If you can’t fix it, feature it. From the first syllable you utter, the tone, timbre or twang of your voice conveys who you are. As you continue to speak, your history and your use of vocabulary create an outline of your cultural character in your audience’s mind. Honoring your history, utilizing clear vocabulary and featuring your unique accent will result in accentuated communication.
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