B is for Baryphonic which means having difficulty whilst speaking.
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There are 2 ways of using this word.
One would be for people who find it difficult to speak properly; the hindrance being
The other would be when there are other factors that make it tough for a person to speak
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I’d like to focus my attention on the latter.
We all know that a person who speaks with ease is most likely a person who has confidence
in what he or she says. On the other hand there are people who stutter, who do “Ummm…
maybe… hmmm” and that’s where they get perceived as people who aren’t confident
enough to speak. It also looks like they’re making up a story to hide the truth.
Isn’t it possible that they’re just too scared sometimes of the audience? Maybe in a suitable
environment with lesser audience or in writing, they’d pass on the message quite clearly. But
when it would be needed at the very moment, they most likely fail to deliver.
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So is this their fault? Or just sheer confidence issues? Or maybe who knows… no reason?
This is something that has got my attention. I know a few friends of mine who are bright and
smart. They can do a lot of things. But when it comes to put those actions to words, they just
don’t live up to the mark. This doesn’t mean that they have failed as individuals. They are
successful, they are growing. But I know that maybe, just a slight maybe that if they could
speak with ease, with a free mind & with oodles of confidence, they’d be even better at what
they’re doing. That’s my belief.
So I would like to leave this thought to you with 2 questions.
1) Do you agree with my view?
2) Do you think that the person realizes that not speaking with ease is affecting his/her
growth? What do you think they can do about this?
I’ll be glad if you’ll can answer these 2 questions above for me.
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