Polywork 13m Series Andreessen Siliconrepublic

September 6, 2013, 5:38 PM EDT This is a Jocelyn Murdoch voice. She’s a voice. You know, the kind that you get when you listen to somebody for the first time and you really understand who they are and what kind of person they are. And she’s that voice. It’s got a hollowness to it that just makes sense from her perspective. She’s so humble and so down-to-earth but also so honest and open about everything. She’s a great example of how being human can be empowering in its own right.

Jocelyn is a voice of integrity and love.

Jocelyn is a voice that speaks to us as if she were looking directly into our eyes. Her voice is sweet and caring, as if she were saying, “I love you, too.” It’s so soft and inviting it makes your stomach hurt. It makes you feel safe and loved. It makes you feel loved because it’s the most vulnerable and honest voice you’re ever going to hear. And yet, it’s so strong and powerful. It’s like an anchor with winter’s Arctic winds. It’s everything you could want and more.

This is how she speaks to us.

This is how she speaks to us all. It’s how she explains things. You might not think that your favorite author is talking to you right now, but watch how she’s reading and you’ll see why she’s talking to you. It’s not just reading from the charende>>>>>ers; it’s also from some of her decisions and actions.

The lightest, kindest voice you’ll ever hear.

Some people are just naturally bright. Others are just naturally kind. But Jocelyn is one of the latter. Her voice has a gentle, sweet warmth to it that makes you feel so safe and comforted. Her tone is kind and comforting, which makes you feel safe and happy, too. Her words are soothing, calming things that make you feel relaxed and calm.

What makes her so great?

Jocelyn is a great example of how being human can be empowering in its own right. She’s brave enough to speak out against the things that she believes in and stand for things that she believes in. Whether it be speaking up for others or standing up for yourself, she is fighting the good fight.

How to listen to her: Once you listen, don’t think about it again.

Jocelyn is a happy, laughing, silly person. You’ll never get the sense that she’s on edge or that she’s in a rush. Instead, you’ll hear a happy, jovial laugh and you’ll feel relaxed and comfortable around her. It’s as if you’ve known her for years and you’ve been able to watch her from the inside out.

YouTube has been Jocelyn’s favorite place to be as of late.

Jocelyn is so beautiful that it’s scary. There are days when you want to get up and go to her and have a conversation with her, but you don’t know how or where to even begin. The Internet has been her warm, friendly haven. She’s kind and nice to everyone she meets. You can talk to her whenever and anywhere you want because there’s no Internet. It’s like being in a warm, cozy clothesender with a big, warm, and happy Jocelyn. You’ll never forget it.

A spotlight on diversity in media.

As an African American man, you’re probably going to get a lot of crap for this one. But you’re right. diversity in media is a shining light for the lack of it in other industries. In fact, there haven’t been many Spotlight moments for diversity in the media in recent years. How could there be? There’s simply not been the time or space for it.

Bottom line

These are just a few examples of how, for the most part, the media has dealt with diversity in the workplace and in the media. Even when it comes to the entertainment industry, where there isn’t always an abundance of representation, the media is an important part of society. It’s important to recognize the contributions that each and every one of us can make, no matter how small, and use this as a platform to shine light on the issues that matter most to you. That’s how you identify as a person and make the most impact.

Leave a Reply

Back to top button