Sue Shellenbarger, the creator and writer of the Wall Street Journal‘s “Work & Family” column, wrote a comprehensive article here on how the quality of a person’s voice can impact his or her career. Our solution is a skill called “Resonance,” which helps anyone improve the quality of his or her voice by simply widening the throat, mouth, and nasal sinuses when speaking. You can find a full discussion about resonance along with a set of simple exercises in a chapter called, “How to Develop a Rich, Resonant Voice,” in my new book Winning Strategies for Power Presentations.
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