Mon 11 Apr, 2016 07:06 pm
When I'm speaking to someone else in real life, I tend to stutter and my mind goes a bit blank. I know that this is due to me social anxiety, but I feel like if I could organize my thoughts faster, it would stop my constant stuttering and blank mindedness. I know this because I've heard from others that my communication skills and speeches are great when written or typed, and I feel like the reason for this is because I have more time to gather my thoughts. So my question is, how can I make myself more efficient in the process of gathering and organizing my thoughts and ideas?
Some people like to research issues before speaking. Some people are great on their feet and need no script. Theres nothing wrong with staying silent and being a good listener. Dont feel you must respond to every issue or discussion.
My own studies into this all conclude - It is 'confidence-based' - Not 'projected' - Assured.
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