1 Teach Your Parrot To Talk Special Report: I m About To Reveal Secrets To Using Teach Your Parrot To Talk CD s To Train Your Bird Dozens Of New Words And If You ve Tried CD s And Failed How A Revolutionary Speech Training Method Will Change How Parrot s Learn To Talk Yep! You heard me correctly! A few years ago, I released the first course to teach parrot owners how to maximize how quickly a parrot can learn new words and specific techniques for using audio CD s to teach parrots these words And it blew people s minds. The fact is, you just can t play a CD for a bird and expect to see results without a VERY strategic plan of action. That s why I ve decided to release this report out to the public for the first time, and to show people like you how to finally get results. In the next several pages, you ll find out exactly how to use parrot training CD s to give your parrot the best chance at learning new words. Plus, I m going to show you a discovery in parrot speech training that personally convinced me to fork out $9, to develop a revolutionary new training tool! Why I m Finally Revealing The Truth I ll be honest with you. I have just spent way too much damn time un-training people about how to speech train their parrots. The fact of the matter is, that there s a lot of bull out in the marketplace and nobody really tells you how to train your parrot to talk with methods that really work!
2 Sure, if you own an African Grey or an Amazon, they ll usually learn just about anything because of the nature of their breed. Let s face it, they are phenomenal talkers, with some birds saying thousands of words and phrases. What I wanted to do was two things 1. Train parrots that had trouble learning to talk, how to learn new words. 2. Plus, teach birds that already knew how to talk, to talk on cue, and not just babble at random all day long. That s when I made it a personal mission to put together what is now known as the number one selling teach your parrot to talk course on the internet. I didn t want to just have the title, we wanted to continue to research and provide even more speech training developments for parrot owners. I ll be revealing some of those key developments over the next several pages. So, hang on for a VERY exciting and informative ride Enough Ranting, Let s Get Started First, I want to give you a glimpse of how well your parrot could really talk if you just applied some basic, common training principals that I could share with you. One of my passions is teaching parrots to talk exceptionally well, not just babbling I hate random babbling; it s just such a huge waste of potential. When I consult with my customers about getting their bird to start saying new words, or how to say specific words, I ve always had three pieces of advice that dramatically increase their birds chances of saying new words. Even though there are hundreds of tips that I like to share with people, I m just going to touch on three big ones that can help you the most.
3 Big Tip #1 Know When Birds Are Receptive To Learning New Words This is a huge tip, because there are times in the day where your bird wants to eat, play, sleep, not be annoyed and have nothing to do with learning how to talk. There are other times in the day where your bird is super receptive to learning. Actually there are four super receptive times, and I ll prove one of them to you by asking you this question. Out of all the birds you ve ever heard talk, or ever heard of being able to talk, how many were able to say Hello? I bet you know lots of birds that can say hello. If they didn t say hello, I bet they said at least some form of a greeting phrase like, Hi Polly. Think about it I m right aren t I; almost ALL birds know how to say Hi or Hello, but did you ever think of why that is? It s because one of the key principals to teaching parrots how to talk is to make sure you teach them words when they are in a heightened state of emotion, either good or bad, as long as it s heightened. If you continuously teach your bird words when he s in this heightened state of emotion, he is WAY more likely to pick up the words. Just think about how many parrots cuss; because the cussword was usually said in a loud, pissed-off sounding voice that put the parrot in a heightened state emotionally. How does this explain why all birds know how to say hello, even bad talking birds? To explain this, let s try to imagine what it s like to be in your bird s shoes. There you are, sitting on your perch, pretty bored, wishing that someone would come over to your cage and let you out or play with you. Or maybe bring you a treat. Alas, nobody is home and your chances aren t looking good.
4 But then you hear something it s the sound of a car door slamming outside the house you live in, could it be your owner? Or is it just another neighbor you wait to see. Then the clinking of keys rattle on the front door, and the door swings open unveiling your owner, who just might let you come out and play. You re Super excited at the chance you don t have to be bored any more when he comes over and says in an excited voice, Hello Polly! Get my point? The moment you greet your bird in the day is one of the four perfect times. He s ready to learn new words, but remember, he won t necessarily repeat these words now. Consider this time his receptive time, where words sink into his brain and he starts to think about them. He actually will practice putting together these types of phrases later. But this time is one of the four precious opportunities to make sure he ll be practicing it later on. Big Tip #2 Try your best to match your voice tones to the tone of voice your parrot speaks in. OK. This one is fairly straightforward, but I see a lot of people mess it up. Let s assume you ve already figured out the perfect time of day to teach your parrot some new words and you ve decided you re going to stick to a regimen. Here s the bad news You could still totally fail if you avoid this next principal! You need to think about the tone of voice your parrot talks in and only teach your parrot words that will match up with his voice tone as closely as possible. (This is where my new technology comes into play.) If you ve got a deep bass voice, you re going to struggle teaching your parakeet, lovebird, cockatiel, parrotlet, etc., to talk. To teach these types of birds, you need to talk in a high-pitched, squeaky voice.
