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  • Learn To Sing and Memorize

    " There are three things to aim at in public speaking: first, to get into your subject, then to get your subject into yourself, and lastly, to get your subject into the heart of your audience" - Alexander Gregg.To memorise we must practise our speech or song.  That means you run through the structure of what you are saying or singing over and over in private.  You can video record it to watch yourself or audio record it and listen back to the tonality and ...  Read More...

  • SINGER'S VOICE MUST BE HEARD

    SINGER SPEAK TOO - YOU ARE A MESSAGE-BEARER If you are a singer I want to specifically encourage you, by saying that you are a message-bearer. You powerfully and artfully paint an auditory picture of what you a singing every time you sing on a platform. I have noticed repetitively that singer often shy away from speaking and don’t feel that they have anything worth saying.   Read More...

  • EMBRACING UNCERTAINTY

     Many people fall short of dreams and goals, or even don’t attempt them- because they would rather stay comfortable and within their ‘comfort zone’. People who have trouble facing uncertainty may:    Shut down Withdraw Gives up Stays in a rut Criticise people who have a go It is important to know that uncertainty is needed for growth and to learn. Facing our fears and doing the thing we are afraid of may create a feeling of uncertainty, but it is also an opportunity to create chan...  Read More...

  • 3 Steps To Control Your Speaking Voice

    1.  Your voice is a carrier of information about youIt has been discovered that 38% of our communication comes across through the tone, inflection and speed of our voices, 55% in the way we carry our bodies and only 7% in the words we use. So although words really do matter, a total of 93% of communication is nonverbal which demonstrates the importance of supporting the words that we use with vocal tone and body language.When you speak people feel your words more than hear them.  ...  Read More...

  • Does your voice sound “OLD” and “Tired”

                                  Are you experiencing a husky or crackly sounding voice? Are you feeling really tired after you finish speaking or singing? Do you have pain in your throat when you speak?   Read More...

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