When we become anxious, we begin to use words that don’t do a great job at hiding those feelings. It’s an unfortunate thing that happens. Who wants their audience to validate that we’re nervous when we’re trying to act cool and confident?
Whether it’s a speech or a one-on-one meeting, it’s normal to feel uncomfortable with silence between our words, therefore using filler words to keep the conversation flowing. This ultimately ends up just making your listener hyper aware that you are either lying, uncomfortable, or not well-versed, all of which we know are untrue.
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