Left Handed Slow Talker
I dread that time of the month when I am asked to post to our Page 1 Solutions design blog. When I get the assignment I can formulate and plan what I want to write about but timetime1 I sit at the computer open a new Word document and 2
That is why these blog postings are so difficult for me.
I think my difficulty with words stem from the fact that I am a left hand right brain type of thinker. I learn much faster by seeing than by hearing or reading. Now couple that with the fact that, , 3 I have trained myself to communicate most effectively for my employers and clients by using visuals and images. Now as a result my words just get lal4.
myThoughtshead5 form images that are transferred to my hands instead of forming words to be transferred to my tongue. This can be difficult for some people 6 and it has left me theredface7 more than once. Because it takes me longer to form and speak words than the average person, my wife and 2 kids have labeled me a “Slow Talker” . whiOncele8 they chance upon another “Slow Talker” and express their frustration at having to sit through a conversation with such a person. I feel I need to defend my position but I am 9
I am in the process of starting a support group for Slow Talkers. Once a month we will meet to discuss - Lawyer Marketing Dental Marketing and Plastic Surgery Marketing but the real focus will be how to introduce slow talking to the rest of the world. I don't expect the sessions to last more than 12 hours.
I am also going to go 10 here and start an all visual blog – No Words Allowed.
1 time after time
3 for over thirty years
4 all - mixed up
5 Thoughts in my head
6 to understand
7 red in the face
8 Once in a while
9 OUT numbered 3 to 1
10 out on a limb