Tweaking Your Voice For The Stage

Neil deGrasse Tyson is an amazing speaker. He's one of the select group of science educators that appeal to mainstream America. Truly, some of the topics he covers are fascinating. But the truth is that the majority of his appeal comes from the way in which he speaks. In this video, we cover three simple vocal tips that will make you a more captivating speaker. You'll learn how to use your voice in a way that gets people leaning forward and hoping you tell them more. Those tips are, in short 1. Take longer, deeper breaths to lower your voice 2. Strategically use silence to hook people's attention 3. Develop vocal range in terms of speed, cadence, and style

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