You've heard of power poses to pick up your energy and look confident. Now, try adding these exercises to help improve voice tone and quality. In a companion post, Chad Getchell cited an article about when and how to speak up in meetings. This article helps the reader prepare their speaking voice to sound powerful and confident. It's not just what you say, it's how you say it.
It’s not about trying to sound like someone else; it’s about giving your voice the richness and fullness it deserves every single time you speak in public, so that the power of your voice matches the power of your words. If you do that, people will listen.