Do you hate the sound of your own voice – here’s how to love it!
If you think your voice sounds shrill, nasal, or thin, you may need to adjust where your sound is resonating from.
Here are a few tips:
1) Open your throat while you speak, the way singers do when they sing. We all know instinctively how to open our throats – we do it every time we yawn or the doctor tells us to say “aaah”.
2) Try to let your voice “bounce around” in your chest. Chest resonance will give your voice “body”.