59 min

Episode #20 - Part I with Nancy Bos: You Have a Right to Use Your Voice‪!‬ A Voice and Beyond

    • Self Help

Nancy Bos, is an acclaimed author, international speaker, and owner of StudioBos Media, who has taught voice for over twenty years. As a globally recognized voice expert, Nancy truly believes that everyone has a right to sing and to use their voice. In this episode, Nancy explains that voice teachers are incredibly lucky people, because they have the opportunity to live out their passion every day and witness the joy of transformation and empowerment in their students. Nancy shares her personal story of how she had to unlock her own voice which had been suppressed as a child, as well as, overcome severe performance anxiety in order to help others reach their highest potential. She opens up about her life’s mission to inspire people all around the world to find the freedom to express, through voice, that part of who they are that connects us all. This is part one of a two part interview with Nancy and I’m sure you are going to truly be captivated by her wisdom and experiences. Without further ado, let’s go to today’s episode.

In this episode
1:09 - Introducing Nancy Bos
6:49 - Nancy’s first singing lessons
11:17 - Change of direction
15:38 - Dealing with performance anxiety
30:11 - Singing through change 
37:46 - Today’s generation of women
40:43 - Helping people find their voice
44:48 - Getting over performance anxiety
51:24 - Meditation

Celebrate singing with Nancy Bos: https://celebratesinging.live/
New menopause Book Singing Through Change
Nancy's publishing company Studiobos

Find Nancy online
FacebookTwitterLinkedinGet all links, resources and show notes at:
https://drmarisaleenaismith.com/20

Learn more about Dr Marisa Lee Naismith:
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Nancy Bos, is an acclaimed author, international speaker, and owner of StudioBos Media, who has taught voice for over twenty years. As a globally recognized voice expert, Nancy truly believes that everyone has a right to sing and to use their voice. In this episode, Nancy explains that voice teachers are incredibly lucky people, because they have the opportunity to live out their passion every day and witness the joy of transformation and empowerment in their students. Nancy shares her personal story of how she had to unlock her own voice which had been suppressed as a child, as well as, overcome severe performance anxiety in order to help others reach their highest potential. She opens up about her life’s mission to inspire people all around the world to find the freedom to express, through voice, that part of who they are that connects us all. This is part one of a two part interview with Nancy and I’m sure you are going to truly be captivated by her wisdom and experiences. Without further ado, let’s go to today’s episode.

In this episode
1:09 - Introducing Nancy Bos
6:49 - Nancy’s first singing lessons
11:17 - Change of direction
15:38 - Dealing with performance anxiety
30:11 - Singing through change 
37:46 - Today’s generation of women
40:43 - Helping people find their voice
44:48 - Getting over performance anxiety
51:24 - Meditation

Celebrate singing with Nancy Bos: https://celebratesinging.live/
New menopause Book Singing Through Change
Nancy's publishing company Studiobos

Find Nancy online
FacebookTwitterLinkedinGet all links, resources and show notes at:
https://drmarisaleenaismith.com/20

Learn more about Dr Marisa Lee Naismith:
WebsiteFacebookInstagramLinkedInYouTubeTwitter

59 min