Presentation, Voice-Over, and Speech Communication micro learning lessons to improve speech, diction, clarity, melody, tempo, attitude, and message impact. From the author of There's Money Where Your Mouth is and Voice-Overs For Podcasting, and the creator of Activate Your Voice and Adding Melody To Your Voice apps. Elaine A. Clark demonstrates specific ways to use the body, subtext, and gestures for added clarity, message arc, visualization, and 3-D storytelling. Each episode ends with an assignment for you to work on to get "wired for sound." It's great for podcasters, voice actors, business executives, teachers, public speakers, and anyone who wants to improve their speech and communication skills.
Can You List Your top 5 Strengths and Weaknesses?
Welcome to Real Talking Tips! The first of this 52 episode micro-learning Speech Communication series begins with a self analysis of your strengths and weaknesses. It’s presented by Elaine A. Clark, communication coach, actor, author of There’s Money Where Your Mouth Is and Voice-Overs For Podcasting, and creator of the voice and diction apps Activate Your Voice and Adding Melody to your Voice. Watch. Practice. Improve your speech and communication skills!
00_Real Talking Tips_Speech Communication Micro-Learning Podcast
Welcome to Real Talking Tips! Speech Communication Micro Learning Podcast is excited to offer you a new way to improve your speech, communication, and voiceover skills. Each episode, this master coach and instructor shares insights and tips from her 40 years experience as a business coach, voice over & on-camera instructor, and actor. She focuses on specific elements from her books and … plus her two voice and diction apps, and . There are three sections to each episode: 1. Overview of the concept. 2. How to perform the exercise 3. Your micro learning lesson assignment.
Improve Your Speech: Let's Buzz Those Resonators
The second of 52 RealTalkingTips micro learning Communication lessons focuses on the voice, resonators, and speech improvement. Resonators have the ability to add intensity and depth to the voice. When specific letters of the alphabet and letter combinations "buzz," the sound and tone of the voice improves. Real Talking Tips - Episode 2 "Voice: Resonators" is the first of a 4-part mini-series focusing on speech clarity and sound quality of the speaking voice. It's presented by Elaine A. Clark, instructor, communication coach, actor, author of There’s Money Where Your Mouth Is and Voice-Overs For Podcasting, and creator of the voice and diction apps Activate Your Voice and Adding Melody to your Voice.
Stronger Speaking Voice - Ah, Oh, Ee, I-Ee, A-Ee, Ew
Voice improvement and a stronger speaking voice are desired by many. There are ways to achieve this goal through voice exercises, deeper breathing that fills the whole body, and simple muscle stretches and movements. Elaine A. Clark leads you through this process and a series of vowel strengthening exercises so you can have a fuller, richer speaking voice.
Articulators - The Rhythm Section of Speech
Crisp lips, save slips... right? But what if you have a lazy mouth and it's difficult for people to understand what you're saying. Then it's time to work on your T, G, K, P, B, D articulators. Elaine A. Clark leads you through this voice improvement lesson leads you through a series of exercises to help you utilize those sounds in your speaking voice. #realtalkingtips #elaineclarkvo #articulation #voiceover #podcast #speech #speechimprovement
Build a Stronger Voice through Verbal Weight Training
It's time for some verbal weight training to strengthen your speaking voice. Elaine A. Clark shows you ways to achieve clearer enunciation by practicing with added resistance. Use these tricks before delivering a speech, going to a meeting, recording your voice, or when you want to wake up a lazy speech pattern so it's clearer and easier to understand. #realtalkingtips #elaineclarkvo #enunciation #voiceover #podcast #speech #speechimprovement