In this 3 part course you will learn how to rewrite your psychology of the voice story on the inside, that's the driver for the bad voice habits on the outside.
You'll also learn how to replace those bad voice habits with good ones that will ensure that command a greater presence and captivate the room every time you speak.
In this course I'll get you past the blocks and barriers that are keeping you from your power and confidence, keeping you from owning the room.
You'll also learn about vocal variety and how incredibly powerful it is to make the audience feel. In order to compel the audience you need to make them feel something and when you do you'll get to the next level in your business and your life.
Your voice is the most powerful tool you have, if you know how to use it. In this course, I'm going to teach you how to use it step by step.
When you are finished here you will captivate your audience from your very first word ensuring that you make the biggest impact possible as you grow you brand, following and revenue.
Tracy Goodwin, owner of Captivate the Room, started speaking and winning awards at the age of 12. She later went on to become a professional actor for many years after receiving a BFA in Directing. In addition to her BFA, Tracy holds two MA’s and has coached hundreds of people around the globe how to step into their voice power and make a big impact with their message. Tracy is a true expert in voice technique, presentation and storytelling skills and has been for over 20 years. Her approach is very unique in that it not only creates voices that captivate the room but it also transforms lives. People all over the world seek her out for her expertise. But, she really loves the by product, building massive confidence in people so they can share their message, beautifully. Her voice training is game changing for actors, speakers, entrepreneurs, business executives, leaders and podcasters of all ages. Tracy teaches you how to speak in color, not black and white and change lives, no matter the message, the venue or the size of the audience.