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1. Does Your Voice Do You Justice?
January 08, 2015

When you try to balance the scales regarding how others perceive you, there is no doubt that your visual image has the most weight. Your content or verbal image has the least. The one aspect of your image which is often ignored is how you sound. Your vocal image accounts for more than a third of the overall image you project; and, that sound is what you hear on your voicemail or some other form of recording equipment – not the voice you hear in your head. Whenever I address an audience, I always ask them if they believe that their image has an impact on their business. Of course, ever... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

2. 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

3. Public Speaking: Should You Thank Your Audience Or Not?
August 08, 2014

There is much debate as to the idea of thanking your audience. Some suggest never doing it while others recommend it be done as your parting words. There are even those who prefer that you thank your audience twice, both in your introduction and in your closing. Thanking your audience in your opening remarks is definitely not something I teach, recommend or suggest. Why should you thank your audience before you even begin? Your goal with your opening is to grab the attention of your audience with something more profound than “Thank you.” (Keep in mind, if you do not capture your list... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

4. 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

5. Does Your Voice Complete Your Professional Image Or Detract From It?
July 29, 2014

As a people, we are concerned about the image we project. Certainly in business we want to project a professional image. Does your speaking voice complete that image or does it detract? By the way, I’m not talking about the voice you hear in your head. I’m referring to the sound you hear on your voicemail – the sound by which everyone else recognizes you. If you are soft-spoken, for example, the image you are projecting is one of insecurity or weakness or diffidence. By learning to increase your volume to a normal level of sound, that image – which may have been 'screaming' lack of c... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

6. How Voice Training Improves the Soft-Spoken Voice
February 04, 2014

‘What did you say?’ How many times do others ask you those four simple words? Frustrating, isn’t it? If you are tired of constantly repeating yourself or having others ask you to repeat yourself, don’t you think it is time that you did something about it? Your volume is not something that will improve with age. Keep in mind that your ‘inner ear,’ which is how you hear yourself in your head, is most comfortable at the volume level you have been using throughout your life. One of your first steps is to record a professional voice from the radio or TV and then record your own voice ... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

7. So, You Want a Sexy Voice?
February 04, 2014

There is no doubt about it. Part of that which makes a voice sexy is tone – the expression of a sensual mood or attitude. However, a lot more goes into a hot voice than your expression. If your voice is high-pitched, whiny, nasal, or shrill voice, for example, it doesn’t matter how great your tone, the result will still be high-pitched, whiny, nasal, or shrill. There was a movie from the 80’s called Victor/Victoria in which one of the characters was a very sexy woman who sounded like a bimbo. You can see the reaction of her lover who finds her voice annoying. At this point in the fi... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

8. Pushing Your Voice Can Lead to Permanent Damage - Especially Super Bowl Sunday!
January 28, 2014

In less than a week, millions of Americans and Canadians will get together with friends and family to watch the largest sporting event in our country. And, during those 4 hours of play, a lot of fans will experience sore throats, hoarseness, and possibly even loss of voice. Many people will find their voice much improved in the next day or two; however, there are some who will begin to notice that their voices are not returning to their ‘normal’ sound or strength. This is called vocal abuse and the problem with vocal abuse is that it can lead to permanent damage of the vocal cords. U... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

9. If You Plan a Career in Public Speaking, Know Your Competition
January 07, 2014

While your delivery skills may be excellent and your material topnotch, what about that of your competition? Do you know who they are and what they talk about? There is no doubt that the business of public speaking comes with a great deal of stress; however one means of reducing that angst is to study your competition. I certainly do not advocate copying a speaker, but I do suggest learning about them and learning from them. What this means is that you should do a lot of research – certainly easier today than ever before with the internet – and see who is at the top of the ladder... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

10. Is the Sound of Your Speaking Voice Sending the Right Message?
September 10, 2013

The first time I heard myself on an audio recording, I was stunned – disbelieving – embarrassed. Convinced that my Sony was a cheap machine, I never considered that the other voices I heard on the recording sounded exactly like those of my friends. How do you feel when you hear yourself on your voicemail or a video recording? It is certainly a sound you do not recognize because we hear our own voice by means of our inner ear. And that is a sound which is distorted, vibrating in the solid and liquid of the brain. Likewise, when you speak, your voice travels through sound waves away from... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

11. Vocal Abuse: Unless You Change Your Voice Placement, It Will Not Go Away on Its Own
September 10, 2013

I recently received an email from a man who runs a museum in Australia inquiring whether he could include my blog posts in his newsletters for his museum guides. Why would a museum guide need information on the voice? Because his employees often speak non-stop throughout their day. Anyone who talks for great lengths of time, be it politicians, ministers, public speakers, trainers, coaches, teachers, professors, and the like, rely on their voice for their living. But vocal abuse does not just affect people in these professions. It can happen to those who root for their favorite sports ... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

12. Tired of Sounding Like a Child?
August 14, 2013

A problem many women experience is hearing themselves on some form or recording equipment and discovering that they sound like a teenager or worse yet, a child. Unfortunately, if this is the case with you, then what you are hearing on your voice mail or answering machine is exactly how everyone else recognizes you. Having a voice that is childlike does not instill confidence in your listeners and it would be to your advantage to make your voice an asset instead of a liability. Everyone has a better voice inside of them. And that better voice sounds more mature. It does not sound too old... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

