I was raised in a family where children were to be seen and not heard. I wasn’t really allowed to speak. But, in spite of that, I started winning speaking awards when I was 12 years old. It was the one platform to use my voice and I thrived in that space. I went on to be an award-winning actor and director. In my freshman year of college as I was studying acting, I had a horrific event happen on stage and in an instant, my voice changed. It was that moment that set the real stage for the work I do today, Psychology of the Voice.
In the my Psychology of the Voice work I look at those drivers and rewrite them, I look at the bad voice habits those drivers left behind and remove those as well.
The results, increased confidence, better and faster connections, establishing emotional connections through your voice so you compel me to action.
Or, more time, more revenue, better relationships, next level of success that you didn’t even know you needed.