220: How to Find the Right Voice
Published November 30, 2015
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    Dr. Laura Sicola:
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    In teaching, your best skill is flexibility.
    –Dr. Laura Sicola

    Most people are painfully oblivious to how they come across when they communicate.
    –Dr. Laura Sicola

    Typically, with somebody that you choose to listen to regularly, there’s something about the way they communicate that both speaks to you in their content, but you also like the sound of their voice.
    –Dr. Laura Sicola

    What I’m trying to help people see is that you already have the entire range of speech styles available to you. They’re already a part of who you are. It’s just a matter of being able to tap into them when necessary.
    –Dr. Laura Sicola
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