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1. Which Words Best Describe Your Speaking Voice?
August 26, 2014

When you hear your voice on a recording, what first comes to mind? Would you say that your voice is wimpy, weak or too soft? Perhaps it is throaty, raspy or hoarse. Do you find it higher in pitch than you thought? Maybe you sound too young. You may find it breathy or whispery or the exact opposite – strident and shrill. Does it sound nasal and whiny like that of Fran Drescher? Perhaps it is reedy, heavy, dull or loud. There are various words which can describe the voice. You may feel that several terms are apt descriptions. The question is what you can do about it. You are no... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

2. What Is Your Reaction When You Hear Yourself on a Recording?
August 19, 2014

One of the most interesting comments I have heard from my clients was a man who said that he really loved the sound of his voice but he didn’t like how he sounded on recording equipment. What this man did not understand was that the way he hears himself in his head is not his true sound. And it is definitely not how everyone else hears him. Most people do not like their voice on recording equipment for two reasons: 1. they don’t recognize what they hear; and, 2. the pitch of their voice sounds higher on the recording equipment than how they ‘think’ they sound; If you have ever ... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

3. Losing Your Voice in the Club Scene?
August 05, 2014

Does this sound familiar? You go to a loud club and your friends tell you that they can’t hear you even though you’ve been talking in a louder voice. Your throat feels raw and sore or perhaps you have lost your voice after an hour or two of straining to be heard. What you are experiencing is vocal abuse. You’ve been pushing your voice, which is not only straining your vocal cords and throat, but is not being heard in the process. This is tiring, frustrating and can lead to permanent damage. Your friends don’t have this problem so why do you? Your vocal cords are as individual to... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

4. When the Caller Asks to Speak to Your Mother
July 14, 2014

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 that sounds more mature and can even improve with age no matter how old you are. The problem is you don’t know where it is – but it is in there. I guarantee it. I can’t tell you the hundreds of women with whom I have worked who have found their ‘real’ voice and then seen their life improve dramatically. By using your chest cavity to power your voice, your childlike sound ... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

5. Your Voice Is Your Calling Card - Is That Good Or Not So Good?
April 09, 2014

One of the 1st things you do when you start a new business is to create a business card. While the purpose of the card is to identify you and your business, your goal with that card is to project a positive image of that business. In fact, you should probably hire a creative talent to design your card because you want an image that looks professional and successful. Your voice is a form of calling card as well. When you consider that the sound of your voice accounts for a good 37% of the image you project, what does yours say about you? Does it sound professional? What about over the... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

6. Don't Push Your Voice - Empower It!
January 07, 2014

One of the difficulties people have with their speaking voice is that they have no control over it. They push hard from their throat and vocal cords to speak instead of allowing their sound to be powered by their chest cavity. And the difference between these two practices can be quite extreme. When you speak, your voice should be resonated in 5 cavities: the chest, larynx (voice box), pharynx (throat), mouth and nasal cavities. For most people, however, there is no chest resonance because their sound formulates in the larynx and pharynx and then follows through in the mouth and nos... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

7. What Is Causing Your Chronic Hoarseness or Persistent Sore Throat?
November 12, 2013

If you are experiencing hoarseness or a sore throat which will not go away, it could be vocal abuse. For many of my clients who complain of one or both of these problems, after a visit to an Ear, Nose, & Throat Specialist, they are told that there is no physical problem. Often the vocal cords and/or throat may have some redness; but, other than that, they are told that they are not sick and given a clean bill of health. That is the problem. And that is vocal abuse. Because the majority of people power their voice primarily by means of their throat and vocal cords (as well as the mouth... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

8. You Will Experience Breathlessness If You Talk Too Fast
November 05, 2013

Breathlessness is not just a problem for those who are involved in some form of strenuous activity. It is also a problem for many novice public speakers. Add nervousness to the picture and you have the perfect recipe for losing control of your delivery: as you try to catch up on your diminishing air supply, you probably notice that your pitch is rising higher and higher and your speed is getting faster and faster. One of the most important things you should do when speaking (or exercising) is to breathe with the support of your diaphragm, also known as deep breathing. For the athlete,... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

9. Are You Projecting Your Voice or Are You Shouting?
August 14, 2013

I had a wonderful experience recently as the proud parent of an officer in training in the United States Army. 137 young men and women were given their branching orders. They walked onto the stage alone, faced the audience and said “I’m Intermediate Officer Candidate,” followed by their last name and then announced their orders which included infantry, chemical, military police, engineer, military intelligence, etc. What was fascinating was listening to their voices for volume. In a small theatre with no microphone, a normal, everyday volume level would not work for those sitting in th... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

10. How Vocal Abuse and Public Speaking Go Hand-in-Hand
July 16, 2013

One of the greatest challenges for those whose careers involve public speaking is vocal abuse. We see it with many who make a living by addressing an audience – from political candidates like Hillary Clinton to world-renowned motivational speakers like Anthony Robbins. Other career choices that involve heavy use of the voice include aerobics instructors, coaches, teachers, ministers, business trainers, and even stay-at-home moms who may be inclined to yell a lot throughout their day. The problem with vocal abuse is that unless you change the placement of your voice, it will continue... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

11. When You Stop Pushing Your Voice, You Will Stop the Vocal Abuse
July 02, 2013

I hear from many people about their chronic hoarseness, a persistent sore throat, or even loss of voice by the end of the day. This is called vocal abuse and until you change how you produce voiced sound, you will not stop this abuse. Most people are using only 4 of their 5 resonators to speak: the voice box, throat, mouth and nasal cavities with most of the work being accomplished by the throat and vocal cords. The 5th resonator is your chest cavity and is responsible for a deeper, richer, warmer sound. It is also the only means of increasing your volume without shouting. If your ch... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

