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- 6 Powerful Techniques to Start Speaking Now
Technique # 1 - Answering the Phone
Technique # 2 - Interviews
Technique # 3 - One-on-one Conversations
Technique # 4 - Meetings
Technique # 5 - Reading Aloud
Technique # 6 - Small & Large Group Presentations
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6 Powerful Techniques to START SPEAKING NOW
Having trouble answering the phone, interviewing, one-on-one conversations, speaking up in meetings, reading aloud, and giving small and large group presentations? In this course I will give you several techniques that will help you get through each situation successfully.
Answering the phone, interviewing, one-on-one conversations, speaking up in meetings, reading aloud, giving small and large group presentations, what do they all have in common? They all have the potential to increase your stress level through the roof. Why?
It’s simple. All of the above situations present an opportunity to either stutter or speak well. If you have been stuttering in some or all of those situations, chances are you believe that you are going to stutter because you have in the past. This simply reinforces that belief and plays itself out in those situations just the way you thought it would.
In this special report we’re going to look at those specific situations and I’m going to give you several techniques that I used or use to negotiate them successfully. Keep in mind that while I’m very confident in these techniques, they still may not work for everyone all of the time. That being said, the more tools you have in your toolbox, more prepared and confident you will be to negotiate life’s daily situations successfully.
I also want you to know that these are short-term tactics to use while you are implementing the larger Stop Stuttering & Start Speaking Strategy. These solutions are like band-aids, but they can certainly come in handy.
The best way to use this information is in conjunction with the longer-term strategy. Don’t become too comfortable relying on these or similar techniques to get you through life. Take what works make modifications if you need to and make them a part of your style. Some of these techniques SHOULD become a part of your long-term strategy and you will know which ones they are. I tried to indicate which ones are best practices for everyone.
Well, I wish you many blessings and look forward to your comments and feedback.
P.S. This is one of my first programs, so it was produced a few years ago, but the content is still solid and many of my current clients and students are using the techniques now to pass job interviews and improve their presentation skills.