5 Then, there s the Cockatoos, like the Umbrella cockatoo, who has a smoother, higher-pitched, girlie type of voice. In this case, you re going to increase your chances by having a woman do the teaching for your parrot or by picking out words spoken by a woman on an audio CD. On the other hand, if you re teaching a larger bird, like a Macaw to talk, you have a lot more room to work with. So experiment with the tones your parrot babbles in and try to adjust it. Let s say you re following me so far and that you haven t been one of the lucky few to sample my new secret speech training weapon. You do what most people do, which is why I first decided to release this report. You just pick a word you like off a CD, and try to play it over and over for your bird to learn. Here s the kicker there s rarely even five words on these types of CD s that will match up to your birds tone of voice. Sure, they may work on the great talking birds such as African Grey s and Amazons, but you re going to be searching for a lost ball in tall weeds if you think other species of parrots will pick up on that stuff! Not to mention the repetitive nature of the CD s takes all the heightened emotion out of any word your bird ever had a chance of learning, because even after a few minutes of hearing the word every five seconds, he s totally bored of the word and wishes someone would shut off the damn CD player! Whenever Possible, Get Your Parrot Around Other GREAT Talking Birds. It s a fact. There is NO quicker way to teach your parrot to learn a new word than putting his cage next to another parrot that already knows that word.
6 From the experience I ve had with my own birds, and my clients parrots, a parrot will learn the entire vocabulary of the other parrot in roughly a month. Obviously, this isn t a promise, but that s been the case with every one of my birds. 4 Reasons Why Training With CD s Usually Fails! Now, you know why these Teach Your Parrot To Talk CD s need to be used wisely. Because if you don t know what you re doing, they just end up severely irritating your bird. I think it s time to put this confusion to an end. So, to recap, here s why birds rarely learn new words from these CD s and what you can do about it. Reasons #1 Birds will only learn words if intrigued by the word or while the word is being said. So, you have to know how to tell when your bird is intrigued, as to not be bored by repetition. Reason #2 Birds can only mimic words that their voices can match tones with. Over 90% of the words on these CD s are simply said in the wrong tone. So, 90% of the content on these CD s is completely worthless unless you own a Grey or Amazon, and that s still no guarantee. Reason #3 These CD s can actually train your birds to HATE the words on the CD s. Think about it. How would you feel if I locked you in a closet, wouldn t let you out, and played the exact same song on your radio all day long while I left for work? And, what if I did it for weeks, if not months at a time? What would you do? You d tune it out and hate that song with a passion; even if it was your favorite song in the world before I locked you in that closet. You would still hate it. Reason # 4 Some birds can t talk, (usually the females of some breeds) but can turn out to be fantastic whistlers if taught correctly. Such as female cockatiels! But they require a totally different approach and strategy.
7 So needless to say, there are a lot of problems with using these CD s and I ve done a lot of whining about it, but there is good news. There s a solution to replacing these CD s, and it s based on hard-wired programming of your birds instinctive behaviors. Let me explain Birds have been proven to learn the language of the flock they live with, and birds immersed into that flock who were once not a part of that flock eventually pick up the language. Sort of like how you can study a foreign language all you want in high school Spanish class, but forget it all the next semester. But, if you go and be a foreign exchange student and submerse yourself into a Spanish speaking culture, then, and only then, does the language really take root. So, the question is, how can we use this to our advantage? It s a very simple strategy and I have yet to see it fail, although I m sure it doesn t work 100% of the time. It works darn near most of the time. It s such a good idea that I wish I d thought of it, but I can t take credit for the idea. Instead, I heard it from one of my customers who owned six different macaws that all spoke very well. When I asked her how she trained them to speak, here s what she said: It was an accident really one year I inherited a Blue & Gold Macaw from a relative that happened to be a phenomenal talker. And I fell in love with her so much, that I bought a second one, and a third, fourth, etc. But what I noticed was, that each new bird would start to very quickly learn the same words my first macaw learned, and if one of the birds in the flock learned a new word, it was only a matter of time before the rest of them learned it too. As best I can figure, it seems that they learn better from themselves than from us!
