Most people are oxygen deprived and so they are energy deprived.
Symptoms include -
Chronic or intermittent fatigue
Anxiety and panic attacks
Tingling and numbness in arms and legs
Chest pains and palpitations
Muscular cramps in neck, shoulders and back
Stomach upsets, heartburn and gas
Feelings of unreality, feeling apart, hallucinations
Sleep disturbances, nightmares and night sweats
Where are you breathing from?
People in all cultures use gestures spontaneously when speaking. When gestures support the message, they enhance your communication; however, when they don’t, gestures are just distracting.
At the same time, if you don’t use any gestures at all, you’ll appear stiff and uncomfortable. Or if you can’t put your hands down, you’ll seem scattered and silly.
That’s why so many people ask, “What am I supposed to do with my hands?
There is a big difference when speaking to an audience as to whether you come across as certain or uncertain, believable or unauthentic.
One of the biggest distinctions is in the tone of your voice.
There are 3 types of tone you need to be aware of -
1. Flat Tone
2. Inflected Tone
3. Command Tone
Get in touch with us to learn more about how to change a vocal habit that may be inhibiting your onstage presence.