“…but I stutter, how can I small talk with strangers?”
As people who stutter, we shouldn’t set our expectations too high. Speaking is after all the most difficult thing for us. This kind of thinking feels natural.
It’s natural to think like this. It’s what we’ve been taught our entire life. That’s also why it is so easy to not initiate conversations when we meet people who fascinate us.
This is every person who stutters nightmare, to meet people and then wanting to speak with them. To share. Laugh. And not being able to do just that. To let your words flow. Letting the conversation flow.
Letting the conversation flow.
This is a pipe-dream you might say. But here is your way around.
What if you could learn how to small talk with strangers even though you stutter?
You could stop worrying, “There’s other people here at this networking event!” – because you’d know how to talk to strangers.
You could stop wondering, “Should I speak my mind?” – because you’d have the confidence to speak your mind.
You could stop cringing, “But I stutter, how can I…” – because you’d have to the skills to handle every social encounter.
You could get that promotion you’d like.
You could have that conversation with strangers at the café.
Sounds great, right?
It begins with other people
Most people, when small talking, think they have to talk about themselves all the time. The goal of small talking isn’t to talk, talk, talk. It’s to listen, and build trust; build a relationship with the other.
Trust. So hard to get, and so easy to lose.
You build trust by showing that you care about the other person. You show interest, genuine interest and make the other person believe that you’re not a weirdo. You’re not a weirdo, when you know your small talk topics.
The topics aren’t that important. What’s important is looking for clues as to whether or not the other person want’s to speak with you.
When you know that the other person want’s your company, you find out what they want to talk about. That will keep the conversation going.
Learn how to get over your personal barrier for small talk and much more
When you enroll in the 10x small talk course, you’ll learn:
- That trust is the main point for smalltalk
- How to control your anxiety
- At least 3 safe topics to talk about
- How to keep the conversation going
You’ll learn this and much more.
The techniques you’ll learn in this course have been developed with people who stutter in mind.
This course will help you conquer your limitations, get out of your own way, and start talking. Instead of wondering about what to say, you’ll know what to say and you’ll know how to initiate contact.
You’ll learn all this and more in this course
You’ll learn how to do all this in 10 lessons with exercises. Go at your own pace. We’ve designed the course to be 100 % self-paced. Learn, practice, and execute anywhere. All lessons are delievered to you by email. And you can access them anywhere you have a connection (and your email app).
- Get instant access to all lessons and exercises.
- Share your wins at our community.
- Do it self-paced.
Want a head start at small talking even though you stutter? Get it here.
|Format||Email course / self-paced|
|Time spend||15 minutes daily|
After I buy, then what?
When you buy, you’ll instantly get access to the course. The first email is a welcome email with an overview of the course. This email also contains your very first exercise to get your started right away.
Where can I get help if I get stuck?
I want you to succeed. If you have any questions about understanding or applying the meterial, I’ll do my best to help you.
This doesn’t mean that we’ll email back and forth 10-20 times a day. Remember that you are not the only one in the course. But I will help you, and I will also remind you to do the work.
How long will the material be available?
Forever! Once you’re enrolled, you’ll have continued access to all course material.
Will I get updates?
You will get updates. For free. Every time this course is updated, you’ll get the additional material. For ever; or as long as you’re on the email list.
I got questions!
I have the answer for you. Email me at [email protected]