For people who have wondered why they have a high squeaky voice or why they mumble every time they are asked to speak in front of an audience, can now find out the answers in a new book titled Easy Voice Book2: Fifty Shades of Vocal Grey to Vocal Silver.
The book, which is now available on Amazon, helps people understand why they are confused for the opposite sex when they are on the telephone and why no one takes them seriously or even listens when they speak?
The book that was written by Linda Slade and which is available as a Kindle download through Amazon, offers explanations and exercises that will address all these issues.
The Easy Book 2 covers a number of topics, which includes Stress and Fear of Speaking in Public. For business people who need to speak in public to promote their company and promote their service, this is a very important topic. With the information, advice, tips and the exercises, the book will help people address their fear and move through it.
When asked about fear of speaking, Linda Slade said: “In our Easy Voice Books we have exercises that will address this fear and help you to move through it. You will learn how to relax. How to support you voice with a strong supply of breath support. You’ll learn articulation exercises and ways to increase the volume of your voice without damaging it. Most importantly you’ll learn hot to speak with your Authentic Voice:- The voice that reflects your truth and passion. What better tool to help you market your company?”
In addition to the Easy Voice Book 2: Fifty Shades of Vocal Grey to Vocal Silver book, people can check out their website at http://authenticvoice.vpweb.com/
To learn more about the book or to buy the book from Amazon, please visit www.amazon.com/Fifty-Shades-Vocal-Grey-Silver-ebook/dp/B00KBIVNNE/ref=sr_1_sc_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1413586512&sr=8-1-spell&keywords=Fifty+shades+of+vocal+grey+to+vocal+silver
Each New Easy Voice Book addresses more concerns about the Voice.
How can you deliver a stellar and truthful presentation? How do you clear that raspy sound in your throat? How do you articulate clearly and hold the audience’s attention? These books are simple and are an easy step – by – step guide to working with your voice. The exercises are fun and supported by simple to understand diagrams and colorful pictures.
Linda Slade has been teaching voice internationally for over 20 years. She trained in London at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and she has worked with politicians, actors and large corporations for many years.