Getting to know your habits in non-speaking situations and then experimenting with temporarily changing them can be useful preparation for exploring habits which hold you back in speaking situations. Bringing greater awareness to habits of body, mind and speech can help you to step out of “automatic pilot” and start exploring alternatives.

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