‘Speak and Be Heard’ contains 101 voice and breathing exercises aimed at naturally improving your voice.
“I highly recommend Richard Di Britannia’s book, ‘Speak and Be Heard’. There are so many great tips on how to use your voice correctly, how to overcome certain vocal issues and very specific instructions on correct breathing and pronunciation. I do some coaching myself and I always recommend Richard’s book to my students. It’s very useful for anyone who uses his or her voice, especially in a professional setting.” – Susan Bennett, The Original Voice of Siri
A uniquely qualified voice coach:
After becoming mute and teaching himself how to talk again, author Richard Di Britannia became an established voice actor, audiobook narrator and voice coach, making him heard by thousands around the world.
Richard has used his vast personal experience and expertise to develop a unique system of vocal muscular exercises that strengthen your lungs, diaphragm and voice. Unlike books dedicated to tongue twisters or reciting long speeches, ‘Speak and Be Heard’ is even suitable for those with complex vocal issues.
Conventional wisdom tells us that those who talk to themselves regularly are crazy. The truth is exactly the opposite. Those who make an intentional habit of talking to themselves have clearer thoughts and better communication skills than the rest of us.
In this book, the result of hundreds of client case studies, professional speech and communication skills coach Richard Di Britannia explores why those who habitually talk to themselves conquer their emotions, discover their true opinions, and drastically increase their own influence, while those who persist in ‘silent thinking’ rarely realise their full potential.
With his technique of ‘thought articulation’ through extemporaneous speech, Richard teaches his readers, be they shy professionals or seasoned executives, to unleash their own wit, charm and charisma long before they ever need take the stage or wield the microphone. By the time they get there, they will find their voice stronger and their thoughts larger, for “small talk is called so, because it results in small ideas.”
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