Finding the Psychology of the Voice w/ VO Artist Suzanne

Finding the Psychology of the Voice w/ VO Artist Suzanne

Welcome to the show!

Today I’m doing a live coaching session with Suzanne.  Now, this is a great episode because Suzanne is great when it comes to using her voice.  In fact, Suzanne makes a living using her voice as a voice over artist.

However, what you will discover when you hear me work with Suzanne is that there is still some Psychology of the Voice playing out.  This episode is a perfect example of taking someone who is really good and taking them up to the next level!

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Women and Leadership w/ Trina L. Martin

Welcome to the show!

Today I have a wonderful guest with me that I know you are going to love hearing from.  Trina L. Martin has had quite a career not only in the military but also with the FBI.

In today’s episode Trina and I talk about:

Women and leadership,

Why women need to support other women,

How things are changing for women,

How long we still have to go,

Getting through struggle and adversity and so much more!


Guest Bio

Trina L. Martin is a motivational speaker who inspires emerging leaders to pursue their wildest
dreams with heart and grit. An accomplished and dedicated member of the U.S. military for nearly 30 years, she has broken barriers and made strides in her career that many said weren’t possible. Her new mission is to show others how they, too, can achieve the impossible and define success on their own terms.

A native of Chicago, IL, Trina grew up watching her mother struggle financially to take care of the family. She dreamed of attending college one day, but knew she’d have to find a way to achieve that goal on her own, due to the lack of support and resources at home. With unwavering determination, she enlisted in the U.S. Army and served in the reserves to put herself through school at Alabama A&M University. Both of these choices fueled Trina’s desire to succeed and revealed the depths of her resiliency.

After several years in the Army, Trina transferred to the Navy, and earned an MBA degree from
Western International University. Naturally skilled at finding the harmony between technology,
science, and data, she has led a stellar career in the Information Technology field. As an Intelligence Officer in the U.S. Navy and now as a Cyber Intelligence Analyst for the FBI, Trina has pierced the glass ceiling and excelled in positions typically held by men.

The common denominator throughout Trina’s career has been her ability to set goals and not only achieve, but surpass them. Self-motivation, discipline, and hard work are the driving forces that helped her design a life and career that defied the odds stacked against her. As a speaker, she takes a refreshingly honest and relatable approach to teaching student leaders, new professionals, and women how to develop the confidence they need to do the same. Based in Houston, TX, when she’s not helping others realize their full potential in the office or on a stage, the role she values most is that of mom to her two children.

You can find out more about Trina on her podcast Trina Talks, 

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Raising Powerful Girls with Maria Fuller

Raising Powerful Girls with Maria Fuller

Welcome to the show!

If you have daughters or work with girls or women in any capacity then you don’t want to miss this episode.

With me today is Maria Fuller and she is an expert on women’s issues and raising powerful girls.

In this episode Maria and I talk about what it takes to raise a powerful girl, 

How voice is key to successful communication,

Challenges for girls and solutions for them,

and more!


Guest Bio

Maria Fuller is the Founder and Thought Leader behind an online education and community platform that connects professionals from all over the world to parents raising girls to educate and empower them on their parenting journey with the goal of fostering Independence, Leadership and Strong Personal Identity in Girls so they can change the world. Maria is also the founder of the and their online web application for girls called the for Clever, Creative and Inquisitive Girls which focuses on the 6 tenets of Mindfulness, Gratitude, Purpose, Mindset, Relationships and Humanitarianism. Her work has been featured on Google and Yahoo news, the Rachel Ray show, numerous online publications and she is a contributing writer for Arianna Huffington’s Thrive Global.   


Maria Graduated from Stony Brook University Medical Center with a BS in Health Science, minor in Emergency and Disaster Management and concentration in Women Studies. She holds a Certificate from MIT in Leadership in Times of Disruption and A Certificate in The Science of Parenting from UC SanDiego. She worked as a critical care paramedic for years until a permanent injury on the job caused her to change her life direction with work but not without first teaching her of the importance of Independence, Leadership and Personal Identity which are the foundations of her work.


She is a mom to two little girls and has spent nearly a decade working with women of all ages to help shed unhealthy beliefs and breakdown stereotypes surrounding pregnancy, motherhood, body image, self-esteem, parenting, women in leadership and much more. Maria is a frequent speaker and presenter on women’s leadership, girls empowerment and the role social media and technology plays on girls self-esteem, confidence, and brain health. 

In addition to the websites listed above, you can also find Maria on Instagram at r.maria.fuller and on her podcast Raising a Powerful Girl

Getting to the Next Level of Success with Women’s Voices

Getting to the Next Level of Success with Women’s Voices

Welcome to the show!

Today I’m talking about women’s voices.

I work with women and men and over the year’s I’ve noticed some clear similarities in women’s voices and I’ve also noticed the same with men.

Because it’s international women’s month, today I want to talk about some of the issues that women deal with, what bad voice habits get laid into women’s voices often because of society, how they are perceived and what and why we need to change these issues.

Certainly if you are a part of my male audience you will still benefit from this discussion but women, this one’s for you.

If you’d like to sign up for my live sales training where I’ll be teaching you exactly how to use vocal variety to make your audience feel then go to

Revolutionize Your Communication w/ Susie Connerley

Revolutionize Your Communication w/ Susie Connerley

Welcome to the show!

I thought since it’s Women’s month in March that I’d bring you some interviews with incredible women!  My first guest is a dear person that I just adore.  I’ve worked with Susie before and she’s such a talent.  She’s not holding back in this interview, really dropping nuggets of gold in her every word.  

In today’s episode Susie and I talk about:



Voice work,

The societal elements involved in voice and communication,

Why we do what we do in relationships that cause us pain,

How to re-frame quickly,

and so much more!

Susie Connerley is a Rapid Transformational Therapist who has been working in the wellness arena for 11 years to maximize results, help people achieve real change and become more of who they truly are. With a background in psychology, energy therapy, and meditation, she has a unique ability to see the origin of where people are shutting themselves down and help them come in to full empowerment. Susie is on a mission to revolutionize the way we communicate in our relationships by connecting to who we truly are and finding and freeing our voices for good.
How Voice Patterns Are Keeping You From Success

How Voice Patterns Are Keeping You From Success

Welcome to the show!

Today I’m talking about voice patterns.  Most people have put a voice pattern in place whether they realize it or not and that pattern could be the very thing that is keeping you from the next level of success.

In today’s show I’m giving examples of patterns and how they are perceived which leads to why they must go.

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