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1. The Tone of Your Voice Tells a Story - What Is Yours Saying?
June 09, 2017

When it comes to the speaking voice, tone deals with the expression of a mood or emotion. In relationship to your delivery, your tone can have a surprising influence on how your topic or subject is perceived. Were you to give a motivational speech, your tone would be different than if you were speaking to a master’s level class on horticulture. I worked with a woman who always sounded distant when answering the phone. In truth, the tone in her voice made her sound uninterested. No matter who was on the other end of the line, be it her colleagues or prospective clients, the tone in her voi... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

2. How to Train Your Voice to Be More Charismatic
December 02, 2014

There is an interesting article in the Wall Street Journal, by the same title, about the charismatic influence your voice can have in your professional life. Having analyzed the voices of leaders in countries such as Brazil, France, and Italy, scientists have found that those who exhibited charisma “use their voices to dominate, rouse and influence a large audience.” By analyzing the voice and speech patterns of various political leaders and CEOs, they discovered that there were two areas which strongly influenced how these speakers were perceived by audiences. Both the depth of the v... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

3. Speaking with Color - Not Too Much Or Too Little
November 10, 2014

Color refers to those various effects in speech which give life to your delivery. Another way to describe color is the emotion and the animation heard in your voice and seen in your body language and facial expression when talking. The interesting thing about color is that you don’t want too much or too little. Similar to the fairy tale, Goldilocks and the 3 Bears, you want the right amount of color when you speak to keep your audience’s attention on your words. If you are overly expressive, you will sound like you are acting or talking to children. One of my clients was a former... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

4. A Voice Without Expression Is Like a Garden Without Color
September 17, 2014

For 5 months of the year, my garden is brown, lifeless, and dull. Were it to remain colorless through the rest of the year, I would have no passion or interest in gardening. That which makes the voice interesting to listen to – by means of your vocal variety, facial expression, and body language – is known as color. It is what all listeners want to see and hear. If those we watched on TV and in the movies had no expression, Hollywood would not exist. We expect color in our homes, in our clothing, in our offices, in our cars and even in our iPhones; yet, there are those who speak w... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

5. Knowing Your Audience Is Your 1st Step in Creating Your Speech or Presentation
May 06, 2014

When you are asked, requested, or invited to speak, whether it is for your company, a business organization, a leads club, or some type of conference, how familiar are you with your audience and their needs? As much as you may want to deliver a stellar presentation, if you do not know to whom you are speaking, then you may be wasting their time and yours. If you think that standing in front of an audience is about you, then you are mistaken. It is about how your message can help, enlighten, educate, and/or motivate them. The truth is that your purpose for addressing an audience is becau... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

6. Could Your Voice Use Some Color?
March 25, 2014

I hear it all the time. People complaining that their voice is boring; that it lacks excitement or emotion. Let me ask you a question. If you feel this way about your voice, can you give yourself permission to show some emotion, to allow for some excitement in your expression? You may find this to be a strange request, but when it comes to the voice which is a monotone, it is a most legitimate question. Everyone feels emotion; however, not everyone is comfortable showing it. Some people tell me that they will look silly if they let others see and hear how they feel. Really? I... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

7. Public Speaking - Perfection in a Live Performance Not Possible, Just Ask Barbra Streisand!
February 14, 2014

Considered one of the most demanding actors/singers in Hollywood, Barbra Streisand strives for perfection in all her films and recordings. In either of these 2 situation in which you can edit, touch up, add or detract her, you might be able to say that the finished product is perfect. However, if you are talking about a live performance, I am confident that Ms. Streisand would tell you that she has never achieved perfection. You may have found her performances excellent, sublime, fantastic, moving, and passionate. You may even say that she is the best in the business; but, her live per... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

8. Paint a Picture With Your Voice When You Read the Lessons and Your Audience Will See It!
January 12, 2014

Sometimes, the least inspiring part of the Sunday service is listening to the lector read the lessons for the day. If you are a lector, why not paint a picture with your voice when you tell the story? Instead of their eyes being glued to their programs or Bibles, your congregants will be focused on you. That should be your goal as a reader. Let’s look at Psalm 63 Verse 1. O GOD, MY GOD! How I search for you! How I thirst for you in this parched and weary land where there is no water. How I long to find you. In just these 4 sentences, there is so much color that you can rig... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

