It's not what you say, it's how you say it. There are so many different factors that contribute to how your message is perceived: your body language, facial expressions and, maybe most importantly, your tone of voice and how you actually speak.
A new book, "Successful Women Speak Differently" by Valorie Burton, delves into this very timely topic. In the book, Burton provides tips and advice for how women should adjust their speaking style to boost their success. She joined TODAY to share a few key tips:
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