You have a gift. A gift that you carry around with you every day. A gift that has the power to influence, debate and comfort, all while you are communicating. What I am talking about is your voice.
We work hard to acquire knowledge that will assist us in our relationships, career, and life, but we don’t make the time to perfect the vehicle that transports that knowledge.
Your voice is an AMPLIFIER. It amplifies or communicates your thoughts, feelings, and emotions. So why do most people not make more time to develop their voice? Because most people are not aware that they are wearing a vocal mask.
“A mask disguises an actual face. The vocal mask disguises the actual voice and therefore the true personality of the individual. A person with such a vocal mask may feel enraged but sound intimidated. They may feel sad but sound unmoved, they may need help but their voice signals certainty. They may seek warmth and affection but they signal guarded detachment, they seek respect but their voice attracts belittlement.”
-Paul Newham’s The Singing Cure
To truly deal with this miscommunication, Paul Newham states that “we need to work on our voice and play with our voice.”
If you are looking to have more control over how and what you communicate and make sure that what you think and feel is truly what you are saying, then take a singing workshop. You will learn and understand how to make sure your voice is truly connected to who you are and that what you say is really what you mean.
You will learn how to communicate with the wonderful gift that you use every day, your voice. It will serve and help you to truly communicate the truly wonderful person that you are.
Keep on singing,