Your Speech Is Packed With Misunderstood, Unconscious Messages - Facts So Romantic - Nautilus
The 'Uhs' and 'Ums' we naturally utter while speaking, or giving a speech, are generally considered to be a flaw, and a person who makes a lot of these pauses while giving a speech is generally considered weak, nervous, ignorant or sloppy.
But these pauses in natural human speech, called disfluencies, may not be a character flaw, but an organic feature of human speech, which is enhancing the listeners' understanding and comprehension.
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Whether you gasp or sigh, your listeners will notice the breath you take before you speak.
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Get into a relaxed rhythm.
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Allow your full energy to flow through your entire body - it will make you appear calm and collected on the outside, regardless of what you’re feeling on the inside.
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