My Lack of Thai Fluency Wasn’t Treated Like an Incompetency

English speakers need to do better

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My co-founder and I were on a call with a potential client, where we were explaining our offerings and workshops. While we do our work in English, because we’re working in the Thai market, sometimes our clients prefer Thai instead.

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