Tag Archive: voice training

Video: How to Present “Boring” Content

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Video: How to Create Buy-in from Your Listeners in Presentation

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Video: How to Make People Embrace Change in Your Presentation

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Video: How to Develop a Mature Voice

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Video: How to Overcome Monotone (1)

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The Secret to a Voice with Impact

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To influence your audience and have them think, feel and take action, you must engage your audience, give them time to reflect on what you’ve said and relate it back to their own lives. Rushing through your speech does not offer that opportunity. Pause does. Pause, expressed in silence, is more than silence. As Dale Carnegie put, …

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Four Sins of Speaking Fast

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8 out of 10 of my clients speak very fast. “It’s just the way I talk. I tried to remind myself but still have difficulty slowing down. “People always ask me to repeat, which frustrates me.” “I speak so fast that I feel breathless after some time.” Did you experience similar frustrations? You might think …

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Feel Your Words

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Nine out of ten clients told me that they are monotone in their presentations. The problem is not that we are not expressive, but that we’ve kept the emotions to ourselves in the modern society. We see expressing emotions as a sign of being weak, getting easily seen through or taken advantage of by others. The truth …

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Ask. Don’t Tell.

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I was coaching a client lately on presentation. The feedback he received from the participants included “boring” and “not engaging”. Upon having him presenting to me, I realized one of the major issues he had was that he was telling almost all the time. People learn from autonomy and reflection. In presentations, we, as audience, …

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A Simple Exercise for Immediate Improvement in Voice Projection

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There’s one simple exercise that could help you understand the essence of voice projection, find out what may be holding you back from proper voice projection and improve your projection immediately. The exercise is … Lip Fluttering. Take a deep breath in and when you breathe out, use your out-breath to make your lips vibrate. …

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