The work of real estate agents relies on their communication skills, as they need to listen and reassure each of their clients. A voice that conveys anxiety or fear is undesirable and can ruin a deal. But we all need to remember that we work for a living and not the other way around. In fact, by working on your business voice skills, you will improve your personal and social skills as well!
This video testimony comes from a Canadian realtor, enjoy!Continue reading…
Here is the translation of Mylena’s Vocal Coach Interview for Vogue Italy.
There are exercises to improve your voice, to make it more persuasive. We reveal how to do them.
The voice makes us recognizable, in some way it identifies us. Even and especially when it is not “canonical”. Let’s think of Adelaide (Vivian Blaine), Frank Sinatra’s eternal girlfriend in Guy and Dolls or Lina Lamont (Jean Hagen) in Singing in the rain, who was dubbed by a very young Debbie Reynolds, charismatic women but with a repelling voice. A beautiful voice, warm and sensual, can make any person interesting. But what characterizes a beautiful voice? And is it possible to improve it, making it more fascinating?Continue reading…
On March 31, 2021 at 6 p.m. CET, in collaboration with Bocconi Alumni Career Advice, I will hold a live Webinar (in Italian) dedicated to providing a comprehensive overview of the hidden potential of the human voice.
The event has a limited number of participants, so late arrivals are more likely to miss it, but it is open to everyone. Below is the link to register directly on the Bocconi Alumni website. During the webinar you will discover why the real added value of a communication based on the Inborn Voice approach is able to bring benefits in all areas of our social and working life, defining every success.
There will also be a section dedicated to your questions at the end!
You can register for the Bocconi Alumni event – The Hidden Potential of the Human Voice, presented by Mylena Vocal Coach, until March 30, 2020 at this page.
The basic idea behind this strange affirmation is: don’t worry about trying anything, because if you work hard enough, sooner or later you’ll reach success.
And this is certainly a great way of thinking. The problem is that people generally tend to forget this second part of the catchphrase. Commitment. Everyone wants to skip straight to success, turning this great idea into some sort of Fake it until someone takes the bait!Continue reading…
This week an interesting article about audiobooks is published in Italy’s weekly magazine “Starbene” and it was a real pleasure for me to help Lorenza G. to realize it by sharing my experience as a Vocal Coach. If you are interested in reading the article, entitled “This is the time for audiobooks”. If you want to read the full Interview, click on the magazine cover you’ll find below!
I have helped so many authors make their audiobooks that by now I think I know all the difficulties one can encounter and all the different excuses they create to justify an unsatisfactory result.
Today, hearing one’s own recorded voice is not uncommon. “Audio” messages fill our smartphones and yet, when you are about to record an audiobook, everyone is surprised that they don’t recognize themselves in the recorded voice.Continue reading…