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3 Tips That I Think Worked Well To Improving My Speaking Habit

As you can see a lot of lower teeth are showing. I'm talking to myself by myself. This is not really, really good practice.

Hi everyone. Today, I'm going to talk about my progress about my, the muscle mouth movement when I'm talking. So in my opinion, it's not the fact, but it's, this is my opinion, but I believe less you show lower teeth when you talk the better, because if you show lower teeth you bringing the muscle down. So you get more nasolabial, saggy, chin tension that all the bad things happen so that I don't like it. And it looks more beautiful if you show more upper teeth than lower teeth in my opinion. So I've been very, very conscious about it for the past many couple of years. And then finally I'm still improving, but finally, I think it's really way better than before. So I wanted to talk about the three things I thought was very useful. But before that, I need to apologize something. I am sorry for offending people who watched this video. Um, the way I presented was wrong and offensive, but I didn't realize that at that time, because I'm still learning.

I, my English is not first language and I keep learning from you guys. So your ongoing education to myself would be really appreciated. Now let's go back to the speaking habit number one, practice okay. Practice makes perfect. But the way you practice is, is, um, the thing that I'd like to talk about today, if you practice in front of mirror like this. I'm talking to myself by myself. This is not really, really good practice because you are very conscious about it. So of course you will not show lower teeth. You will show more upper teeth because you're conscious. You're thinking about it. That's not the real, the better practice that you could do is when you're talking on the phone or zooming or face timing or something with, with, with someone else. And if you can show, if you can see yourself when you're talking, because you're using zoom or something, you should use the opportunity to see yourself from objective view.

And if you're not, if you don't have the feature that you see your there's no screen of you when you're talking, use mirror, I have one mirror and another mirror and there's a screen here. So I always try to check my face if as much as possible. And that is a huge, huge, uh, success I think. By the way, I did a video about how to speak. So if you're interested in that, previous one, please check it out too. By the way, let's check my speaking pattern 10 years ago. Um, as you can see, a lot of lower teeth are showing, and I think it's more than upper teeth cause I didn't know anything about this lower teeth thing.

Tip number two, imagine when you talk, imagine your chin is kind of fixed and it's not supposed to move. Um, then only upper is moving and it's hard to think that way, but I feel like I feel like my chin is fixed in a little bit at the beginning, do like fake smile all the time when you talk. And it's very, very strange feeling, very, very strange, but you get used to after a couple of months or half year or sometimes something. So I know it's a weird feeling, but try to do tiny fake smile. I mean, it doesn't have to be fake, but tiny smile always when you talk and fix the chin as much as possible. Just imagine that because of this habit. Now, if I use a lot of chin tension, a lot of moving that if the chin is moving a lot, I feel like it's tiring.

And I think that that's a good sign. Tip number three, in addition to the chin is fixed hold and doesn't move. You might wanna use the imagine that you're lower teeth and lower lip is pressing each other like this. So it doesn't move much. It moves a little, yeah, a little my case this one is a higher my teeth. This tooth is higher than this guy. So it's this one shows more, but, um, it's getting better. Takes a lot of practices a lot of time. It's not that easy fix, but, um, I believe it's really, it's, it's doable, it's achievable. So those are three tips. Number one, practice in front of mirror or practice when you zoom or something facetime. See yourself when you're talking with someone don't practice by yourself, ideally practice with someone else, you talk with someone and then secretly you're checking your face.

Number two is imagine that your chin does not move. It's more like, uh, imagine that it's more, I don't know. Doesn't move. It's glued. It doesn't move and tiny smile every time when you talk. And number three is, imagine that the upper lip and lower lip, I'm sorry. lower lip and lower teeth are touching glued each other all the time. If you haven't got the face yoga app yet. Please try it, it's free download all the exercises are in there. By the way, you can download this on free on my website as well. See you in the next video thank you so much bye.
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