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  • Lori Melnitsky

Stuttering in the Workplace…..

Many years ago when I was an accountant I had interviews while stuttering severely or what I perceived as severe difficulty communicating. I was a pro at substituting words and avoiding as not to stutter. I would not dare disclosing that I stuttered at that time. Interestingly I got many jobs despite the challenges of free expression. I believe these are a few of the reasons why…

  1. I established eye contact.

  2. I was confident in what I said. I even got a job as a computer assistant by just not the language.

  3. I am persuasive.

If you are interested in coaching, speech therapy or a webinar to help you please email

I can also coach you through difficult situations. Together we can succeed.

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