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5 Reasons Your Voice May Be Sabotaging Your Success

Some years ago, Barbara Walters interviewed Kathleen Turner, commenting on Turner’s “low, wonderful voice.”  The actress responded that she could not understand how a woman could spend thousands of dollars on her clothing, hair, and makeup and not spend some … Continue reading
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5 Ways Your Voice May Be Sabotaging Your Success

Some years ago, Barbara Walters interviewed Kathleen Turner, commenting on Turner’s “low, wonderful voice.” The actress responded that she could not understand how a woman could spend thousands of dollars on her clothing, hair, and makeup and not spend some … Continue reading
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The Top 10 Reasons Voice Training Should Be Part of Your Professional Development

Whether you are looking for a job, firmly ensconced in one, or in the midst of starting your own business, voice training is something you should consider – especially if the sound of your voice on recording equipment leaves much … Continue reading
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The Problem May Not Be Your English – The Problem May Be Your Diction

Many of my clients speak English as a second language, initially contacting me because they are not being understood when they speak. Of course, they question if their English skills are lacking. In 99% of the cases, I have found … Continue reading
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Accents Are Not a Problem As Long As Your Speech Is Understandable

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
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