When you desire to speak without stuttering, you should pursue all opportunities that may allow you to achieve your goal. Some people have decided to accept their stutter for whatever reason and that's their choice.
My choice was to find my authentic speaking voice, improve fluency, create greater confidence and reduce the stress and anxiety normally associated with having a speech impediment. Thankfully, I've been successful in my pursuits.
One of the key points I came to realize is that there were times when I did stutter and times when I didn't. This was sort of an epiphany, because I began to consider that my stuttering was more mental than physical which was a great aid in helping to improve my fluency.
Given my speech impediment was more mental than physical, it meant that I could empower myself by making adjustments in my own thinking by how I thought about stuttering. This was paramount and shouldn't be taken to lightly.
While I realize this sort of thinking and consideration isn't necessarily for everyone it may be just perfect for your particular goals and objectives in finding your authentic speaking voice. improving your fluency and reducing the stress and anxiety that may come along with having a severe speech impediment.
As I'm going through my notes, I'm looking for something very specific, a few websites I recall writing down in a very organized fashion, in order of importance.
Going through my second notebook of notes, I notice in the very back of it the information and resources I was seeking. It even outlines what I'm suppose to do, which I didn't recall doing, since I did it yesterday, thinking I was having an AH HA moment.
Here's where it gets really groovy.
On the bottom of the page are these three words with a box around them ... GET STARTED NOW
What is seemingly divine is this is the exact moment when I must put all of this information, tools and resources into action. This and similar experiences brings me to another journey of thought that's most profound ...
Think about what you want to do without creating any limitations, then write out what you want to do on paper. Tomorrow do it again and the next day do it again and again. What happens in time, given that it's something you really want to do is quite amazing to say the least.
While I may share experience after experience it's sort of like swimming, riding a bike or having sex it's really something you should experience on your own, because then you will truly internalize the gift you've been giving.
QUESTION: Is this the type of information that you would expect me to include in a book on personal growth and development?