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Essential Speaking Skills
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Visualization Troubleshooting

If the person you're working with is trying to look down and visualize, grab the picture and pull it up. If you're not quite sure where the pictures are, ask these questions. Where does it feel like the picture is? What direction do the sounds associated with the picture come from?
If you're not sure where the pictures notice your posture. Do you slump? Do you tilt your chin up? Is your head tilted to the right or left? You can also have someone look where your eyes move to when you visualize things.

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