How To Use Your Voice To Get Promoted

If you want to use your voice to be recognized in meetings, you need to clearly state your opinions and to   confidently express your innovative ideas. As a result you will be perceived as an up and coming leader. I know this sounds obvious; however, most people don’t have the confidence to speak up.  Why?

In elementary school most children wait until the teacher calls on them rather than volunteering their answers. They are reticent to raise their hands and speak out because they perceive that there is a risk of being ostracized or judged if what they say is the wrong answer. Many adults subconsciously still believe, for the very same reasons, that it is risk to express themselves.

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How to Use your Voice to Sell Successfully On-Line, part 3

How to Use your Voice to Sell Successfully On-Line, part 3

Entrepreneurs and small businesses are the life blood of our economy and many businesses promote and sell their services and products on- line; webinars, free telephone seminars, client conference calls, videos, and re-packaged webinars. Your prospective buyers hear you and often don’t see you. The voice your client wants to hear is a voice that sounds confident, engaging, articulate, enthusiastic, motivating, inspiring.  A voice that feels relaxed, at ease.

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How to Speak Powerfully and Effectively On-Line with voice coaching and speech coaching skills.

Entrepreneurs and small businesses are the life blood of our economy and many businesses promote and sell their services and products on- line; webinars, free telephone seminars, client conference calls, videos, and re-packaged webinars. Your prospective buyers hear you and often don’t see you. The voice your client wants to hear is a voice that sounds confident, engaging, articulate, enthusiastic, motivating, inspiring.  A voice that feels relaxed, at ease.

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How to Use your Voice to Sell Effectively, part 2

How you can use your voice to sell your ideas. In the film, “Iron Lady”, Meryl Streep, who just won the academy award for playing the lead role of Margaret Thatcher, the former prime minister of the UK, dramatically demonstrated how Mrs. Thatcher changed her voice and changed her entire public image. Mrs. Thatcher’s decision was pivotal to being elected. Why?

Mrs. Thatcher’s political associates made it perfectly clear to her that her voice was too high pitched, and had a bit of a warble and that her voice would make it difficult for her to win over all the male candidates in her first major election. She was the only woman running and was surrounded by male candidates who would hear her as lacking credibility and authority and use it against her.  Also the voters would be affected by the quality of Mrs. Thatcher’s voice.

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How to Use Your Voice to Sell

Consciously using your voice to sell your ideas, products and services will give you a competitive edge in the market place. Why? Because most sales people have no awareness of how they sound and that the sound of their voice is holding them back.

Many sales people, especially telephone salespeople, speak to fast, because they are working the numbers strategy which is if they speak to X number of customers per hour they are bound to close some of them. Of course this requires speaking fast and making a snap judgment as to whether the customer has the money and/or the interest in buying.

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