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10 Reasons to Work on Your Voice

  1. Confidence: A strong voice gives confidence and strength to your words, which in turn boosts your self-trust.
  2. Influence: Good vocal use helps increase your influence and persuasiveness, whether in work presentations or daily family conversations.
  3. Communication Skills: A strong voice helps express your thoughts and feelings more clearly, thereby improving communication skills both at work and in personal life.
  4. Career Opportunities: Good speakers find more career opportunities, especially in fields such as public speaking, media, or sales.
  5. Health: The voice is an important part of the body, and strengthening it improves vocal cord health and reduces the risk of voice disorders.
  6. Personal Expression: A strong voice allows you to better express your emotions, enhance creative expression, and personal style in both speech and song.
  7. Professional Success: Well-tuned individuals can be more successful in their careers, as they have the ability to communicate more effectively and persuade colleagues, clients, and superiors.
  8. Relationships: A clear voice can improve relationships by allowing for clearer and more tactful communication, strengthening connections with others.
  9. Credibility: Good vocal use increases the ability to influence others, whether it’s persuasion, inspiration, or motivation.
  10. Self-Expression: A well-trained voice allows you to better express your personality, values, and viewpoints, helping create authentic and impactful communication with others.

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Your guide will be Simo Santeri Virtanen, a sound therapist, public speaker, and musician. He has studied classical singing for the past 4 years, has been involved in singing for over 15 years, organized over 500 concerts, and delivered more than 100 hours of lectures.

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