Roger Love is a world renowned voice coach, sought after by actors, singers and professional speakers for help with their voices. So why should you trust Roger with your voice? Listen to Roger talk about his background and what led to his passion for helping people find and love their voice.
We’re all born breathing, so it must be automatic, right? But did you know that when it comes to your voice, that you’re probably breathing incorrectly? Roger explains how proper breathing techniques can change the way you sound and ultimately help you love your voice.
You define your voice, it’s not predetermined at birth. With Roger’s help, you’ll find out that YOU ultimately decide what your voice is. And if you don’t like it, all it takes is some very simple changes, which can lead you to achieving more of what you DO want in life.
Sounds and words are not created equal. One is more important than the other. Roger explains why the sounds you make are far more important than the actual words that you say.
Your voice needs love and care to work properly, and just like an instrument, it needs practice to maintain peak performance. Roger teaches you about your instrument and introduces you to Tana and Dr. Daniel Amen, leading authorities on health and the brain, to discuss how your brain works along with your voice.
Can your voice affect the way you do business? The simple answer? Yes, taking command of how you use your voice can help you communicate more effectively with your employees and staff and can make your company more productive. Roger teaches you the tools you need to know to find your voice and create a more successful business.
Emmy award winning actor Eric McCormack, of TV’s ‘Will & Grace,’ joins Roger to talk about the art of being funny. Can funny be learned? If you’re not naturally comedic, can you find a way to be funny? Roger says that simple things, like slight variations and changes in your voice and tone can help you be funny and showcase your best personality.