Full Voice – The Art and Practice of Vocal Presence
What is your voice saying about you? Your voice matters. Based on your tone and expression alone listeners make up their minds about you before they even process the meaning of your words. And if WHAT you say is at odd with HOW you say it, they can miss your message altogether.
Barbara McAfee offers a fun, tested method to harness the power of your voice to become a more effective and flexible communicator. She identifies five distinct vocal sounds -- earth, fire, water, metal, and air -- explaining how to cultivate each one. You'll learn how to use your voice to support the meaning and message you want to convey. Using this book along with her free online practice videos you'll experience an authentic shift in how you express yourself -- and how you listen to others as well. You'll discover how opening your full voice connects you to sources of untapped potential, power, and aliveness.
About Barbara McAfee (Twin Cities, Minnesota Author)
Barbara McAfee uses voice to awaken and nourish the human spirit, blending 12 years as an organizational development consultant with the power of sound. Her recent book, Full Voice: The Art and Practice of Vocal Presence, is based on her 25+ years as a voice coach guiding people to find their voice, whatever that means to them. A prolific singer/songwriter, Barbara has released seven CDs of smart, soulful acoustic music. She is founder of the Morning Star Singers, a volunteer choir that sings for people facing health challenges. She lives across the street from the Mississippi River in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA.