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3 Speaking Tips: Difference Between Tone, Pitch, and Inflection with David Binder

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In this special episode, my brother explains the difference between tone, pitch, and inflection to help you improve your voice. In 2017, Yale did a study that confirmed that your voice can change your life. They found that what makes you believe someone, like someone, and trust someone is the sound of their voice. Last episode we talked about the 7-38-55 rule (listen here): only 7% of all communication is done through verbal communication (the words), whereas the nonverbal component, such as tonality of our voice and body language, comprise 38% and 55% respectively. Three tips to improve your voice: Speak on the exhale, not the inhaleFind your maximum resonance point (Vanessa Van Edwards video here)Speak at a moderately fast pace (195 words per minute) - slow talkers are perceived as less intelligent and credible (around 100 WPM) About the guest: David Binder joined the Detroit Symphony Orchestra as Second Trombone in September 2015 and also regularly performs with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, the Grand Teton Music Festival, the Detroit Chamber Winds and Strings, and Music of the Baroque (Chicago). He previously served as Co-Principal Trombone of the Finnish National Opera in Helsinki, Finland for three seasons. Since 2020, David is the founder and chief audio engineer Prestige Recording Services, a professional audio and video recording production company. More at davidbinder.net. Subscribe free / rate and review this podcast: https://emilybinder.com/flash-briefing/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

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