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There are those in this world who do not have a voice due to injuries or birth defects and they wish they had a voice to share their innermost feelings and ideas with.   There are others who have a solid working voice, clear, full and expressive, yet they do not use it fully because they feel they are either too loud, not loud enough, don’t like the sound of their voice, feel shy, or feel they have nothing worthwhile to share.  I would suggest to you that if you are on this earth, YOU have something to share with others. If you still feel you don’t have anything to share after reading my previous sentence, then you don’t really know who YOU are.

My understanding of this human race is that each and every one of us is here for some reason and we have an entire lifetime to discover what and how we can contribute while we are here.  We have no idea how much time we have on this earth, so we should be experimenting and discovering who we truly are so we can daily be making our contributions in our sphere of influence.

If I can walk down the street, smile at someone and see how they respond to just a smile, what do you think would happen if you really shared how you felt at that work meeting or with your partner, or friends and foes?  Is the reason why you are not really allowing yourself to say what you really feel due to fear of judgment or ridicule? If you have something to say, say it. And it you feel you cannot share how you truly feel, then Group Performance Workshops can help.

We are creatures of habit.  We always do the same things and expect different results (definition of insanity).  Why not try something new.

My vocal students (Group Performance Workshops) are experiencing high levels of confidence and are able to truly understand and control their nerves while singing which translates into speaking with confidence, clarity and conviction.  

How can singing help you?

  1. Singing helps you become more expressive

  2. Singing helps you articulate your words clearer

  3. Singing helps you breath deeper to fill out your voice and make it stronger

  4. Singing helps your voice go further (projection)

  5. Singing helps you change your mood

  6. Singing helps your posture

  7. Singing helps you understand and acknowledge how you really feel

  8. Singing loosens you up physically and emotionally

  9. Singing communicates what is really going on inside of you

  10. Singing is good for the soul

“Whether you are speaking or singing, the vowel is carrying the musical tone of your most authentic self on a breath that emerges from your deep inner landscape. Your breath is in contact with body tissues that are the matrix of your emotional life, and your vocal tone is coloured by the zest that animates your words.”

         -Barclay McMillan

Whether you are speaking or singing, you cannot hide, so you might as well truly learn how to use your voice to share the wonderful person that you are with the world!

Take care,

Roxanne Goodman

The Confidence Booster

 

 

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