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What is your most Valuable Asset? 
   - it's your Voice!

Brenda C. Smith, Author

Founder of Voice Power Training Services

My wish is to guide you on how to inspire others passionately with your message through your best voice power with an authentic dramatic edge.

Speakers, Trainers, and Leaders 
Here are Three Key Questions For You,Your Clients, or Staff: 
When You Speak Are You:
1. Being Heard?
2. Being Understood?
3. Getting a Reaction? 

Listeners react positively if they feel you can be trusted, and you inspire them to move forward by your message. 

You accomplish this through giving your listeners a Voice-Power Advantage through discovering your most engaging authentic  voice and spicing up your delivery 
style with a dramatic edge.

  Check out the full Article from the Wall Street Journal by Sue Shellenbarger who interviewed Brenda C. Smith  by clicking here:
                         by Sue Shellenbarger

The Sound of Your Voice Speaks Volumes- by Sue Shellenbarger - Wall Street Journal, 2013

“…Women leaders stand out on…the amount of ‘vocal energy,’ or variations in loudness, they use to drive home their points, the study shows. An energetic voice come across to listeners as authentic, inspiring trust, say Carrie Goldberger, a research analyst with Quantified Impressions. And vocal energy is controlled by the speaker, providing ambitious people a ready tool for advancement….

“…More Women today are seeking voice coaching to advance their careers, as discussed in… ’Work and 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 tasks 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.”

New Book to Help with your Voice Power!

Listen to this recent interview about the book:

Brenda's Media Interview
About "Breathe...Just Steps to Breathtaking Speeches?
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Breathe...Just Steps to Breathtaking Speeches
- 7 Steps to Putting Your Best Voice Forward:Discover the Techniques of Voice-Over Speakers, Actors, and Professional Presenters
- Brenda C. Smith

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Your Voice is both your Personal and Business Card!