Make an Impact with your Voice

Make an impact with your Voice was the first audio training programme I recorded for clients. Originally, it was in CD format, but I quickly discovered some clients wanted to listen to it “on the go”: when they were travelling to work, exercising, in the car etc. So I offered this as a downloadable option – which is of course hugely popular!makeanimpactvoice

I wanted to give an introduction to using your voice healthily and with impact, as well as some tips for developing your physical presence when you speak. The Make an Impact with your Voice training includes:

  • Developing a powerful posture which is not aggressive
  • Finding your voice, including projecting your voice so it is audible, without shouting
  • Developing an interesting voice that people wish to listen to
  • Tips on relaxing
  • Breathing techniques
  • The secrets of developing charisma

These are all invaluable skills to acquire and develop, whether you are working in a corporate environment or as an entrepreneur. What the course IS NOT, is elocution lessons, but practical tips to develop and improve your speaking so you really engage with your clients, contacts, colleagues and audiences.

In the next month, I am uploading all of my audio downloadable courses including Make an impact with your voice onto iTunes and Amazon, so they are more readily available for people to find and use. Before I do this, I’m planning a discount weekend, until March 31st, where this course, as well as my other audio training courses will be discounted from £23 or £27 BY 50%!

The discount code for this is “madmarch”; so while you are enjoying the better weather, you can be listening to this GREAT CONTENT!! So go ahead! Get the 50% discount!

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About the author

Susan Heaton Wright is a former opera singer who works with successful individuals and teams to make an impact with their voices and physical presence. Using her experience in using the voice and performing on stage, she works with people to improve their performances in a range of business situations; from meeting skills and on the telephone, to public speaking, presentations and appearing on the media.

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