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As a public speaker, your voice is critical to your success. What can you do to ensure that the audience can hear and understand you?

What can you do to improve your speaking voice?

What can you do to improve your speaking voice?

Be Heard!

There is one rule above all others when speaking: Make sure that your audience can hear you! If necessary, use a microphone. There is absolutely no excuse for not being loud enough. Practice projecting your voice before your presentation. In general, it is better to be too loud than too quiet.

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George Torok was a shy student who learned how to speak in public. He has delivered over 1,000 professional presentations. He trains professionals, specialists and sales teams to deliver Superior Presentations. He coaches executives and leaders to deliver million dollar presentations. Visit www.SpeechCoachforExecutives.com or www.Torok.com © George Torok. You may reprint or quote this information as long as you quote the source and link back to this site. www.QuestionsAboutPublicSpeaking.com

How to stop your voice from shaking during public speaking?

How to stop your voice from shaking during public speaking?

First consider that no one is as familiar with your voice as you are. The first time you heard your recorded voice you were probably surprised. You might even have said, “That’s not me.” Continue reading

George Torok was a shy student who learned how to speak in public. He has delivered over 1,000 professional presentations. He trains professionals, specialists and sales teams to deliver Superior Presentations. He coaches executives and leaders to deliver million dollar presentations. Visit www.SpeechCoachforExecutives.com or www.Torok.com © George Torok. You may reprint or quote this information as long as you quote the source and link back to this site. www.QuestionsAboutPublicSpeaking.com

How do I make my voice sound better when public speaking?

How do I make my voice sound better when public speaking?

Your voice is an important element and can affect the success of your presentation.

The first aspect to address is to ensure that you are clearly heard. Depending on the size of your audience and noisy distractions you will need to project your voice.

Talk loud enough to be heard but don’t yell. If you need to yell, then either use a microphone or move to a quieter room. Do not strain your voice. Continue reading

George Torok was a shy student who learned how to speak in public. He has delivered over 1,000 professional presentations. He trains professionals, specialists and sales teams to deliver Superior Presentations. He coaches executives and leaders to deliver million dollar presentations. Visit www.SpeechCoachforExecutives.com or www.Torok.com © George Torok. You may reprint or quote this information as long as you quote the source and link back to this site. www.QuestionsAboutPublicSpeaking.com