Speaking Distractions You Can eliminate!
You can learn to control umm & ahh Distractions. You really should learn to control or eliminate them. Their frequent use seems to be a chronic, “impossible to overcome” habit for many Speakers. And, this habit is often caused by stress or anxiety. So it’s simply a speaking habit You developed at some early point, and now you’re unaware of it? Well Yes, often Speakers are unaware that they do this and they actually have become comfortable with it. But with Awareness, Training, & Practice, You’ll soon learn to control umm & ahh distractions. Actually for you, they’re placeholders filling in empty space. In most instances, You can successfully eliminate them. You’ll learn to be comfortable with quiet moments and begin to see the value of “Quiet”. Now that’s good news! In the accompanying…
RSA Presentation, you’ll hear a Speaker exhibiting this speaking habit. It’s going to be distracting to some in the audience and others will actually find it annoying. You don’t want your audience to sit through your entire Presentation distracted or annoyed by Your habit. Unfortunately, some will sit thru your Presentation but disconnected from both You & your Message. Not exactly what you were looking for…is it? You don’t work for that result from your efforts, so here’s the point:
Because you want to build a supportive audience connection, you will Learn to control umm & ahh distractions. You must learn to keep the Audience attention on your Message and not on their cell phone. Watch this video because it will show you Why you should eliminate this challenge to Your Speaking Success. You will develop and come away with more support, and that’s a Win! And you know what… it’s doable with a little work on your part.
The umm & ahh speech habit can be managed or eliminated
and with Training it’s worth doing.
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