13. Calling All Teachers - Will You Experience Vocal Abuse When You Return to School in September?
August 06, 2013

One of the most difficult problems for the middle-aged teacher is having enough voice to get through the day. While it most often effects those in their 40’s and 50’s, I am seeing it in younger teachers as well. Described as chronic hoarseness, a persistent sore throat, or even loss of voice, vocal abuse will not go away on its own until you stop what is causing it. Often the teacher will see an Ear, Nose and Throat Specialist who may discover polyps or nodes on the vocal cords. What is more common, however, is that the doctor finds nothings physically wrong with the cords aside from s... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

14. Sounding Like a Teenager Does Not Sound Credible
August 06, 2013

The other day I was listening to the radio and the host was interviewing a woman who has written a New York Times bestseller about men. I am very familiar with this host and I know that the book must be very good or he would not have had this woman on the air. In fact, this is the 2nd time he has interviewed her. The difficulty I have in listening to this woman is that she sounds like a teenager; thus, I find it hard to take her seriously. A voice that is childlike or reminiscent of a teenager does not give me confidence in that person’s credibility. In researching this author, I can t... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

15. How To Increase Female Fertility
July 24, 2013

A girl when takes birth she have pass through in 4 phases: 1) Childhood: In her childhood she is termed as a girl. A girl will have shrill voice and long her at this phase. It has been observed that girls grasp the things better than boys. Girls learn to talk and walk faster than the boys. Even they get mature earlier than boys. 2) Puberty: Once she gets are first menstrual cycle this indicates that she has attained the puberty. After puberty many changes can be observed. After attaining puberty now a girl can be termed as lady. Hormonal regulation leads to menstrual cy... (read more)

Author: Anu Verma

16. Why Your Articulation Matters
July 23, 2013

One of the most frustrating things in the process of communicating with others is the inability to hear or understand the person who is talking. If you speak with a heavy accent, for example, it is very likely that your listeners are asking you to repeat yourself a lot. Should that happen often enough, your listeners may stop listening. I could try to tell you that good diction is important for several reasons but that would not be true. Good diction is vital for one thing and one thing only: communication. If others cannot understand you, then you are not communicating. That is the... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

17. 5 Questions You Need to Ask When Invited to Speak
July 16, 2013

Too often we concern ourselves with the HOW of public speaking and give much less thought to 5 other questions we should be asking of our host. Yes, your public speaking skills may be top notch, however, there are certain things you need to know before you do anything else. All 5 questions begin with the letter W. While I will not say that one question is more important than another, some of your questions are fairly obvious. I suggest you treat your information like a detective. Knowing the why, who, what, where and when for which you have been invited will make the how a whole lot eas... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

18. 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

19. 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

20. Public Speaking: The Positive Effects of Nervousness
July 02, 2013

It never ceases to amaze me how many people want to get rid of their nervousness in public speaking. In truth, they should embrace that wonderful rush of adrenaline. If you’re not nervous when presenting, then I am because being overly confident is never a good thing in public speaking or any live venue for that matter. If you look at nervousness and what it does to your body, you have 3 choices: freeze, flight, or fight mode. We have all seen those in the freeze scenario in which they stare at the audience in a rigid stance while their bodies tremble with fear and they are unable to ut... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

21. 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

22. China's Peng Liyuan is influencing the nation's style - and mood
June 18, 2013

China’s refered as the firts lady by the Chinese and American media, Peng Liyuan just manage to visit US to joined her husband, President Xi Jinping just address to take a visit for President Obama on a summit at Sunnylands where she brought her dazzling appearance of fashion that represents the modern Chinese designs and styles in the world. This native of Yuncheng county of Shandong province was knowned for its folk songs and enchanting voice that was certainly famous as soprano in 1982 with a cession of CCTV New Years Gala. Way back in 1980’s, Xi and Peng was introduced by their friends un... (read more)

Author: winnie kun

23. 2012 Titanic Soundtrack
June 12, 2013

My initial choose would happen to be Jennifer Hudson belting out Celine Dion's "My Heart Will Go On" for the re-release on the Nevertheless it also would have been doubly fabulous to have Lady Gaga do her issue, perhaps an acoustic version with just her pure, sweet voice accompanying herself on piano. We are able to all breathe a collective sign of release that there's not a 2012 Beyonce dance version of Dion's signature song. Alternatively, Sony Classical played it uber-safe and is re-releasing two re-mastered versions of your soundtrack towards the James Cameron film that spawned the awkw... (read more)

Author: Gervase Solano

24. How You Sound and How You Think You Sound - 2 Different Ball Games
May 29, 2013

I recently read an article dealing with the power of the speaking voice and the fact that people who have resonant voices can earn more money than those who do not. As a voice coach, I will not tell you that a great-sounding voice will make you rich; however, I can tell you that those who discover their ‘real’ voice sound better, look better and feel better about themselves which can lead to better jobs, more sales, certainly greater success in your business. Before going any further, I should explain that you have 2 voices: the one you hear on your voice mail, answering machine, or oth... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

25. If You Are Soft-Spoken, We Can't Hear You!
May 29, 2013

You know others ask you to repeat yourself (a lot) and you know that you lose control of the conversation when people talk over you. You know you have great ideas but those ideas are not being heard because you are often interrupted. You know you are frustrated when you hear, “What did you say?” Being soft-spoken is not a quality that is highly regarded in the business world today. Business is moving faster than ever and if you expect to be taken seriously, you must be heard the 1st time you say it or business will pass you by. It is also possible that you are not comfortable add... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels

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