There are a lot of buzz words floating about society. Words such as transparency, empowered, covert, and epidemic. I often read these words in documents or stories and hear them in speeches and interviews.
Personally, I don’t care much for any of these words. Unless, of course, you combine a few of them – covert transparency (sounds legit) or empowered epidemic (we all know empowerment is supposed to garner positive results, so this should work out really well).
When I hear the words spoken I often think, “Hear we go again with the wished I was buzzed words.”
That was until I heard a story about voices and what they – not the words we say – reveal about us.
I found it interesting and decided to participate in the experiment. I grabbed my phone and quickly made a voice memo, following the script, as instructed.
Thus, without further ado and with complete covert transparency, I reveal to you my real, full name: