Some people may speak too quietly, making it difficult for others to hear them, or people might get the impression that you are scared, anxious, disinterested, or uncertain. On the other hand, speaking too loudly can make it uncomfortable for someone to be near you. Sounding monotone can make you sound boring.
Difficulty controlling your voice can impact your pitch, volume, tone, and other vocal qualities. Your voice says a lot about who you are as a person, and your current state of mind. Your voice can quickly make people disengage as they start to feel bored and try to withdraw from the conversation.
If you have voice control issues, your voice may show signs of the following:
● Rough, strained or choppy voice
● Quiet or weak sounding voice
● Monotonous or flat voice
● High-pitched or low-pitched voice
● Nasal sounding voice
● Easily worn out or tired voice
At Speak Fluent, our registered Speech-Language Pathologists can help you with voice control through one-on-one training sessions, where clients can practice communication skills in different scenarios. Invest in your communication skills and further your personal development by booking a free consultation today.