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From Italy to Boston. Teaching the power of the voice

From Italy to Boston. Teaching the power of the voice

The worldwide success of Milena Origgi, founder of the Inborn voice

The voice goes around the world. An extremely powerful tool that breaks down boundaries and overcomes limits: Milena Origgi (in the photo), the vocal coach of managers, is convinced of this and has become a reference point with enormous success with courses organized by Bocconi Alumni. They consider her method a communication soft skill.

When the world was not yet so overwhelmed by the power of the voice, the busty woman with the celestial voice but powerful notes, invented her own method, the Inborn voice. Origgi was a visionary because few, very few were so attentive to this power of which we all suffer even involuntarily the charm. And now that the number of people literally crazy about podcasts is growing and there is even a social network – Clubhouse – that is based on the sound and words we articulate, the power of the voice takes on an even more important role. It’s clear that she’s got it right, this professional who first drove the subjects of Her Majesty the Queen of England so crazy that she opened a studio in London, then flew to the United States, where she now lives, in Boston, and who, before the pandemic physically stopped her, traveled the world spreading the power of the voice.

Because the voice doesn’t betray, it doesn’t lie. It has a power that goes beyond the rational”. Mylena vocal coach – this is her stage name – who has become a mentor to hundreds of students everywhere, is truly convinced of this. After all, just think how much we use our voices now: to the delight of those who send 10-minute messages to Tommaso Paradiso in Felicità Puttana – or the legions of fans of the hitech vocal assistants Alexa and Siri.

The Vocal coach’s message – when the facts are in, she’s right – is that you can get anywhere with your voice, just don’t put limits on it. And the next time you think of the American dream or a world tour, of the beauty of conveying emotions, think of the voice of this woman who believed in herself and in her gift. For all those who are not content and are able to speak, listen and hear themselves.

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Can you really persuade anyone to do anything?

Can you really persuade anyone to do anything?

There are actually quite some people who think this way. Usually they are sleazy or manipulative people. So is this skill something that really makes sense to learn? I mean, is “persuasion” to be considered a useful skill or just a way to mislead people?

Well, it all depends on what meaning you give to the word “persuade” and the ethics of the coach you’re dealing with. Certainly it is possible to learn techniques capable of influencing the way people, and even the masses, think. These are not techniques that I consider ethical and they certainly won’t get you anywhere. Being able to “control” weaker minds is not something to be proud of. These are techniques that are based on hypnosis, NPL or variations of the two. These are techniques that will never get you ahead in your career, in business, or in raising healthy children, because the prerequisite is dealing with weak minds. This has nothing to do with my work as a Vocal Coach, at least not what I teach my trainee.

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Vocal exercises: how to train your voice (and make it charming) – Interview for Vogue.it

Vocal exercises: how to train your voice (and make it charming) – Interview for Vogue.it

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.

Vocal exercises: from emotions to posture

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?

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The hidden potential of human voice – Bocconi Alumni Event

The hidden potential of human voice – Bocconi Alumni Event

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.

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Interpersonal communication – What makes it effective, and what undermines it

Interpersonal communication – What makes it effective, and what undermines it

As a Topic Expert for Personal Development Course at Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore – International Management Class – Faculty of Economics and Law, I have to present to the class some topic that are still not present in the textbooks but have a huge impact on understanding what is a real “effective communication”.

Books are always written to spread the knowledge of some sort of pioneer in the field, so at this moment in history it is normal that what I talk about and do for work, is a total innovation. I have not yet published an official “textbook” on my work, but it’s in the works!

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