How to speak on the phone confidently

Vary your volume level.
  1. Creating variety in your volume will allow you to be more conscious of your volume and see the effect on your listener.
  2. Try speaking at almost a whisper.
  3. Make your voice quieter until someone asks you to speak up.
  4. Try raising your volume only on the word you would like to emphasize.

Recognised as an offshoot of social anxiety disorder, telephobia afflicts people across countries and generations. Those who suffer from telephobia might be comfortable delivering a talk in a room full of strangers or might send dozens of text messages a day, but get shivers when they need to talk on the phone

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