Overcome

By Anonymous - 20/02/2021 16:59

Today, I just finished a client meeting. I couldn’t stop stuttering and couldn’t answer their questions. Towards the end, they just ignored me. I’ve been in the job for a year. I’m pretty much in tears now. FML
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You can't answer your client's questions and you've had the job for a year? Does your uncle own the company?

I'm curious as to why you stuttered so much? lying, nervousness? Syfy fans also associate stuttering as a form of jet lag from time travel😆

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You can't answer your client's questions and you've had the job for a year? Does your uncle own the company?

or they have a speech impediment, that sounds like it got worse as the client got more impatient. it would also most likely fall under a protected "disability" when it comes to firing someone, which would make it discriminatory treatment. but I doubt the client would care and be more upset about it taking longer than they wanted to spend there.

I'm curious as to why you stuttered so much? lying, nervousness? Syfy fans also associate stuttering as a form of jet lag from time travel😆

they probably have a stutter and it got worse with stress.

you should choose a different field and fast. if you are unable to answer question and feel this way. this job is Not for you. or do more research . find some way to keep your job if u want it. or quit and find something u a more comfortable doing in life. good luck .stay prayed 👆.

It can happen sometimes that during a meeting your client starts to ask question that are not relevant to your presentation or that you were absolutely not expecting, especially if it is a new job. Is it the first time this has happen? What about the stutter, what is because of stress or something else? Were you alone during your meeting or did you have a manager who could back you up? If yes, it may be worth having a talk with him about that meeting, so you can be ready next time. A way you could 'save' your meeting is if you have taken notes of their questions, you could answer them in an email? Good luck!