This morning I woke up excited by the anniversary that falls today: Valentine’s Day! Whether you want it or not, Valentine’s Day stirs the hearts and colors all cities red and fills them with hearts. You feel united by the power of love and even if you live it daily, the feeling is amplified by celebrating it all together.
For singles it can be difficult or time of hope, but don’t worry because love exists, just trust and listen to your Inborn Voice.
With the enthusiasm of a little girl I decided to write this post and to share with you the hidden strength in our voice that can spread in the world bringing love and why not, sensuality.
Let’s take a little step back to pay tribute to the legend of Valentine’s Day. It is said that he used to give young lovers a flower from his garden, a rose, as a good omen for their love. One of these roses gave birth to a great love that proved to be lasting and happy. So from flower to flower this beautiful anniversary spread.Continue reading…
Almost every day I receive emails, messages and telephone calls from people interested in my work. Some are searching to improve their presentation skills, some are willing to give a boost to their career with some voice training, some are just searching to love their voices once again. But almost every one of them asks me a single question. What is this Inborn Voice I am always talking about?
When it comes to voice training, there are many ways to actually train people’s voices. The most frequent and abused one is “by repetition”. The coach will let you repeat endlessly some exercises with the promise to “improve” your voice in a few sessions. Most of the time your voice will change, that’s for sure. But change is not always an improvement.