Stammering Introduced as Language of Success in Inspiring New Work

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After the success of “The King’s Speech” stammer comes a remarkable book (“Stammer Your Way to Success”) by Stuart Nelson, a stammerer who defied many odds to achieve the pinnacle of success

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In an inspiring new book entitled Stammer Your Way to Success that displays a special sort of stamina in having to go through life with a speech defect, Stuart Nelson personally achieves a new pinnacle of communication. Nelson is a professional who has spent decades in the corporate and hospitality industries. At a young age, he had decided to take on the challenge of stammering that came with having it, and shows that it is in no way an impediment in achieving one’s dreams. His orphanage stammer (and the bullying, humiliation and jokes that came with it) will find Nelson eventually achieving success in an international career.

Nelson acknowledges a fraternal bond with over sixty million people worldwide who suffer hesitation in speech. At the book’s beginning, he lists the many famous personalities who stammered to prove that stammering was not a stigma attached to their achievements. Two years ago, the Oscars awarded best film to the story of England’s King George IV and a speech coach. The King’s Speech perhaps created a positive focus on stammerer’s in general–no one really cared for stammerers, in general. No one really cared if he, King George, had a stammer until the film came out. Stammer Your Way to Success in this sense, furthers the progress of political correctness by giving readers a stunningly admirable life filled with achievement, a peacable kind of humour, and the manly character behind a book which displays a zest for life that reserves no malice for anyone.

To those who suffer the “shame” of stammering Stuart Nelson shares his stammering success stories. He says that, “Limitations are just signposts. They may signal different routes or different ways to reach a destination, but they won’t prevent you from getting there, unless you empower them to do so. Ignore them, focus on your journey.” By focusing on his life’s work, Nelson reaped a number of awards and the admiration of his peers–and it is an easy thing to understand when he sometimes reversed the tables by using his stammer to pass by others with perfect speech but with none of the verve and talent needed to produce high quality advertisements. There is no stopping a person with the best intentions and with a will to serve and achieve–in his own way, Nelson proudly relates how to manage a stammer and achieve personal success.

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About the Author
Stuart Nelson’s expertise comes from over three decades in the corporate and hospitality industries. He has entertained and has been entertained at the highest of corporate levels. His worldwide coalface experiences include winning international awards as executive producer of television commercial productions and achieving the pinnacle award in amateur acting.

Stammer Your Way to Success * by Stuart Nelson
From A Suburban Orphanage To An International Career
Publication Date: March 26, 2013
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 99 pages; 978-1-4836-0206-6
Trade Hardback; $39.99; 99 pages; 978-1-4836-0207-3
Ebook; $3.99; 978-1-4836-0208-0

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