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Mumbling without realizing it can be detrimental to your character and social life. The problem is that hundreds of thousands of people around the world mumble when they are engaged in conversation on a regular basis. This mumbling can result in many social issues and anxieties if it is not treated and corrected.

It is believed that mumbling is a symptom of insecurity. Insecure people who are not confident in what they are saying will tend to mumble. It is a defense mechanism that was created to prevent themselves from truly expressing their thoughts out of fear of ridicule.

When a person mumbles they will immediately lose the attention of those who they are speaking to. If people can't understand what you are saying, they are more likely to ignore everything you say. Therefore, if you truly want to be heard and desire to express your thoughts and opinions, then you will need to be careful not to mumble when you speak.

You can do this by simply thinking clearly and clearing your mind before speaking. When you do speak you should do so loudly and slowly. When you train yourself to speak slowly you will mumble much less. Additionally, when you increase the volume of your voice you are less likely to mumble.

Mumbling without realizing it can cause you to lose friends, can cause your opinions to never be heard, and can cause numerous problems in your professional life. Therefore, you should take all necessary steps to correct this issue before it gets out of hand. Be confident in what you are saying and speak slowly and clearly! When you do this your message and words will truly be heard.

The best way to know if you are mumbling is to ask people who you engage in conversation with every day. If they express that they have a hard time understanding you, then you should take the necessary steps to correct your voice pattern before it is too late.


Source by Trevor Johnson

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