Speaking Distractions You Can&Should Avoid
The repetitive use of umm & ahh for some Speakers, seems to be a chronic, impossible to overcome habit… And it isn’t always due to stress or anxiety. Frequently it’s a speaking habit the Speaker developed at some point, is unaware of it and has become comfortable with it. With awareness, Training & focused Practice, a Speaker can manage this habit and, in many instances, can successfully eliminate it. Well that’s good news, and in…
this RSA Presentation we’ll hear a Speaker exhibiting this speaking habit. It’s going to be distracting to some in the audience and others will find it distracting, even annoying. The audience will sit through your Presentation even though they’re completely disconnected from You, the Speaker. No Speaker wants that result from all their efforts, so…
If you want to build a supportive audience connection, keeping their attention on your Message, and supporting your Reason for being there, this video will show you Why you should diminish or eliminate this challenge to Your Speaking Success.
This common speech habit can be managed or eliminated
with Training that builds skills & confidence.
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