I’m going to tell you what untuned violins and communications courses have in common so you don’t waste another minute running an uphill path that’s not getting you any closer to having the impact and influence you want.
Should you start your speech with a joke? My answer may surprise you. Find out, in this week’s voice lesson, free for you to enjoy. Also in that episode, I’ll show you how to discover what TYPE of humor is most natural to you. When you know that, you’ll be able to effortlessly and authentically build camaraderie with your listeners, without ever feeling awkward or making people uncomfortable.
Could your voice be the reason you’re not further ahead in your career by now? The fact is, most people’s voices don’t SOUND like the job title they have. However the most successful people I know have all managed to align who they are as a professional with how they sound when they speak. They enjoy a seamless synergy between how they want to be perceived–all their good intentions and credibility–with the way people actually perceive them, every time they speak.
Today is the perfect day to eliminate a myth for you. This particular misguided belief has been holding countless speakers back from achieving the impact and recognition that they’ve been craving… Here it is: Many people mistakenly believe that only SINGERS need a voice coach. Buying into that myth is costing them, and maybe you, a lot of time, hard work, and money.
If you, or someone you know, is an adult but still has a voice that sounds like a kid, I have good news for you! It is simply a case of the wrong choice made from the wrong information to choose from. Watch this video lesson to learn what that means and what you can do to sound better, starting today!
I just got back from doing a keynote for a fantastic Fortune 150 firm that is thinking outside the box to train their salespeople in a way that will blow the roof off industry expectations. Does it surprise you that another industry giant hired me as a voice coach to train their sales people?