Communication problems have long been a sensitive topic, with people rightfully concerned about the feelings of those involved. But a window opened for us with the release of The King’s Speech and the topic of stuttering as the central issue ...Continue Reading →
I received an email from Egypt this Thursday from my old friend Essam; he got me thinking about the robust and timeless importance of face-to-face conversation. He reported:
“One of the biggest blunders committed so far by the Egyptian regime in ...Continue Reading →
Guest Blog Posting by Jay Conner, Richmond, California
I know Carol Fleming personally, and am vaguely familiar with her work. I’ve never been a client, but I knew she was in speech therapy.
Her book, however, is a revelation. What she does is so ...Continue Reading →
I know what you want. You want some quick tips to success. In these days of time pressure and job insecurity, who could blame you? So I will give you the ‘tips’ most frequently sought. At the same time, I will remind you that it takes more than a ‘tip’ ...Continue Reading →
See that fine fellow above? Notice the epaulettes, the stripes and braid, the sword and medals. The dignity and confidence. Clearly, he is on top of his game. What could possibly ruffle him? I’ll tell you; speaking in public. King George VI was a stutterer. His concern about the ...Continue Reading →