Frequently Asked Questions
I know how hard it is to have a stammer and do everything I can to help people achieve fluency during and after the course. My clients are able to regularly communicate with me after the course via e-mail or telephone, free of charge, for as long as they want to.
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Yes. I am happy to meet people prior to them booking onto a course.
It is usually around two to three months.
I have had a stammer and have overcome a stammer.
It has worked for many people from many different countries of the world. People have travelled to the UK to attend the course from Saudi Arabia, The United States of America, Denmark, and India.
I have helped both men and women, the young and the not so young!
Once I had discovered all of the techniques it took around three months of practice for them to become a natural part of my speech and, therefore, for me to achieve fluency. I worked extremely hard, practice-wise.
We are all different and therefore how long it takes to eradicate the stammer will vary from person to person, but on average it is three to four months.
The package consists of an e-book, an audiobook, and a video course. I recommend that people watch the video course at the outset, it is seventy minutes in duration.
I would then listen to the audiobook when going out for a walk, or when doing the housework, as you can listen while on the move. This helps to embed the techniques in your mind.
The e-book is there to act a quick reminder when you do not have the time to watch the video course or to listen to the audiobook.
If at any stage, you have any questions please contact me.
I would love to be able to report 100% success, however I believe it is more like 90%. To achieve fluency takes a lot of hard work and practice. If you are hoping for a magic pill, this is not the course for you.
The severity of my stammer depended on the situation. At times I could speak well but at other times found it hard to say anything. The more pressure or anxious I was under, the more I seemed to stammer. Of all of the speaking situations I found making phone calls and presentations the most difficult.
I also read and was told the same thing but could not believe it as at times I spoke very well. From overcoming a stammer, I can now say that fluency can be achieved, and the course teaches the techniques that I used.
I achieved fluency by concentrating on how fluent people spoke, therefore, my method is speaking, thinking, and breathing how fluent people do.
I do not use:
- Costal breathing
- Slowed speech
- Prolonged speech