I'm wondering if there's a name for this particular kind of redundant phrasing:
So what I'm going to do right now is, I'm going to . . .
So what you want to do is, you want to . . .
I notice this most often in tutorial contexts (classroom lectures, YouTube videos) or sales pitches. In a tutorial context, it projects a lack of confidence or knowledge; in a sales pitch, it comes off as a deliberate distraction or verbal confidence trick.
Would this be considered a type of speech disfluency?
Note that I'm not asking for a general descriptive word like circumlocution. I'm looking for a name for this specific pattern of speech so I can find out if anything scholarly has been written about it.