Public speaking is a vital skill to have if you’re a small business owner or entrepreneur. Naturally, it’s important to know how to communicate with prospects and customers. But in today’s age of live streaming apps like Periscope and Blab, it’s become more important than ever to know how to talk in public so that you can communicate your marketing message effectively.
In today’s podcast, I’m pleased to share an interview I recorded recently with Dr. Meribeth Dayme. As Founder/Director of Present Your Authentic Voice, she is an exceptional personal performance coach known worldwide for her pioneering work and expertise in the function and use of the human voice. As a former university professor of singing and anatomy, she helped establish a new standard for understanding the voice and how it works, has won awards for her work, and is a frequent guest lecturer and workshop leader. Her books on the voice are used worldwide in universities and colleges.
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Meribeth’s years of experience and study have given her the ability to know the voice inside out and back to front on a technical level and she is one of the few voice teachers who take care of the human spirit and soul. Meribeth stands for lifelong learning, wisdom and knowledge.
Specialising in personal transformation and captivating performance, she shows entrepreneurs how to be natural, authentic and dynamic in podcasts and video presentations. Her clients learn to love their own voices, use the imagination to create expressive and compelling presentations, and become comfortable, confident and at ease in presentation and performance. Her books include: The Performer’s Voice: Realizing Your Vocal Potential andPresence, Confidence and Personal Power, found on most online book sellers.
For more information visit www.presentyourauthenticvoice.com.
You can listen to the episode above, or on iTunes or Stitcher (where I’d LOVE to get your reviews when you have a moment.)