After being a professional acting coach for most of my career, I know something about the importance of a vocal warm up for actors. But for anyone who has to speak for a living, or for part of their job - a vocal warm up is essential.
There is something that you can do today to improve your presentation or public speaking event with instant effect. It isn't complicated. It doesn't require training, or education. It isn't costly, but it is highly valuable.
Many people that give presentations are unaware of how their use of personal pronouns impacts on the audience. For those of you that skipped that section of English class, a personal pronoun is way of referring to a person, such as I, You, We, He, Us, She.
Over the years, I’ve helped a lot of people in business to deliver killer presentations by taking some of the things that I know about the world of acting and performance and shifting them to the business world.
Don’t worry, I’m not talking about being a tree, putting o...