Recover From Stuttering - Go For Fluency Gold!

Newsletter 54: August 2014

The Glasgow Commonwealth Games are currently well under way. Watching the competitors performing at their best is exhilarating. You just know how much commitment and perseverance has gone into every aspect of their lives in order for them to become selected as Commonwealth Games athletes. The fitness requirements are such that they "are in full training and have demonstrated an uncompromised commitment to preparation for peak performance at the Games."

To draw a comparison, do you feel you meet the fitness requirements for a speech fluency athlete? As there is currently no cure for stuttering, a person with a stutter (PWS) who wants to achieve ongoing fluency really needs a high level of commitment and perseverance for peak fluency performance. Many aspects of your life are involved in the process and will benefit from your preparation and participation. Find the motivation to spur yourself on to new levels of fluency success.

stuttering therapy Prior to an event, you often see athletes closing their eyes to 'get into the zone'. They could well be visualising their successful technique. Our February 2014 Newsletter is about imagining your success.
"Imagine your success. Visualise yourself speaking fluently. Picture it in your mind again and again. What does it look like to be confident? How does it look to be actually managing your fluency while talking on the phone? How does it feel? Can you imagine it in detail? In a short time, you will discover that things really are changing for you.
Just imagine!"

The Ezy-Speech Program provides training and support for your fluency campaign. The mini booster on the DVD can also help you practise and maintain your technique. You can become a super fluency athlete. Go for GOLD!

"Success is one percent inspiration and ninety-nine percent perspiration." - Thomas Edison

Ezy-Speech Affirmation of the Month


To win fluency gold, I acknowledge that I need to apply a regular training program. I am willing to put in the effort to succeed.

The Ezy-Speech Team

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