9. Public Speaking Tips - 3 Steps for Adding More Color To Your Deliver
November 05, 2013

When it comes to speaking with more emotion, more life, more color, many people think it is just the voice with which they need to be concerned. Nothing could be further from the truth. Your facial expression and body language are just as important as your vocal variety. Think of what you do with your hands when you are talking to your friends, family or colleagues for example. If you’re standing, are they hanging loose at your sides? I would think not. More than likely you move them in some fashion. Also, you probably don’t stand perfectly still in this situation. What about... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

10. 4 Most Popular Musical Instruments
October 31, 2013

Music is freedom; of speech, of thought, of creativity, and of imagination. In a nutshell, music is the freedom to feel and express your emotions. Just like we use words to speak and express ourselves, feelings are expressed through the instrumental tunes of music. No matter which mood you are in, which emotion you want to express, you will definitely find instrumental tones which would touch the deepest corner of your heart and help you express. I dread to wonder what would our world be without music? Music has changed the way we live. It is a passion for some, a means of entertainment f... (read more)

Author: Axel Malone

11. Writer Speak Vs Mogul Speak
September 16, 2013

Writers and "movie makers" speak different languages. If you don't know this, it can get surreal holding a conversation with someone who is using writer terms, but is not a writer, because you are both using the same terms, you are simply using them to mean different things. I'll give you an example: When writers talk about tone -- it is wistful, it is dark, it is suspenseful, it is eerie -- writers tend to describe work in terms of an emotion evoked by the piece. They are telling you the flavor of the piece in their heads, in an emotional context. When a movie maker asks you tone, like an e... (read more)

Author: Bobby Nelson

12. Clean up the hair in style
September 06, 2013

Who doesn’t want their eyes to look pretty and neat? After all, our eyes show more emotion than anything else. Raising the eyebrow and batting the eyelids speak more volumes than our lips do. Then why not take good care of your eyebrows and eyelashes? Start with threading your eyebrows with the pros. When it comes to Eyelash Extensions Fitzroy is catching up to the latest trend. While people in Melbourne are used to waxing or tweezing their eyebrow threading Melbourne is the new way to go. PLAY brow bar has the also brought in the best Brazilians Fitzroy can offer. So next time you ha... (read more)

Author: play brow

13. Let your brows rock!
September 02, 2013

Who doesn’t want their eyes to look pretty and neat? After all, our eyes show more emotion than anything else. Raising the eyebrow and batting the eyelids speak more volumes than our lips do. Then why not take good care of your eyebrows and eyelashes? Start with threading your eyebrows with the pros. When it comes to eyebrow threading Melbourne is catching up to the latest trend along with other countries like UK and USA. While people in Melbourne are used to waxing or tweezing their eyebrow threading Melbourne is the new way to go. PLAY BROW & LASH BAR has the best eyebrow ... (read more)

Author: play brow

14. Subtle Emotion - The Key To Copy That Works
July 24, 2013

Say the word "emotion" to a man, and he'll immediately jump out of his seat and run from the room! Utter the word "emotion" to a woman, and she begins to conjure up thoughts of romantic, long talks centered around feelings. However, speak the word "emotion" to a copywriter and s/he should see dollar signs. Why? Because a good command of subtle emotion is the key to copy that works. The Difference Between Subtle and Obvious Emotion Confusing obvious and subtle emotion is a common mistake among copywriters. Let's say your copywriting client tells you his product should make the end user feel c... (read more)

Author: Dennis Hernandez

15. Ten ways for controlling angers in summer
June 26, 2013

As we know, negative emotions are harmful for our mental health. How to do when we are in anger? Staying quiet or venting it by quarreling loud? Here are a few tips for keeping your anger under control. 1. Keep silent when you are angry. If we speak in anger we will definitely aggravate the situation and quite likely hurt the feelings of others. If we speak in anger we will find that people respond in kind, creating a spiral of negative anger. If we can remain outwardly silent it gives time for the emotion of anger to leave us. When angry, count to ten before you speak. If very angry, count t... (read more)

