“To free the voice is to free the person.” — Kristen Linklater





Do you need a more powerful voice? Do you want other people to hear you properly and take you seriously when you speak? In episodes 12 and 13 of The Legacy Lounge, we took an in-depth look at what it takes to develop a more powerful Legacy Brand Voice in the context of language, positioning, differentiation, and more.
But what about your actual voice?
How do you feel when you listen to your own voice on a recording? And more importantly, how do others react to your voice?
Some people can’t stand to listen to recordings of themselves. I know I used to be that way. (And still am, if I’m being honest. I’m not sure that part will ever completely go away.)
But I want you to know that your voice is a wonderful instrument that you were born with. It’s a gift that helps us communicate with the world around us. How amazing is that?
But just like any other instrument, just because you have one doesn’t mean you always know how to play it optimally.
Today, I want to help you develop a more powerful, rich, and resonate voice through an audio session that I have created just for this purpose.
This is something that I wish I would have had access to back in the day. It would have been a game changer for all of my Facebook Lives and course recordings. I could have come across as more in command with a powerful voice that confidently communicates what I needed it to.
No, having a powerful voice doesn’t mean that you need to be overly loud, or strain to be heard. In fact, it is quite the opposite.
In order to start playing your instrument (your voice) to its full capacity, the first thing you need to do is relax and get grounded.
I want your real voice to have power and support so that you can confidently and proudly send your voice forward so that others can truly receive your message exactly as it was intended.
Let me lead you through an exercise today that will help you:
  • Breathe more deeply and fully than before.
  • Become more aware of the resonance of your mouth, throat and chest.
  • Enjoy experimenting with projecting your voice in different ways.
  • Find yourself naturally adopting a more upright, open, and expansive posture.
  • Feel more confident and inwardly strong.
  • Find yourself communicating powerfully and effectively in more and more situations.
  • …and more!
I hope you’ll set aside 20 minutes today to work on grounding and freeing your voice in this episode of The Legacy Lounge podcast! It feels amazing when you do.
Favorite quotes from this episode:
“Your voice is like a fingerprint.” — Tiffany Neuman
“Your voice is a magnificent instrument that is utterly unique to you.” — TN
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