Every person has a vocal presence that shows itself when we talk to others, forming a perception in the listener's mind. It can make you come across as nervous and uncomfortable, or confident and capable. Everything from the tone of your voice, to the posture of your body comes into play.
In this AdvisorRadio interview, Ellen Rogin chats with Cindy Ashton, a voice and speaking coach, singer, and actress, about how to become aware of what kind of vocal presence you project and how to put yourself in the right frame of mind to speak with confidence. These tips could be of great help during your next seminar or client meeting!
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