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September 28, 2007


Joanna Young

Hi Anastasia

Thanks for the link, and for asking such a good question!

I'd be interested to know what your readers think. I know it's quite a challenge to hold on to your authentic voice in a profession or company that is not your own. I guess there are two main suggestions that I'd offer. One is about the words - the other is deeper and maybe more challenging, but it's a powerful way for the writer, the person writing the words, to stay connected to themselves

1. Try and keep your language as plain, everyday, jargon free as possible

2. Know your own values, and write in the knowledge that you're being true to them

Best wishes



Joanna -
Thank you so much for taking time to share your tips with us. Your blog has so much to offer!

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