Welcome to Say it Well!
You’ve just taken a step toward becoming a better communicator. Whether you want to improve your voice, media, presentation, or communication skills, Say It Well! can help you say it better through Presentations, Coaching and Learning Tools.
Our presentations cover such topics as how to:
- communicate in business settings
- use your voice to improve your image
- shine as a speaker
- increase women’s effectiveness in communication
- or, if you read the Scriptures, we offer a presentation that shows you how to improve your delivery to better inspire your congregation.
As your coach, we work with you to help you become a more compelling communicator. We show amateur and professional speakers, from CEOs to broadcasters, how to look and sound more confident and credible. Click here to listen to a voice makeover.
Our Audio Course includes downloads and coaching cards that support your efforts to improve your vocal performance. You’ll know that, when you open your mouth, the sound that comes out will be the one that best supports your message.
You’ll find valuable information, guidance and tips in our blog to start you on your way to developing the voice and communication style you’ve always wanted.
Take a look around and see what meets your needs. Feel free to call or e-mail if you have questions or need more information.
Thanks for coming and we hope you’ll visit often.
I’m a singer and have been all my life. Although I’m classically trained, the music I most often sing and truly enjoy is musical theatre. In my 20’s and 30’s, I was frequently hired by theatrical producers to sing the “money note.” That’s the very high, top note you hear at the end of some big chorus numbers. As I’ve aged, my voice has darkened and those notes don’t have the same quality and “ring” they used to – if I can hit them at all! … [Read More...]
No matter who you are, you must care for your voice so that it's there when you need it. Those of us who use it professionally and present speeches or broadcast for a living, must take even better care as we use and abuse our voices more. Remember that there should never be discomfort. If your voice gets tired, that's one thing. All muscles do at some point if they are used enough. However, your vocal muscles should never HURT. If they do, stop … [Read More...]
The amount of time we spend communicating is staggering. Studies show that college students spend 61% of their day communicating. Most of us aren't college students any more, but we all spend much more time communicating than we realize. Remember, communication includes: giving instructions to your assistant, talking with a client on the phone, sharing your ideas and opinions in a meeting, sending an email, writing a memo or letter, or … [Read More...]