Finding Your Voice | Seth’s blog
Not your metaphorical voice. I mean your real voice.
It is very clear to me that the sound we make is not the result of the inevitable physical evolution of the bones of our voice. This is what our brain thinks it has to do with the part of our body that keeps us alive from breathing.
And since this is a late increase, there are a lot of flaws in the system.
Talking while breathing is the beginning of the challenge.
But it is also worth noting that this whole process is between a large number of sensitive muscles and nerves. This means that when we are talking (drawing attention to ourselves) we are also trying to keep all this stress away. Include a world at high risk of microphones, zoom, and viewing, and you may begin to realize that being rough, sounding like someone you don’t have, developing technology, increasing your stress. , And fully host other challenges.
If your voice is not like yours, it may be simply because your brain is sabotaging what you are trying to say. I used to gossip about “nobody gets the Talkers block” but now I’m not so sure. I think most of us do.
If you have experienced any of these, I encourage you to look for a good voice coach. Not because you have some fancy keynote speakers going to the TED stage. Just because you have something to say and it would be nice to be able to say it without pain. Doing some sessions from afar is easier than ever, and many people I know have found it life-changing. You can find someone close by or watch some videos to get you started.
The world needs to hear from you.