In the time it takes to say hello, people are judging you by your voice.
Your voice is the most powerful tool you have.
Listen and You’ll see WHY!
Hi! I’m Tracy Goodwin, international voice expert and author of the book Captivate the Room.
I help passionate business leaders and entrepreneurs (like you!) transform your speaking voice so you can make a bigger impact, sound more confident and step into your power to influence others with your voice.
You need to change the psychology of your voice.
I can help you with that.
I have created a series of free training’s to help you build a better voice. In the Voice Formula,
I will teach you a few techniques to get you on your way to captivating the room including things like:
Why stressing words is key to getting the melody flowing and making an impact,
How to start off with a strong voice out of the gate, especially on video and live stream,
What the psychology of the voice is and why it’s laid bad habits into your muscle memory and
Breathing, an overview of why you can’t just remember to breath in the moment!
My free training will give you actionable tips.
So you can speak with a voice that captivates the room and transforms people’s lives.
Are you ready to be the life changer that you were born to be?
Are you a leader?
Does your voice and message persuade people?
Or do you lack confidence in your message?
Are you not getting ahead in your business and personal life?
Do people turn away and tune you out instead of listening to you?
Your voice has the power to touch people’s emotions and bring your message to life.
Your voice can attract your audience and make them instantly engage with you.
Your voice can get you what you want. Freedom. Impact. Intensity.
But over time, you pick up bad habits that keep you from stepping into the full power of your voice.
Habits like not letting your sound flow freely out, keeping it stuck in the back of your throat or dropping it through the bottom of your jaw
(2) not connecting to your breath and connecting it to you sound to be fully vulnerable and authentic and
(3) not using vocal variety for fear of what people will think or other reasons.
These bad habits were created by your personal experiences and then put into your muscle memory.
If you know how to use and regulate your voice, you can get anything you want.
Your voice allows you to control the room.
It makes people like you and establishes you as an authority.
When you speak with confidence, people listen.