Some days it seems as though the act of being busy has become an art form. People pack their schedules, often with things they dread doing, They procrastinate on essential tasks and then finally (sometimes) complete them with effort. Life for many is a daily slough, s
When we live like this, our words tend to get more convoluted as well. Asked a question, we take a journey through difficulty in order to get the point. Our verbal descriptions develop a tone of unease. We tire of connecting with other people, of having to explain “it” again. We worry that we don’t sound like “enough.” Smart enough, thorough enough, effective enough, successful enough — Enough!
Today, I’d like you to look for this in your own speech and/or actions. Where are you adding complication and why? Life isn’t simple. And
Gina Razón is the principal voice specialist at GROW Voice LLC, a full-service voice and speech studio in Boston’s Back Bay. She has over 16 years of experience both as a teacher of voice and speech, and a voraciously curious voice user. Gina has worked professionally as a classical singer for over a decade and more recently as a professional public speaker. For more information on the studio or to book Gina visit www.growvoice.com.