#2 – It’s good to sleep.
#3 – It’s really nice to take the time to praise your colleague, friend, child, direct report, or your concierge at your hotel. (ie: anyone that deserves your compliment)
Read this note. It might help YOU if you’re having voice issues.
I can breathe!!!! For the first time in my life.
Several years back you and I were talking on the phone and you brought to my attention that I had cleared my throat WAY too many times during our conversation and that I might want to go see an ENT doctor.
I finally got diagnosed. I had NO airway to speak of. I have not been able to breathe…my whole life. I just did not know any different.
I had jaw surgery to open up my airway. You identified a symptom but I could not find anyone who could diagnose the problem. Now I can sleep for the first time in my life and….I don’t clear my throat anymore!
You probably don’t even remember the conversation. But I never forgot it!
Steve…..and I can breathe!
Thank you, Steve, for sending me this email. Glad you can breathe, speak without clearing your throat all the time, and sleep.
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