The Power of Your Voice: Loudness

This is iSpeak Clearly’s final article in a four-part series on the power of voice and vocal health. In last month’s article, I wrote about giving power to the female voice. In this article, I’ll discuss how to make sure your voice is heard. Have you ever struggled to read the menu in a dark […]

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Giving Power to the Female Voice

This is iSpeak Clearly’s third article in a four-part series on the power of voice and vocal health. In the last article, I wrote about how impressions, both positive and negative, are formed from the quality of the speaker’s voice. In this article, I’ll discuss giving power to the female voice specifically. During a recent dinner […]

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What first impression is your voice making?

This is iSpeak Clearly’s first article in a four-part series on the power of voice and vocal health. You’ve spent hours working on your presentation, paying attention to every detail…the words, the research, the quality of the handouts, even the outfit you will wear. Your goal is to make a great first impression on your […]

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My friend is an amazing tennis player, with a dynamite serve that comes naturally.  Recently, that serve became more of a “pop” than an “explosion,” and her matches suffered. She made adjustments, but her efforts were unsuccessful. It was time to bring in a professional. The tennis pro was able to identify the changes she […]

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5 Ways to Communicate Confidence

When it comes to making a major purchase, I like to do my research. Being a “see it, feel it, touch it” kind of person, that means going to the stores and talking to salespeople. After reading the reviews and narrowing down my choice to two possibilities, the deciding factor in a recent purchase was […]

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