This system is based on the following five (5) bodies of knowledge:
2. Habit Formation
3. Learning Theory
4. Client Experience
5. Personal Experience
Here’s a synopsis of what you’ll learn. . .Your brain can be changed. With focused and consistent conscious effort you can form or strengthen neural pathways that reflect new ways of thinking and behaving. This means you can train yourself to feel more calm, calm and confident. You can learn to speak more smoothly and clearly.
Speaking well is both a way of thinking and speaking. That is, by repeating certain thoughts and patterns of speech over and over in different situations you can forge a new mindset and set of beliefs about yourself and your ability to speak well. You can also develop a smoother and clearer way of speaking that becomes completely natural and automatic for you.
Speaking well is a learned behavior. In fact, you learned to speak your first language by modeling those around you. It was natural and you didn’t have to be taught to model, you just did it automatically. In much the same way you can use modeling to learn to speak exceptionally well.
In fact, virtually all great speakers and performers in every area of life had one or more models. Believe it or not, modeling is the fastest and easiest way to learn to speak smoothly, clearly and confidently. If you deliberately and consistently observe someone else performing something you want to do, then you can do it too. Exceptions to this would be physical limitations or massive brain damage.
Science and theory are great. But actual client experience is even better. We are constantly learning from people just like you what works and what doesn’t. We take this learning and roll it back into our program to make it better and better on a regular basis.
You know this system works, because people like you have tested and proven it in their own real life experiences.
Because I personally stuttered and struggled with my speech I know what it feels like to feel limited, trapped and unable to say what I wanted, when I wanted, the way I wanted. I know what it’s like to not be able to get air to start speaking. I know what it’s like to avoid opportunities because of the fear of or anticipation of being disfluent.
But, the awesome news is that I also know what it’s like to break free of that and be able to express myself in way that has transformed my speech into one of my greatest assets.
Therefore, as a person who has struggled with this for much of my life I am able to provide a unique perspective, deep insight and understanding into how you too can move your speech from a liability to one of your greatest assets.