This week we had our weekly meeting at Dhole Patil Road, Pune. Now a days we set the agenda for the meeting and share with all some 2-3 days back of meeting. This helps us utilizing our time more effectively and productively. So according to our agenda we started with the meditation for 10 mins. After this we did the slow reading exercise. In this exercise we use the prolongation technique and try to speak 4-5 words per breathe. Then we did breathing exercise. This exercise is meant to regulate our breathing pattern. We have to inhale and exhale air slowly and have to observer our breathing pattern. Then it was the time to play some game. The game was Two Truth and One Lie. In this game everybody, in their turn, have to speak 3 statements consisting of 2 true statements and 1 false statement. And other members of the group have to observer the person and have to identify the false statement. It was the fun game. We all become detective at one point of time. Then we started with next exercise that is impromptu speech. All of us have been given two paper chits to write 2 topics, it could be any personality name or could be any non living thing. Then we collected all chits. Then everybody on their turn has to pull out one chit and speaks on the topic for 5 mins, using some speech techniques. We all speak well. We share our idea on those topics. In between this exercise we got the surprise call from Anuj. Anuj is a member of Delhi SHG. We connected Jai’s mobile to speakers and we all hear his concern about the stammering at work place. Anuj is working in Tourism industry and have to speak on calls vey often. He was very calm at the call. After hearing his concern some of us tried to put some suggestion like; note down the points to discuss before starting any call, be calm and patient, continue to put your points even u stutter in between. At last some of us wanted to go for public speaking but out meeting time already reached to its end. These SHG are very much helpful. Each of us has many questions about the stammering and how to tackle the day to day activities, be it on work place or in personal life. People share their views and ways of handling these events, which is very much helpful.
- Thursday February 14th 2019“When you have exhausted all possibilities, remember this – you haven’t.” ~ Thomas Edison Thomas Alva Edison (February 11, 1847 – October 18, 1931) American inventor & businessman. He developed many devices that greatly influenced life around the world, including the phonograph, the motion … more
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