I constantly get this question in the comments to my videos, “When I’m speaking, should I breathe through my mouth or through my nose?” The answer is pretty obvious, but we just don’t realize it when we’re focused on a conversation. Here are three reasons why a mouth breath is more effective for speaking than a nose breath.
December 18, 2019
December 13, 2019
Voice students without supervision often end up working too hard. This results in tension that makes the voice sound flat, hard and lifeless. Voice training aims to produce maximum sound with a minimum amount of effort. Learning to work with your voice, rather than pushing your voice, enables you to sound good, feel good and engage others.
March 1, 2018
Breath-holding is one of those unnoticed habits that presents a real obstacle to your speaking voice. It closes you up, stops your flow and gets you into your head. Cultivating uninterrupted breath flow can make the difference between feeling blocked and jammed up as a speaker or being open, connected and fully engaged.
October 4, 2017
It’s so easy to feel self-conscious when you deliver a speech or presentation. After all, everyone is watching and listening to you. But the ultimate objective of any presentation is to deliver a message to your listeners as effectively as possible. Here are three strategies to help you keep your audience as the primary focus of your speech or presentation.