Why Mumbling Affects Communication At Work

By Emma Serlin
October 23, 2017

Have you ever wondered how to stop mumbling? And do you know why you should? Mumbling gives your listeners the impression that you don't really believe in what you are saying. And therefore it's probably not worth listening to.

In this video Emma explains why mumbling affects your communication in the workplace.



Even if you don't mumble on purpose: maybe your mouth is lazy with pronunciation or your mind is elsewhere - it is still something you want to avoid.

Clarity is Key

The purpose of communication is to get an idea across or to motivate somebody to do something. If you don't get the words out with clarity you can't have an impact. Check our previous blog post for great tips on how to stop mumbling.

Talk with Purpose

Think about the purpose of your words the next time you open your mouth and try to speak out more clearly.

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