liking yourself. Principle number two is the principle, the principle of accepting 100% responsibility for your life and speech. Okay? Accepting 100% responsibility. 100% responsibility for your life and for your speech. Principle number one, liking yourself. How do you do it? You affirm, “I like myself. I like myself,” in the morning time and throughout the day. Principle number two is accepting 100%, not 50%, but 100% responsibility for your life and your speech.

“Now, when you accept responsibility for your life and for yourself, you automatically feel more in control. Once you make a decision that you’re going to start accepting 100% for your life, 100% responsibility for your life and for your speech, you instantly feel more in control. Here’s the way we can look at this. You may not be 100% responsible for where you’re at right now. Not 100%. There are other factors and other forces and other people that have helped to get you where you are now and you, too. The decisions that you and I make have helped to get us where we are. There are some things we don’t have any control over. Other things, we have little control over. I’m sure none of you wanted to grow up and start stuttering or stammering. Right? That may be something that you didn’t have any control over.

“Guess what? You do have control over. You do have 100% control over how you respond to life and how you respond and what you do with your speech. You don’t have to continue to struggle with your speech. I’m telling you that from personal experience and I’m telling you from personal experience working with other people and seeing them move forward along this journey. You’re responsible for what you do from this day forward, as far as improving your speech. There are things you can do to retrain your brain and improve your speech. I don’t care what anyone says. Even people who have suffered strokes or Parkinson’s, they can go through intensive therapy and they can begin to speak better, often back to normal, but definitely better.

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