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July 12, 2011


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Wayne Tarken

I think these are very useful comments. We've found http://www.strategyppt.com that women don't present using their strengths. They need to do a better job of showcasing how they can fix your problems given their unique blend of skills and experiences

Heather Stubbs

I agree with every word, Kathy! As a singer and voice coach, I also recommend paying attention to breathing technique to enhance a soft voice. Most people breathe only from the upper chest, which doesn't give them enough air to support a strong vocal tone. Speakers, like singers and wind instrument players, need to breathe from the diaphragm, and they need to make sure they take the TIME to fill up their lungs before launching into the next sentence. Interestingly, having more air to work with tends to relax the throat muscles and give the voice more fullness and resonance.

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