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As a person who stammers, are you experiencing the following about talking on the phone?

* Anxiety about answering the phone in your personal and professional life, which makes you avoid doing so.

* Fear about answering the phone, so you get others to answer for you.

* Habitual negative thoughts about your ability to answer the phone because of your stammering?

If so, then this eBook (8964 words) will help you to:

* Replace unhelpful thoughts about answering the phone with empowering ones so you answer with assertiveness.

* Change the structure of your negative thoughts about your ability to answer the phone, to change how you feel about this situation for the better.

* Learn how to increase your confidence in your ability to answer the phone.

Published: Hiten Vyas on
ISBN: 9781301207909
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