Improve the sound of your voice and your delivery style to wow and connect easily to your listeners.
What is your most Valuable Asset?
Answer: It's your Voice!
Your Voice is your best Personal and Business card.
- Discover the tools of actors, voice-over actors, radio broadcasters, and professional speakers and presenters.
- Improve not only your delivery style; but also, the sound of your voice, your breathing, tone, pitch, pace, modulation, energy, and much more!
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Our clients speak, present, or lead about their ideas or products in front of a live group,or through online formats: radio, videos, podcasts, webinars
Craig Smith Brenda Smith, Author
Broadcaster Speech & Presentation Coach
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ORDER- Our New Book just published in all formats (CLICK COVER)
"Breathe...Just Steps to Breathtaking Speeches"
- 7-Steps to Finding Your Best Voice
- Discover the Techniques of Voice-over Speakers, Actors, and Professional Presenters - Brenda C. Smith
Testimonial: "Brenda C. Smith has written a detailed, practical book chock-full of information, exercises, and anecdotes that reflect her years as a vocal coach. What a handy resource for actors, professional speakers and anyone looking to enhance the quality of their speech."
Friesen Press Editor
If you want to work independently there are exercises in our book to help you out!
#1. How can I get my audience to listen to what I have to say?
ANSWER - Listeners will automatically
tune out if your vocal sound is too quiet or annoying; if you speak too
quickly or mumble; or overall, if you just lack dynamic range
in your delivery style.
#2. How can I get over my nervousness to speak in front of people?
ANSWER - There are techniques of breathing, focus, and preparation of content that will help you to control your nerves and improve your confidence.
There are more exercises and examples in our book to show you how to apply to any of you voice challenges.
We are mentioned in an article
by Sue Shellenbarger of the Wall Street Journal:
“…More women today are seeking voice coaching to advance their careers, as discussed in today’s “Work & Family” column. Women who lack confidence or feel stressed and anxious often speak in a high or weak voice that undermines them at work, says Brenda C. Smith, a speech and presentation coach with Voice Power Training Services. Learning to breathe differently and relax the neck and shoulders can make one’s voice stronger and more resonant, she says.
One client’s voice became timid and high when her boss interrupted her work and ordered her to do some trivial task for him immediately, Ms. Smith says. After the woman strengthened her voice with coaching and began telling her boss in strong, assertive tones that she would be available after finishing whatever she was working on, he backed off. “He was just a bully,” Ms. Smith says….
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