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- SP on 3 Steps for a Sexier, Deeper Sound If Your Voice Is Nasal
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I hear it time and time again. Women emailing me or phoning to ask me what they can do about their childlike voice, wondering if it is possible to change that sound. Absolutely. You have a voice inside of you … Continue reading
Would you like a deeper speaking voice? Perhaps you are over 21 and think your voice sounds too young. Maybe you feel that your voice is wimpy, strident, harsh, whispery, or nasal. The good news is that you actually have … Continue reading
A lot of people contact me because they want to speak more clearly, more distinctly. What I explain to my clients and customers is that my goal for them is not to eliminate their accent – merely to have them … Continue reading
If you are looking to improve your speaking voice, your first priority is to find a coach who will teach you how to breathe with the support of your diaphragm. Breathing with this support is something most people are not … Continue reading
How the Exact Same Technique Corrects Both Problems – The Voice That Is Too Loud and the One That Is Too Soft
Something unusual happened recently, something which I haven’t experienced in all my years as a voice coach. It happened on two consecutive days. I received a phone call from two men, both of whom possessed a ‘loud’ voice. You may … Continue reading
The other day I received an email from a young man who told me that he was getting a sore throat by speaking loudly at the clubs and wondered if my training dealt with volume. I had to smile when … Continue reading