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I Am Sound, You are Sound

June 12, 2017 0 Comments
I Am Sound, You are Sound

I am sound, here to sing for you. You walk in. I see you and I’ve known you forever, Not you, by name, but you in those eyes, in that heart, standing on those feet, in this space, and time. I extend myself through my eyes, my voice, my movements. No effort. I am glad […]

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Your Therapeutic Voice

April 20, 2016 0 Comments
Your Therapeutic Voice

Have you thought of your voice as a tool… …as a way to enhance how you connect and communicate? I don’t mean the words you say, but your actual voice. Your therapeutic voice. Your voice is something you use every day, unless you’re on silent retreat. And every time you use your voice you’re having […]

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How I Cracked My Voice Wide Open

November 15, 2013 8 Comments
How I Cracked My Voice Wide Open

I was immersed in music from the time I was conceived. My parents were opera singers and my father also played oboe, while my mother played piano. As an embryo, I floated in a sound womb, music weaving my very being. I popped out singing, or close to it. My father loved to tell the […]

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Health Currents Radio: Um, Er, Uh, Like, You Know…

November 11, 2013 1 Comment
Health Currents Radio: Um, Er, Uh, Like, You Know…

I was on the phone with my friend from way back, Ellen Goldsmith, talking about my upcoming interview with her on her blog radio show, Health Currents Radio. Reflecting back on our talk, I realized something had changed in the way she spoke. She didn’t fill the silences with um’s, uh huh’s, or any other […]

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Reactions to Not Doing it Perfectly

October 31, 2013 1 Comment
Reactions to Not Doing it Perfectly

One more post about the 31 day blogging challenge – this one, about my different reactions to not doing it perfectly, now that I’ve reached day 31. If you read my previous posts on the topic, and there were two, you know that I managed to write a blog a day for 15 days, surprising […]

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Are You Stuck as a Leader? Let Go!

October 23, 2013 1 Comment
Are You Stuck as a Leader? Let Go!

If you’ve read some of my recent posts, you probably know that writing does not come easily to me. Not that I can’t write or that I don’t write well enough, but that writing forces me to put something on the page, something that was hidden away. To write, I have to reveal something, first […]

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Your Voice Is an Amazing Tool

October 21, 2013 0 Comments
Your Voice Is an Amazing Tool

Have you thought of your voice as a tool? As a way to connect and communicate? I don’t mean the words you say, but your actual voice. Your voice is something you use every day, unless you’re on silent retreat. And every time you use your voice you’re having an effect whether you think about […]

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Shake It Up

October 19, 2013 0 Comments
Shake It Up

Whenever my yoga teacher goes off for a training, she returns renewed and inspired. And we can be certain that something new will be happening in class. A new twist, a new perspective, new connections… Usually, she’s returning from a training with Rodney Yee. This week, she returned from a weekend at Omega with another […]

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Speak up! Speak out!

October 17, 2013 0 Comments
Speak up! Speak out!

Many of  my women clients and friends have told me that they’re fine speaking one on one, but put them in a group, and they get tongue tied. They hesitate to express a point or ask a question, much less to challenge or to lead. They feel like they need to be drawn out, or […]

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My Radio Interview on “Speak from Your Heart”

October 15, 2013 2 Comments
My Radio Interview on “Speak from Your Heart”

Last Sunday, I had a radio interview on WHUD Radio with “Kacey on the Radio”. Kacey asked me about speaking from the heart and how to do it. We discussed the six steps in my e-book, “Speak from Your Heart: Six Steps to Engage, Inspire and Impact Your Audience”. Our lively dialogue takes you on […]

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