What does it take to be a clear communicator? Claire and guest, Robi Ley, have a spirited discussion of how to get your best thoughts out of your head and onto paper or into clear spoken words.
Robi Ley is the owner and lead communication coach at WordCrafter Consultants. Robi believes that every person has a story. Her business is about helping people tell their story.
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