Pulling it all together – Finding your Authentic Voice

Speaking paceThe only thing more powerful than a big idea is your ability to communicate that idea to others.

In our latest series, Find and Power Your Authentic Voice, I walk you through specific exercises to begin your journey to a better communicator.

      1. Lesson One –  Vocal Toolbox; the key to finding and powering your authentic voice is learning how to find and use your vocal toolbox.
      2.  Lesson Two –  Pitch; are you aware of your vocal range, your pitch?
      3. Lesson Three – Pitch Exercise; a sure way to keep your audience engaged is to expand your vocal range using a pitch exercise.
      4. Lesson Four –  Pace;  your speaking pace, or speed, is a critical tool to effectively keep your audiences engaged.
      5. Lesson Five – Resonance, producing a deep, full, clear reverberating sound gives a voice resonance, color and timbre.
      6. Lesson Six –  Voice Melody;  the Merriam-Webster dictionary defines the melody of speech as — “the intonation of connected speech: the continual rise and fall in pitch of the voice in speech.”
      7. Lesson Seven – Volume; your volume needs to be loud enough to be heard by the people in the back row.

Would you like more? Would you like me to walk you through these exercises? Let’s start with a FREE 20 minute consult.


Blumsack Brown BackgroundAs a coach, trainer and consultant, Larry Blumsack partners with people and organizations on the move and those already there to accelerate their communication, presentation and speaking skills to be on par with their ambition. Through one-on-one coaching and group training Larry helps leaders and aspiring leaders elevate their presence and communication skills to influence more people, sell more products-services-ideas and inspire others more successfully than they ever imagined.

Larry is the bestselling author of Face-to-Face is The Ultimate Social Media and founder of Zoka Institute and Zoka Training®. Zoka Training® — Mind/Voice/Body/Mindfulness in sync — is the result of Larry’s 45 years as a coach, acting teacher, actor, voice-over artist, theater and TV director/producer, radio & TV commentator and show host, speaker, trainer, serial entrepreneur, and syndicated columnist. Larry was a founding member of the theater department at Northeastern University.

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