We appreciate the fact, that finally you’ve decided to do things, majorly for yourself. We understand you’re here after the big bold heading, but what’s there in your head matters the most to us. So, now you’ve introspected and that led you to overcome your procrastination. Well… a major step, which we both are proud of. As the heading says “words to express yourself clearly” is enough for you to understand. The need to know these words , may vary , but the result perhaps is one, which is, you living happily ever after with confidence.
Know These Words to Give Yourself a Head-start
Nevertheless, day in and day out we come across incidences where we have to express ourselves with clarity. Be it the last Viva or upcoming interview. We need to speak up what’s there in our head because sometimes our thoughts don’t go along with our tongue. But this isn’t coming overnight, one has to go through a lot of failure and hard work.
Finally, the first step to bring your thoughts to voice is a strong vocabulary. For that we have put down some positive words with their meaning for a smooth start.
- Affable — Easy to talk to.
- Agreeable — Enjoyable to talk to.
- Amiable — Friendly and nice.
- Polite — One who is good at saying “please,” “thank you,” etc.
- Gregarious — someone who likes being with other people.
- Sympathetic — anyone who shows that he understands and cares about other people’s problems.
- Understanding — The same as “sympathetic” — he understands other people’s problems well.
- Sincere — someone who says what he really thinks and feels
- Straight forward — Direct and honest.
- Generous — Anyone who likes giving things to people.
- Helpful — Someone who likes helping.
- Kind — Someone who cares about others and likes to help them, often emotionally.
- Giving — He/she who likes giving things to people — it’s the same as “generous.”
- Self-disciplined — Who can control their own behavior easily, and is organized.
- Resourceful — Someone who is good at finding ways to solve problems.
- Proactive — She/he who doesn’t wait for things to happen. They makes them happen!
- Practical — Someone who is good at finding the simplest and most efficient solution.
- Organized — Anyone who knows how to organize things well.•
- Efficient — Someone who can organize things quickly and clearly.•
- Hardworking — someone who works hard!
- Diligent — Who does their work carefully and cares about the details.
However, these examples will only matter till you’re firm about learning. This may take time but is worth giving a shot. Good luck!