33 min

Speaking Your Truth with Voice Coach Tracy Goodwin-EP028 Advanced Freelancing

With the rise of new online marketing channels, entrepreneurs have the opportunity to connect with potential clients through various audio and video platforms. But what if you hate the sound of your own voice? Or you just don’t have the confidence to really connect with an audience? The voice is a powerful tool, one that entrepreneurs can use to command attention and share their stories with the world.
 
Tracy Goodwin is the owner of Captivate the Room, a coaching business that teaches clients how to connect their message with their passion – and make an impact with their voice. Her unique approach, the psychology of the voice, allows clients to unravel their voice story and frees them from the barriers that are preventing them from connecting with an audience. Tracy is an expert in voice technique, and she has trained actors, speakers, entrepreneurs, business executives, leaders, and podcasters from all over the world – helping them step into their voice power and speak their truth.
 
Tracy graduated from Baylor University with a BA in Theatre and went on to earn a Master’s in Creative Drama from Texas State. She worked for many years as a professional actor and director but kept running from her true purpose as a voice coach because she couldn’t get past her own story. Tracy grew up in a family where she was not allowed to speak, so she just couldn’t see herself as an expert – despite repeated opportunities to coach voice. When she was put in charge of the voice program at a conservatory, she could no longer deny her gift. Today she shares that gift with you, explaining her coaching process and how she connects with clients. Listen in and let Tracy help you manage your time, capitalize on social networks, and make an impact with your message!
 
Key Takeaways
Why many are terrified to speak their truth
Link to past trauma (i.e.: abusive/narcissistic parents, teachers) Your ‘voice story’ shapes your abilities  
How Tracy’s clients know they need coaching
Lack of confidence Dislike the sound of their voice Know they don’t captivate the audience  
Tracy’s coaching process
Obtain audio/video of the client prior to coaching session Listen to identify the issues Understand the client’s ‘voice story’ Tackle the biggest problems first Lay in a new layer of muscle memory  
Tracy’s timeline for achieving results
Utilize techniques and exercises that accelerate progress ‘Flip the foundation’ in one month Encourage continued practice for sustainable change  
How Tracy’s clients are able to improve so quickly
As they see results, the confidence is transformative They are inspired to continue as they build on positive results  
Tracy’s tips for marketing yourself online
Capitalize via visibility on social networks As tech evolves, keep learning Ask yourself, “Who are my people? Where are they? How can I serve them?”  
Tracy’s suggestions re: time management
Take on tasks that are in your ‘zone of genius’ Outsource duties that are laborious Consider investing in an assistant  
What makes Tracy the best voice coach in the business
She rolls in the psychology of the voice Her ability to teach technique and alter muscle memory through drills  
Tracy’s advice to aspiring entrepreneurs
Start before you are ready Don’t wait until everything is perfect Do your research and develop a plan Prepare to learn from your mistakes  
Resources
Post Planner
 
Connect with Tracy Goodwin
Website 

With the rise of new online marketing channels, entrepreneurs have the opportunity to connect with potential clients through various audio and video platforms. But what if you hate the sound of your own voice? Or you just don’t have the confidence to really connect with an audience? The voice is a powerful tool, one that entrepreneurs can use to command attention and share their stories with the world.
 
Tracy Goodwin is the owner of Captivate the Room, a coaching business that teaches clients how to connect their message with their passion – and make an impact with their voice. Her unique approach, the psychology of the voice, allows clients to unravel their voice story and frees them from the barriers that are preventing them from connecting with an audience. Tracy is an expert in voice technique, and she has trained actors, speakers, entrepreneurs, business executives, leaders, and podcasters from all over the world – helping them step into their voice power and speak their truth.
 
Tracy graduated from Baylor University with a BA in Theatre and went on to earn a Master’s in Creative Drama from Texas State. She worked for many years as a professional actor and director but kept running from her true purpose as a voice coach because she couldn’t get past her own story. Tracy grew up in a family where she was not allowed to speak, so she just couldn’t see herself as an expert – despite repeated opportunities to coach voice. When she was put in charge of the voice program at a conservatory, she could no longer deny her gift. Today she shares that gift with you, explaining her coaching process and how she connects with clients. Listen in and let Tracy help you manage your time, capitalize on social networks, and make an impact with your message!
 
Key Takeaways
Why many are terrified to speak their truth
Link to past trauma (i.e.: abusive/narcissistic parents, teachers) Your ‘voice story’ shapes your abilities  
How Tracy’s clients know they need coaching
Lack of confidence Dislike the sound of their voice Know they don’t captivate the audience  
Tracy’s coaching process
Obtain audio/video of the client prior to coaching session Listen to identify the issues Understand the client’s ‘voice story’ Tackle the biggest problems first Lay in a new layer of muscle memory  
Tracy’s timeline for achieving results
Utilize techniques and exercises that accelerate progress ‘Flip the foundation’ in one month Encourage continued practice for sustainable change  
How Tracy’s clients are able to improve so quickly
As they see results, the confidence is transformative They are inspired to continue as they build on positive results  
Tracy’s tips for marketing yourself online
Capitalize via visibility on social networks As tech evolves, keep learning Ask yourself, “Who are my people? Where are they? How can I serve them?”  
Tracy’s suggestions re: time management
Take on tasks that are in your ‘zone of genius’ Outsource duties that are laborious Consider investing in an assistant  
What makes Tracy the best voice coach in the business
She rolls in the psychology of the voice Her ability to teach technique and alter muscle memory through drills  
Tracy’s advice to aspiring entrepreneurs
Start before you are ready Don’t wait until everything is perfect Do your research and develop a plan Prepare to learn from your mistakes  
Resources
Post Planner
 
Connect with Tracy Goodwin
Website 

33 min