The human voice is its most powerful instrument and not being able to use it to its maximum capability interrupts other skills. The tone, the volume, and the speed are important characteristics to remember when speaking effectively. A major consequence in not mastering verbal communications is not making any sense. When speaking to someone or even persuading someone, that person must understand fully what weare talking about. For example, speaking to someone about art of auto mechanisms may just as well be misrepresented if they are not informed well, unless that person has some knowledge in that department. So making sure you are fully capable to inform and help someone apprehend the content at hand is all a form of mastering the skill of speaking. Many people believe that using “big words” or having an “intense vocabulary” will impress their peers. This may sound right but the person’s vocabulary may not be as extensive as yours, so your peers may find there selves lost. Your peers will label you as not being fully educated and most likely you will not be an effective listener. Although it depends on who you are speaking to, you must try to fit in. While doing so do not undermine your capabilities. Not being equipped can limit you opportunity for getting a job. You can’t receive a job if you can’t be grammatically correct. Most employers want to hire a person who can produce accurate responses. It also lessens the chance of you being a manager. If desired, you will not be able to become a productive politician. Your public speaking will be massively affected.