8 At the time I asked her, I didn t think much about it. That was until my new wife Sally, who owned a parakeet, moved in after we got married and we put her parakeet s cage right next to my cockatiel, Mr. Magoo, who likes to say Hey buddy, watcha doin? I ll be damned if after a week of these two sitting next to each other, I heard Sally s parakeet repeat that exact same phrase Magoo always says, as clear as a bell. I should also mention that Sally s parakeet is a female, not as well known for speaking, and had never said one word her entire life; only after she started hanging out with my Cockatiel. And after a month of being married, the parakeet picked up 100% of Magoo s vocabulary. To prove this theory even further, two weeks ago we brought home a new baby Parrotlet to our family, and he just learned his first phrase from the parakeet! And I didn t do ANY speech training. It was then that I knew I was really onto something, but there was one HUGE problem. This method of letting other birds hear other birds talk and learning words in a matter of days was super powerful, but how could the average parrot owner use this powerful technique? What is a person to do if they want to teach their parrot to talk and don t have a friend, neighbor or relative that has a talking parrot their bird can listen to? There was only one possible answer. I had to try to duplicate the process of my bird hearing another bird through recordings. **But let me clarify this, because I don t want you thinking you can just go play a CD 1,000 times of a bird talking and your other bird will pick it up. He may, but I don t recommend it.** As I brainstormed for a way to duplicate this method and make it available to everyone, I tried to recreate the same situation on a CD of other recorded birds as my bird would be exposed to, if those same birds I had recordings of were actually in the same room!
9 Think about it. A bird that says a word wouldn t just continue to repeat itself, it would repeat the word a few times at random throughout the day. That seemed to be enough to have success when it came from a real bird. So, because I didn t have a CD player that would play a CD all day long and only say the word five to six times at random I set the CD player to play the recordings once a minute for five minutes. And no more! Bam! Within three days, my bird was singing the theme song to Winnie the Pooh! It was a huge victory and it was then I knew I was onto something that would take the pet parrot world by storm. Something that everyone would truly love. This posed a huge problem that only a few people in the world could capitalize on. How in the world would you get enough recordings of real birds talking to put together enough CD s to help people? This is when the light really came on for me. I had released my Teach Your Parrot to Talk on Cue course over two years ago, and sold it to over 1,000 people. I had already personally trained hundreds and hundreds of parrots to talk! When I called up these students who had put my techniques to use and asked for some recordings of their birds, I got flooded with audio samples from tons of birds. And boy did they send me some cool recordings! But I didn t just want the recordings, I wanted to make sure I went the extra mile and started experimenting with the best way to structure these words onto a CD. This was done to maximize how quickly this method could teach parrots to say new words. I arrived, after a lot of trial and error, at the most effective combination of word volume, time delay between words, and picking words that were the most clear. Plus, because they are birds that say these words, it s a way to recreate the same concept of birds learning the language of the flock. The fact is, that parrots learn new words 100 times easier when it s spoken from a parrot.
10 That s why I ve decided to announce the release of my Teach Your Parrot To Talk Version 2.0, With 3 Training CD s Full Of Real Birds Saying Real Words! Plus 1 Hour Of DVD Speech Training Footage Filmed Live! (Sneak Peek Spy-Photo of This New Course) That s right! I ve just released a brand new course that includes these parrot speech CD s, DVD and training manual, to give people what they really need to train their parrot to talk.
11 And, because of my box being crammed full from people wanting to know when I m going to release these CD s, I m kind of getting scared about how much it s going to cost me to have enough of these available for people that want them. Click Here To Grab A Copy Of Teaching Your Parrot To Talk 2.0 Before We Sell Out! Hopefully, I ve been able to give you better insight into how simple principals will really help your parrot to start learning new words. Lord knows it s worked for me. Until the next time I get the wild hair up my you know what to write an 11-page report, at 4:30 in the morning, about some other parrot training topic This is Chet Womach, wishing you and your parrot the very best! Sincerely, Chet Womach
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