Author: Emily Tang

16. Perfect foot cover for your baby girl
June 18, 2013

Selecting the baby girl shoes is one of the toughest jobs to do. It is not easy to choose the proper one. Baby girl is something very close to heart for all. The sweet innocence of the face makes us feel happy. Everything they have is just the thing that takes us to another world. They bind the relation with their innocence. The emotion is carried by them is somehow near to godly. The small eyes, small hands, fingers, soft skin, tiny feet everything delights our heart. They cannot speak. They cannot choose their own thing. They need to be dependable on their parents. The parents mu... (read more)

Author: Kent Anderson

17. Flowers for Different Occasions
June 13, 2013

Flowers are indeed one of the most beautiful creations of Mother Nature. They are elegant, simple and attractive. Moreover, a single exquisite flower is capable to express your deepest feeling eloquently to your loved ones. Whether it is love, friendship or emotion of sadness and sympathy, the bright and colourful petals can mysteriously speak happiest and saddest thoughts with utmost sincerity and ease. They are the symbol of love and passion. A bouquet of vivid, aromatic blossoms kept in the corner of your room, can bring joyful thoughts and positivity in your life. It is not wrong to say th... (read more)

Author: Emanuel Hartman

18. Let Flowers Speak
May 30, 2013

Flowers have a language of their own. They communicate at an emotional level. For centuries, flowers have been used to convey feelings, emotions and sentiments. Just like colors, different kinds of flowers are associated with different emotions.When you decide to send flowers to someone, you need to be clear about the feeling or emotion you want to convey. Flowers are a part of all celebrations of our lives like Weddings, Mother’s day, Birthday, Graduation etc. Send a bunch of yellow roses to your best friend to signify a promise of lifelong friendship or Daffodils to your favorite aun... (read more)

Author: Flower Aura

19. Frames South Africa - Frames to Pour Feel
April 30, 2013

Excellent furnishings are what make your home to look fantastic! It is the frames that bring the real beauty to your home or office. So go for the real beauty and get it with frames South Africa. There are several amazing styles in frames to select from. Make your room to look like romantic piece to share and enjoy your private and secret time. Get the one that boost up the beauty and comfort of your room with extra perfection and beauty. Let your interior decoration speak about your concept of beauty. You can get the frames designed to meet expectation and to pour rays of feelings and emotion... (read more)

Author: samuel coleman

20. When You (Unknowingly) Say Something Offensive to Your Audience
April 25, 2013

Some years ago, I was in London, Canada, speaking to a very large group of lawyers and their spouses about the power of the speaking voice. Part of my presentation on voice deals with color, which is the life, the animation, the emotion you express in speaking. In talking about this aspect of the voice, I mentioned a lawyer from London who was very well-known for being expressive – a most colorful man – by the name of Julius Melnitzer. Melnitzer had recently been arrested and found guilty of the largest personal loan fraud case in Canadian history. At the time of my speaking engagement... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

21. If You Are Seeking Perfection, You Just Failed Public Speaking 101!
April 15, 2013

What do you think constitutes perfection in public speaking? Is it saying every word perfectly without a mistake? Is it never losing your train of thought or emphasizing a particular word in a particular sentence or smiling at the right moment? There is no such thing as perfection in public speaking because perfection is subjective. What I may think is perfect may not be perfect in your eyes. Yes, you can type a page perfectly and you can have a perfect score on a math test; but, in a situation like acting, musical performances, sports, and public speaking, the best you can hope to ... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

22. Body Language in Public Speaking Should Complement Your Words - Not Detract From Them
March 28, 2013

Have you ever considered the language your face and body are speaking when you address an audience? Facial expression and body language are two components of colorful speaking that can have a tremendous effect on your audience no matter what your voice is saying. When I was teaching at the Ivey School of Business in London, Canada, one of my students tested that theory to its very core. She stood perfectly still, never moving a muscle. Her face showed no emotion, one way or the other. While her voice had some variety in speaking, her lack of any body language was telling the class a dif... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

23. If You Speak in a Monotone, Think Energy
March 05, 2013

Recently I was working with one of my clients, describing how to add more color to her voice. Color is the emotion, the life, the animation one expresses in speaking. Her response to me was, “You want me to speak with more energy.” While I certainly want speakers to have an energetic delivery, I had never associated the idea of the expressing of emotion when talking as speaking with more energy. For Portia, this was the answer and it may be the answer for you as well. Those who consistently speak in a voice that is a monotone usually keep their emotions bottled up inside of them. And, ... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

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