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He also was a stutterer. He didn’t have the problem of stuttering, he was just a stutterer.

I absolutely love this story; and in my little world, it’s what we all ought aspire to be.

“Back in my sales manager days with the insurance company I worked for, we attended a management development seminar in Chicago. This was a team building type of seminar in the early 1980’s. I remember this seminar vividly, as I was so influenced by the last person who spoke to our group. This man was a long term employee with our company. He was the Vice-President of Sales & Marketing. He had also been a vice-president in five other departments of our company. This man was a truly “down-to-earth” individual with tremendous people skills. He had developed self-awareness at its highest form, and had such a positive attitude about life in general. He also was a stutterer. He didn’t have the problem of stuttering, he was just a stutterer.”

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  1. May 29th, 2009 at 14:26 | #1

    Loved it,loved it,loved it! How the heck do you have time to find all this stuff? Is this what researchers really research? Ah, to have that kind of job . . . . I would love to surf the web all day and just find stuff. Can I sign up too? 🙂

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    Greg @ Stuttering.me Reply:

    I’ve got my secret methods… 🙂

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