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Ever had the chance to go back and look at work you've done in the past, only to realize what you might have done differently? There are only six lines in this commercial I voiced for Leon's Furniture, Canada, in 2012, but three of those lines, I would do over. I would finesse it and make more natural. While I received great feedback at the time, I would give it a failing grade today. Given what I now know and hear, I would change the following in the first three lines: Pitch - like a song, the melody needs to be taken[...]

  For all the communication technology we possess, why is it we still have difficulty getting our message across? For business and for life, here's some help with a round-up of 10 relevant posts: Are you communicating in your "business voice"? Are you undermining your point? How to say it right the first time Is it professional to give out your phone number? Making a speech requires more Telling your story to sell yourself Ten Top Tips for Talking Top Tip for Talking: Self-Awareness What is the truth about your urgent deadline? What is your most genuine, confident voice? Please share, that is, if you[...]

Adding Audio to Your Content - Part Three - Perfecting the Vocal Presentation Even an experienced and articulate business person can use help with their presentation skills and could be speaking and communicating in a way that may be hindering their professional image. As a follow-up to my "Adding Audio to Your Content" blogs, Part One and Two, I had the privilege of offering Presentation Skills Coaching to Linda Daley of Daley Progress. We took our blog theme of producing audio content one step further to help Linda add audio to her own webpage. What needed to happen before recording her audio was[...]

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May 2015

When talking to others, in casual conversation or a formal setting, being aware of where you put the emphasis on your words is important to communicate more clearly and effectively and to avoid misunderstanding. I’m a stickler for HOW people speak. And, word emphasis fascinates me because it changes the meaning of a sentence, phrase, or idea, simply with the tone, energy, modulation of our voice. Consider this sentence with the emphasis on each separate word: HOW do you know Bessie Smith? How DO you know Bessie Smith? How do YOU know Bessie Smith? How do you KNOW Bessie Smith? How[...]

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