12. Voice Training: Hate Hearing Yourself on Your VoiceMail?
June 25, 2013

There is no doubt about it. Most people not only dislike hearing themselves on recording equipment, but they also don’t want to believe what they hear. The unfortunate truth about what you hear on your voicemail, camcorder, or some other form of recording is that that sound is exactly how everyone else recognizes you. Whether your voice is strident, harsh, throaty, whispery, child-like, too soft, too loud, monotone, nasal or high-pitched, it most definitely does not correspond with how you hear yourself in your head when you speak. In fact, the majority of people hear their voice in t... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

13. Your Real Voice Is Deeper in Pitch and More Mature in Sound
June 18, 2013

In an article I wrote about the value of diaphragmatic breathing in public speaking, what I did not discuss was how this type of breathing is what you must do in order to find your ‘real’ speaking voice. And that ‘real’ voice is deeper in pitch, warmer in quality and resonant in sound. So what does breathing have to do with your voice? Everything. The type of breathing you employ determines how you sound. If you are not breathing with support but instead relying on your upper chest for respiration, also known as shallow or lazy breathing, then the voice which results will be higher in... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

14. The Value of Diaphragmatic Breathing in Public Speaking
June 18, 2013

There are several dynamics that make for good public speaking but the one component that far outweighs all others is the need to breathe while speaking. Without air, there is no voice. And yet, many novice speakers never think about that life-giving force when addressing an audience. In fact, it is often the last thing on their minds when indeed it should be the first. As a people, we are renowned for being lazy or shallow breathers. What this means is that we are using only the upper portion of the chest for respiration instead of making use of the diaphragm and the entire mid-torso ... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

15. How you can Be a superb Female Powerhouse Singer
May 29, 2013

Get familiar with terminology. "Powerhouse singing" is normally referred to by the common public as belting. Belting, nonetheless, doesn't usually equal incredibly loud vocals. Belting simply suggests pushing your chest voice into head voice variety. Chest voice is definitely the voice you typically use to speak in and resonates mostly inside your chest. Head voice could be the larger, lighter voice the majority of people use when singing very softly and it resonates largely in your head. For the purposes of this article, we'll make use of the terms "powerhouse vocals" and "belting" interchang... (read more)

Author: Titus Sweat

16. How you can Be a very good Female Powerhouse Singer
May 23, 2013

Get acquainted with terminology. "Powerhouse singing" is commonly referred to by the general public as belting. Belting, having said that, does not usually equal pretty loud vocals. Belting simply implies pushing your chest voice into head voice variety. Chest voice is the voice you normally use to speak in and resonates largely inside your chest. Head voice would be the larger, lighter voice most people use when singing incredibly softly and it resonates mostly inside your head. For the purposes of this short article, we will use the terms "powerhouse vocals" and "belting" interchangeably. ... (read more)

Author: Shaun Robbins

17. A Voice Like That of George Clooney or Julia Ormond Is Within Your Reach
May 15, 2013

Imagine standing out from the crowd when you speak. Is it possible? Everyone has a better voice inside of them; unfortunately, most people are unaware of it. What is a better voice? One that vibrates in your chest when you speak and grabs your listeners’ attention with its warmth and resonance. Unfortunately, the only resonance most people hear when they speak is that which is coming through their nose. That is not the resonance I am talking about. Voices like that of Ashley Judd, Morgan Freeman, George Clooney, Kate Beckinsale, Diane Sawyer, Peter Coyote, Cher, Sean Connery, ... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

18. Voice Training Gives You Power Over Your Voice, Command of Your Words, and Control of Your Speed
April 25, 2013

It never ceases to amaze me how many people discover this marvelous control over their voice and their words when they learn how to use their chest cavity as their primary sounding board. At a recent 2-Day Voice & Presentation Skills Workshop in Atlanta, one of my clients named Monica was delighted with the results, remarking that, “It is as if I’m controlling my speech and in command of my words.” She later sent me an email saying that her voice is getting “sweeter and sweeter.” When I met Monica, I immediately recognized that her volume was too soft and that she often spoke too quickl... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

19. If You Sound Like a Wimp, You Are Guaranteed Not to Get the Job
March 10, 2013

I just received a phone call from a young man who asked if I was hiring. I am not hiring; however, were I looking for help with my business, this man would definitely not be on my list of candidates. He sounded like a wimp; and, while I did not use those exact words, I suggested that in his future cold calls, he should speak with confidence. Not aggressive by any means, but certainly not wimpy! The image you project has a tremendous impact on how others perceive you. Part of that image is the sound of your speaking voice. Some studies suggest that it accounts for 37% of your imag... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

20. The Similarities Between Yoga and Voice Training
March 05, 2013

I am sure you are questioning how these two disciplines are similar. Actually 3 of the 5 principles of yoga are the same principles of voice training. And, because I personally live my life 24/7 making use of these 3 principles, I am able to handle stress and minor pain quite effectively. The 1st principle is relaxation which is something I suggest before training for the speaking (or singing) voice even begins. Any tension in the shoulder, neck, throat, mouth and/or jaw regions will negatively affect the outcome of discovering your ‘real’ or ‘true’ voice. When you can release the t... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

21. You Don't Smoke - You're Not Sick - But Your Throat Hurts
February 19, 2013

Those who smoke, who are sick or who take prescriptive medications can often experience a sore or raw throat. What about the individual who does not fall into any of those 3 categories but experiences a persistent sore throat or chronic hoarseness? The only real cause for an irritated throat is misplacement of the voice. That sounds strange, doesn’t it? You ask, how is it possible to misplace your voice? The answer is simple. When you consider that you have 5 cavities in the body responsible for the vibration and amplification of voiced sound and that you are probably using only 4 of t... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

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