Find your voice

You could be the best orator in the world, but if your vocal delivery and tone aren’t up to par, your speeches will fall flat. Here are some tips on how to master vocal delivery and tone, so you can make sure your next speech is a hit.

Start by finding your voice. This is the sound that is unique to you and no one else.

Finding your voice is incredibly important in business settings, allowing you to demonstrate expertise and express your opinions with clarity and confidence. Your voice is the tool used to distinguish yourself from others; understanding and embracing it gives you the power to make your presence known in any business setting. Plus, when you lead with an assertive, confident tone, people tend to take notice and listen! So take a few moments to find your voice – indulge in practicing some vocal exercises if that helps – so that you can make your mark on the business world.

Once you have found your voice, practice using it regularly. The more you use it, the more comfortable you will become with it.

Using your voice can be daunting, however, the more meetings you join and conversations you participate in, the easier it becomes to find your “zone.” If meetings inspire anxiety, start small: practice speaking up in one-on-one conversations with colleagues or friends. Building confidence bit by bit helps make big meetings less intimidating. Before long, using your voice will become second nature, allowing you to express yourself suitably and own any meetings you attend.

Pay attention to how you sound when you speak. Make sure that your vocal delivery is clear and concise.

Having confidence in the presentation of what you say is crucial. Make sure you differentiate your vocal delivery to make it clear and concise; how you say something is often just as important as what you say. Pay attention to how things come across and consider the presentation in its entirety, including the use of body language and other non-verbal communication. Being mindful of how your words sound will help others understand your meaning more easily and ensure your message resonates with them.


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Be aware of the tone of your voice. Make sure that it reflects the mood or feeling you want to convey in your message.

Your voice’s tone can seriously impact how an intended message is received, so it is vital to be aware of it. With a serious or serious-sounding voice, you can set the right mood or feeling to convey your message in a way that is easily understood by the receiver. On the other hand, a warm, light-hearted quality in your voice can help color your words with humor and wit instead of having them come across as plain or dull. Whether serious or simple, make sure the tone of your voice reflects the mood and feeling that you want to portray.


You can find your voice and use it to improve your communication skills by following the steps outlined in this blog post. But don’t just take my word for it – try it out for yourself and see how it works for you. If you’re struggling to start, why not join my course Speaking Mastery? In the course, I’ll help you find your unique sound and equip you with the tools you need to deliver confident, powerful speeches that leave a lasting impression. Sign up today and start speaking with confidence!

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