2 Habits That Underrate Your Voice’s Influence

Critical skills all leaders need to practice

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Habit 1: Monotone.

The physiological effects upon a listener and the speaker.

Habit 2: Underpowering.

How your body may be working to keep you alive but at the expense of your voice.

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Junior Software Engineer | Voice Coach & Founder @Orator | Amateur Boxer 🥊 | Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu 🥋| www.oratorvoice.com

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Andrei Schiller-Chan

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Junior Software Engineer | Voice Coach & Founder @Orator | Amateur Boxer 🥊 | Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu 🥋| www.oratorvoice.com

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