Using Your Voice Successfully as an Interviewer

Welcome to the show!

I’m so glad you are with me today.  My last episode was about making an impact with your message in interviews and so today I wanted to talk about using your voice when you interview people.

Now, this could mean as a podcast host, it could mean on a live stream, it could also mean as someone using their voice to interview a potential job candidate.

I do refer to podcasting quite a bit but these techniques are valuable for anyone using their voice to interview others.

I think you are going to like this episode!

Also, if you want to find out more about my 6-week voice program that will be starting next week, make sure you go to


Making an Impact in an Interview

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I’m so glad you are with me today and I’ve got a great episode for you.  Being interviewed as a guest on podcasts or live streams is a great way to bring in awareness for your brand and your business.

But, it’s essential that when you put your voice out there for the world to see that you make an impact with it and captivate your audience’s attention.

In today’s episode, I’m talking about using your voice to make a big impact when you are interviewed.  These techniques will also work for a job interview as well!

If you want to find out more about my new 6-week live coaching course, go to

Dee McCrorey

Tracy Goodwin’s fast-paced, hands-on Impact and Influence voice training course has forever changed my appreciation of voice, my own and others.  Her teaching approach went beyond words, showing us how to reveal the best version of ourselves and in doing so captivate the room.  Tracy’s mastery of vocal variety for unleashing the power of our voice was a real treat to learn and practice within a safe environment with learners also on this voice journey.  Another highlight for me was having received Tracy’s honest, from the heart coaching during live sessions, along with her written feedback and insights on assigned homework.  The Impact and Influence voice training course has absolutely given me the confidence to evolve my own master of voice.

Brad Friedman

The biggest result of this training was the realizing of the power of the voice.  Tracy forced me to dig deep, find my voice and then use it in a variety of different ways.  I see the results in day to day conversations with friends, colleagues, prospects, and clients.  And I see the results in speeches I give and workshops I host.  After my last speech, I had three different people comment to me about the command I had over the room.  When Tracy’s tactics are employed, I’m definitely able to captivate the room.

Nathalie Duporteau

Tracy is a gifted and insightful voice coach. Her work is so much more than voice coaching. Her course was personally transformative and helped me gain more skills and confidence speaking in person and in video. Each week builds through the assignments; the more you participate the more you get out of it. I highly recommend this course and working with Tracy.


“Working with Tracy has been an eye-opening experience. I’m not a native English speaker. I moved to the states when I was 8 years old. I picked up English fairly easily but I never liked the way I sounded… to the point that later on in life I changed my voice to sound deeper! It seems silly now, but at the time I thought I sounded better, more mature, with a deep voice. In reality, I had a monotone, fried, and nasally deep voice that I still hated. I often had to repeat myself when I talked. It got so bad that I would rather not say anything than voice my opinion. Hiding from the world, trying my best to shrink into a little ball when I talked. All because I didn’t want to speak.

Tracy helped me find my real voice. I hated my voice so much. It had a lot to do with my perception of self-worth, my people-pleasing tendencies, my fear of judgment/opinions from others. As we worked on my mindset a funny thing happened, my voice improved and without a ton of vocal exercises! My jaw opened up when I spoke without having to force my jaw open. With my jaw being open, flow and rhythm came along for the ride. Who knew I could speak with emotion and emphasis, without it feeling fake.

I’m now more confident and I feel less anxiety at work and my everyday life. I know that I can be myself, in my real voice, and be happy with that. As a side note, I have tried two different vocal coaches in the past couple of years before I met Tracy. Both coaches were musically trained and focused on vocal exercises to help with my voice. I would sound good in the sessions but I could never make it stick in real life. It was always my mindset holding me back.”


Bill DeLesio

I met Tracy at podcast movement 2018.  As a family court program manager with twenty years of experience, I found her work fascinating and her message relevant to serving my community.  As Tracy highlights so well in her work, communication is the foundation to all human interactions, and the connection is the key to leading real change.  Tracy’s work has proven to help people learn how to use their voice and reconsider what true connection really sounds and feels like.  If you are looking for a training that will shift a paradigm for you, assist your organization with engaging customers, create a safe environment for building teams within your organization and community, and finding personal power in your own voice, no one is better than Tracy Goodwin!

Bill Teubel

We are a “Super Regional” independent insurance agency, and our ability to communicate effectively to both the outside world as well as internally is of paramount importance to our success.  When we first started working with Tracy a number of years ago, we partnered her mostly with small groups of outside-facing talent – and saw marked improvement in confidence, communication, and results with that group.  We’ve since opened up her program to our more internal working colleagues, too (who also greatly benefit from more comfortable and effective communication), and the results have been equally impressive and valuable.  Tracy has worked with a population that includes both our CEO and our A/P expert;  producers and finance;  HR and Account Managers, etc.  – and she has been incredibly effective with all of these disparate constituencies!  I would recommend her for any industry, but can speak from very positive experiences in ours!


Thank you, Tracy!


Getting Past the Weird on Video

Welcome to the Show!

Today I’m wrapping up my third episode in my 3-part series of voice techniques for video and video meetings.

In the first episode, I focused on techniques to make a bigger impact on video meetings.

In the second episode, I focused on vocal variety and on the third episode I’ll be focusing on getting past the weird of video and knowing what techniques to use to be able to bring your words to life.

A big focus in this episode is on vocal energy.

No doubt you’ve picked up a lot of voice techniques during this 3-part series but if you want to learn more then make sure you join me for my upcoming live training on Thursday at 9:00 am PST where I’ll be teaching even more helpful techniques to help you make a bigger impact on camera.

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Using Vocal Variety Especially on Camera

Welcome to the show!

Today I’m revealing episode 2 of my 3 part series on using your voice with a focus on specific techniques for making an impact on video with your message.

In the first episode of this 3-part series, I focused on specifics related to video meetings.  In today’s episode, I’m talking all about bringing your words to life and creating an emotional connection as well as captivating the room through the use of the five elements of vocal variety.

I know you are going to love this episode and if you’d like to learn even more amazing voice techniques especially on camera then make sure you join my free live online training this coming Thursday at 9:00 am PST

You can sign up at