Speaking is a key area in almost every business, be it negotiations, promotions and of course, speaking and selling from stage.
This makes it ALL THE MORE important to know just how powerful your voice can be.
Your Voice Is Your Money-Making Machinery.
Understanding this will make you a truly exceptional speaker with the power to move roomfuls of people AND make you huge sales from your public speaking. If you’ve ever watched any great speaker, the people that stand out in your mind well after the story has ended are those who create a mood in the space. They convey emotions so powerfully that it takes you on the journey with them.
Interestingly, sales are about the emotional journey too. A big part of being a speaker and taking people on an emotional journey is the use of your voice. An even bigger part of being a speaker is to make sales.
How Improving Your Voice Will Make You More Memorable, Captivating and Entertaining As A Speaker
There are many great and profitable speakers out there who have never considered how improving their voice could benefit their sales, so that’s where you already have a leg up on them!
Whilst your voice is not the most important thing that will directly impact your sales from your public speaking on the day, it WILL directly impact how memorable, captivating and entertaining you are as a speaker…so think of those referrals and the long-term goals of your business!
In other words, WHY should you consider becoming a vocal artist?
The benefits of becoming a vocal artist
- If you learn to protect your voice and rehearse effectively you will have a long and profitable career as a speaker
- Great vocal control builds your confidence on and off stage
- Powerful vocal technique gives you flexibility to perform and create whilst on stage
If speaking is a key element of creating your business, be it promotion, sales or communication, your voice becomes your money-making machinery. If your voice is not in shape then essentially you are losing your uniqueness in the marketplace and losing sales from your public speaking.
Remember, your voice is your money-making machinery, so what can you be doing right now to start caring more for your voice?