2.) Slow Down
Your voice has greater strength and authority when you talk softly. Your audience has a chance to digest and consider what you’re saying.
Your words will be given more weight if you talk in a confident tone.
All-powerful people speak deliberately, correctly pronounce, and confidently convey themselves.
When you speak too quickly, your pitch rises, typically to a squeaky, childlike level. Because listeners depreciate the relevance of what you’re saying, it reduces the effect of your words and influence on the audience.
Remember that a great and moving speech begins with a loud, confident voice delivered at an even pace.
3.) Record Phone Conversation
By recording your side of talks and listening to them later, you can improve your voice proficiency. You’ll hear several methods to improve your delivery and articulation the next time you register and playback your voice.