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Tag: Speaking

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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It’s Your Turn to Talk

October 12, 2013 0 Comments
It’s Your Turn to Talk

I’ve been blogging about topics I find important and that I believe are important to my clients. Now I’d  like to check that out with you. What would you like to hear about? My question to you is: When you speak, what help do you need to speak powerfully? Please fill out the survey below […]

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Beginners Guide to Breathing

October 7, 2013 2 Comments
Beginners Guide to Breathing

Overcoming Performance Anxiety Tip #2: Breathing –  It’s a beautiful thing that we breathe automatically. We’re guaranteed enough breath to keep us going, usually. But when we’re faced with talking in front of a group, presenting an idea at work, or navigating a difficult conversation, our breathing gets, well, strange. Have you noticed yourself get […]

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At the Threshold

October 6, 2013 4 Comments
At the Threshold

What  drives me in my work is my desire to support women to step out of those dark hangouts we can find ourselves in.  Those places that say: “if they really knew me, heard me, the real me, they’d know I was a fake, not good enough…”  That place we carry with us like a […]

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Minimalist Guide to Overcoming Performance Anxiety

October 1, 2013 2 Comments
Minimalist Guide to Overcoming Performance Anxiety

Have you ever been nervous about an event where you had to speak? I know, silly question. Here I am, a voice empowerment coach, and I was nervous about an upcoming radio interview. I didn’t realize it at first, but I was aware of a low-grade irritation hanging over me. When a friend asked me […]

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