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"Beyond the prerequisite of merely getting the audience to listen, your voice also projects an image about you that can enhance your credibility and persuasiveness — or not.
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"The funny video below digs into that very idea—and while it’ll make you laugh, it should probably also make you think about your typical email tone.
Geoff Colvin reports at Fortune.