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Cenophia Mitchell: Corporate Narration Demo

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Description

Corporate Narration - Informative, Relatable, Conversational, Authentic, Inspired, Passionate, Professional, Friendly, Natural, Authentic, Storyteller, Warm, Cool, Unique, Technical, Trustworthy, Business, Corporate Messaging, Millennial, Gen X, Xennial, Gen Y, Youthful, Diverse, African-American, Female, Not your average girl next door.

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Vocal Characteristics

Language

English

Voice Age

Young Adult (18-35)

Accents

North American, US African American, US General American (GenAm), US New York (New Jersey, Bronx, Brooklyn)

Transcript

Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
in the beginning, Most new things excite us way are inspired and dedicated, but the waves of life can crash down and cloud our vision. And the way ahead isn't always crystal clear. That's a bold statement, but in less time than it takes to watch an episode of the walking dead. I can show you how to put your customers on lock down. Everything is fighting for your customers. Attention. Traditional marketing channels just don't work like before always dreamed of putting your words on the pages of a published book. Now you can. Whether you want to put your passion in print or bring your business plans, the life you can make a bookstore quality trade book and get it into the world in a matter of weeks. After all, networking is one of the few keys to success in the performance based market industry. The only things more important are staying up to date on all industry innovations and getting your hands on the latest research. Of course, these things aren't easy to do when you're on your own. Meet Maria and HR Pro. She was given the marching orders of creating a more diverse atmosphere in her workplace, and she did a great job. But that's not the end of the story. It's only the beginning. Soon she started to notice some problems. Not everyone was getting along. These problems manifested as gaps in communication, a bit of judgment and noticeable separation of groups. It was happening among older and younger employees, men and women, people with disabilities, those of different races, religions and orientation. The list goes on cybercrimes air in the news every day. Personal information, stolen credit card accounts, compromised, data held hostage. One attacker strikes your network. The list of things that can go wrong is nearly endless. And believe me, they're trying to get in right now. Shared knowledge of the team is always at everybody's fingertips, and that helps us deliver better, faster every single time.