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Sometimes it’s Better to Not Use Your Voice Episode #139

Sometimes it’s Better to Not Use Your Voice Episode #139

Sometimes it’s Better to Not Use Your Voice Episode #139

Welcome to the show.

Today I’m actually talking about non-voice!  Sometimes it’s better to just stop talking.  Can you relate to this?  Have you had someone use their voice in a negative way towards you?  I see it daily and it’s quite damaging.

In today’s episode, I give my litmus test for when to use your voice and why sometimes it’s just better to leave things unspoken.

If you want to find out more about how to speak with more confidence and captivate the room in my Voices of Success 8-week program then go to the website www.captivatetheroom.com and click the work with me tab.

 

Episode #112 Pay It Forward with Your Words and Tone

Episode #112 Pay It Forward with Your Words and Tone

Welcome to the show!

Today I’m talking about a different kind of paying it forward and it involves your voice, not your wallet.

Your voice is the most powerful tool you have if you know how to use it.

Today I’m going to challenge you to use your voice in a way that shows others kindness just by speaking to them and how you speak to them.

If you are ready to catapult your career and take your life to the next level then let’s talk, you’re voice is possibly the missing link in getting you where you want to go.

http://www.captivatetheroom.com

 

 

Episode #109 Speak Your Truth Beautifully, What Does That Even Mean?

Episode #109 Speak Your Truth Beautifully, What Does That Even Mean?

Episode #109 Speak Your Truth Beautifully, What Does That Even Mean?

Welcome to the show!

Today I’m talking about the tagline you have heard me speak many times, speak your truth, just do it beautifully.

The other day someone asked me what that even means?

I figured I best explain!

Speaking your truth beautifully is about saying what you need to say, using your voice but using it from a place of confidence, kindness, boundary setting, love and in the best interest of you and the person you are speaking to.

I think you’ll like this episode!

Want to step into a more confident sounding voice and get more of what you want?  Let’s talk.  www.captivatetheroom.com

Episode #91 Turning Ideas to Products and the Voice to Pitch Them w/ Filip Valica

Episode #91 Turning Ideas to Products and the Voice to Pitch Them w/ Filip Valica

Welcome to the show!

With me today is a former client and all around brilliant man, Filip Valica.

Filip has a unique business and a wonderful podcast for anyone who wants to turn an invention into a product.  Filip is sharing his wisdom today with us and I know if you’ve ever thought about creating a product or pitching to raise funds for something you will love this show!

In today’s episode Filip and I talk about:

Creating products and getting them to production,

Mistakes product creators make,

The realities around raising funds and getting a product sold,

How the voice plays into his work and his capital,

What it’s like to be an introvert and having to present and pitch,

The benefits of having a podcast,

How much work is really involved in creating a more confident voice and more!

 

If you are interested in starting a podcast or want to improve your voice in the one you have then don’t forget to sign up for my 5-Day podcast voice challenge.  

This is the last call for that challenge, it starts on Sunday the 17th!  I hope to work with you and you can sign up right here: http://new.captivatetheroom.com/5-day-podcasting-challenge-sign-up/

 

Guest Bio

Filip Valica has been a mechanical engineer and manager for over 12 years, designing, testing and building products. He has worked for a broad range of companies – from mom-and-pop small businesses to some of the largest corporations in the US.  Filip founded The Product Startup to provide a step-by-step blueprint to aspiring product creators wanting to bring their own ideas to market. 

Along with his mother, Filip came to the United States as a political refugee from Czechoslovakia when he was 7 years old. They arrived with two suitcases and $80 in cash and left behind all of their family. His journey and success in the United States prove that it’s possible to create your own luck through hard work.

At an early age, Filip became the “man-of-the-house” and was responsible for fixing things around the house. After college, he pooled his savings, borrowed money from his friends, bought an inhabitable foreclosure and spent the next 2 years to make it livable. 

Filip lives in Houston, Texas with his wife and daughter. After his daughter was born, he realized that he needed to focus on his passion and soon launched The Product Startup.  

Filip believes that anyone can develop a product using recent advances in technology and tools  – and by following the same road map many other companies currently use to commercialize their ideas. On his podcast, Filip interviews other founders and shows listeners a how they can build their products and brands on a tight budget. His hands-on point of view resonates with other action-oriented small business owners and entrepreneurs.  You can find out more about Filip at https://theproductstartup.com/ 

 

 

Episode #89 Stop the Dragging S, Especially for Podcasters and On Camera

Episode #89 Stop the Dragging S, Especially for Podcasters and On Camera

Episode #89 Stop the Dragging S, Especially for Podcasters and On Camera

Welcome to the show!

As you know we are in the middle of a series, voice technique especially for podcasters.

The truth is that all of the techniques are great for anyone in any form whether it’s live speaking, online presentations, water cooler conversation.  The voice is the most powerful tool you have because it’s how we determine everything about you.

Now, today’s episode is pretty specific to podcasters but anyone can still benefit from it if they have a dragging s.  It’s not the end of the world if you have one but you will get a crisper sound if you get rid of it and it’s not that hard.

The exercise I give in this episode is not hard, it’s just a little strange but if you will do it for about a week you will be able to stop your dragging S and get a sound that might make your life a little easier when it comes to editing.

If you are a podcaster or thinking about becoming one, or you’d just like to learn some great voice technique then you might like to join my 5-Day Voice for Podcasting Challenge.

You can sign up here:  http://new.captivatetheroom.com/5-day-podcast-challenge-thank-you/

If you are ready to start your podcast and don’t know where to begin then I’d love to help.  You can sign up for my 1-day workshop that is live, online and put your podcast together from start to finish.

You can sign up for that here:  http://new.captivatetheroom.com/1-day-podcast-set-up-workshop/

As always, thanks for listening!

 

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