3.95 (34 reviews)
☑ Use their voice more effectively to influence their audience
☑ Unleash the power behind their voice
☑ Sound more charismatic
☑ Be seen as the thought leader in their niche
Do you ever wonder why some Podcaster grow more and more popular and others are ignored (even if they share better information)?
As a Podcaster, you know that the success of your podcast lies in the power of your voice. It doesn't matter how good your Tweets are, how many 'friends' you have on Facebook, or how many backlinks your website has, if people do not respond positively to your voice, they are gone.
Listeners will not rave about your show if the sound of your words coming out of their earbuds are not inspiring, charismatic and commanding attention.
In this course, Tracy Goodwin and Scott Paton how you how to unleash the power in your vocal chords through proper use of your lungs.
We’ve trained ourselves not to breath…what? We have to re-train the breathing system so that our voice contains all the power at your disposal.
Why breathing is so key to podcasters?
Learn to increase your lung capacity - the amount of air you work with. Discover how to use the 'three tanks' in your lungs.
Discover the method of rib expansion used by top professional speakers and actors and how to do it like the pros.
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This course is covered by Udemy's 30 day money back guarantee. Thank you very much for reading all of this! Tracy and Scott hope to see you as a student in the course when we next meet!
Introduction To Power Breathing
Meet Your Instructors
Why Breathing is Crucial to Your Podcast's Success
Speaking With Power
No More Strained and Over Worked Vocal Chords
The Importance of Variety
Connecting to Your Breath and Why it’s Key to More Effective Podcasting
Your Three 'Tanks'
[Activity] Expanding Your Ribs
Connecting to your Breath
Help Your Fellow Students
[Bonus] Going to the Next Level
There is a lot of talking about breath and voice but the whole course boils down to two activities: expanding the ribs and connecting the breath to your voice. Even these two are talked about and not much done or shown about them. I am not sure yet whether I will achieve any results, but I’ll have to see.
Very theoretical, not enough practical. I liked Tracy's tips and her way of speaking, however I expected much more of the course. When I thought the practical part was about to start, the course actually ended. Honestly, I learned more about breathing when speaking from other free on-line resources.