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When recording a podcast many complain about their own voice… Here’s a quick tip on how to sound happier and more energetic when podcasting
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The last couple of days tips have been a bit longer than normal so here’s a short ones for you on sounding more energetic in podcasts….. (Super energetic)… Maybe not that over the top?!
When podcasting you have to listen back to your own voice, and honestly take my word for it… it takes years to like it… for most people — I know it was for me when I was on radio. And so, often I get asked a lot; how do I sound more excited or less dull?
Firstly I must say, do what comes naturally, don’t try to be someone you are not. Being fake on podcasts doesn’t work and the day of the radio voice, it’s well and truly dead.
There is a great tip for recording though, with plenty of energy, and it’s very, very simple.
Stand up, put your microphone just above the comfortable stand up position for speaking into a microphone, and that way you have to stand up fully and extend straight to speak. This opens up your lungs, it allows you to bounce around a bit if you get excited and you do sound much, much more energetic.
It is that simple and is a trick I used as a radio presenter and producer for years! You will be surprised how much of a difference it makes!
That’s today’s podcasting tip… if you missed any do take the weekend to go back and check this weeks episodes out… I will have more for you Monday!
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