The last few days I have not had a voice, that is, my normal, strong voice. Apparently, whether it was due to the flu or allergies, laryngitis has settled in my vocal chords.
"I may not have a voice, but I still can write, write, and write," was a posting on my Facebook page.
Huh. I still have a voice, a say in what I want to convey -- just a different delivery system.
Which voice do you use the most? What is your most effective way of communicating? How do you get your points across?
“Literature is my Utopia. Here I am not disenfranchised. No barrier of the senses shuts me out from the sweet, gracious discourses of my book friends. They talk to me without embarrassment or awkwardness.” ~Helen Keller
Peggy Lee Hanson, personal transition guide and mentor, is expert at compassionately helping those suffering loss of any proportion, especially through unemployment. Using proven strategies and support, she teaches how to move quickly and easily through current or impending life-changing moments so that you can have the life you are meant -- and deserve -- to live.
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