Business Success Podcast #026: Speaking: How to get your voice heard

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Does the thought of speaking in public cause you to go into a state of panic? If you’ve answered ‘yes’ – you’re certainly not alone.

Join Annemarie Cross as she speaks with Robert Williams – Voice Coach, Trainer, Writer and Broadcaster about the three fundamentals that will help you calm your nerves, speak with confidence and finally get your voice heard.

Robert talks about:

  • Why breathing the correct way is so important;
  • Why it’s important to watch your posture (and why this can be a knock out seller for your business), and
  • Why being hydrated is so important not only for you, but also for your voice and much more!

To find out more about Robert Williams go to: www.RobertWilliams.com.au

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