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Nancy Daniels

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Member since: Apr 16, 2012

International Speaker and Voice Specialist, Nancy Daniels, has been involved in voice training since 1977. A graduate of Gettysburg College with a BA in music, she discovered the techniques for improving the sound of the speaking voice while in graduate school at American University in Washington, D.C.

Prior to her move to Canada in 1981, Daniels worked in New York City for G. Schirmer, ICM Artists and the Aspen Music Festival where she was director of public relations. Aware that her own speaking voice was a predominant factor in obtaining employment with such reputable firms, she believes that a dynamic and mature-sounding voice is a fantastic asset, increasing one's confidence and self-esteem.

While in Canada Daniels taught Voice and Public Speaking at the University of Western Ontario's Graduate School of Journalism, The Ivey School of Business, and St. Peter's Seminary. In 1989 she started her own business, Communication Dynamics, for businesses and the general public. Upon returning to the States in 1997, she opened her business under the name Voice Dynamic and from 1999 to 2003 continued to teach Voice & Diction and Public Speaking at the college level.

In addition to her guest speaking engagements, Nancy Daniels gives seminars and corporate & individual workshops in the United States and Canada. For those who are unable to work with her directly, she is now offering Voicing It!, the only voice training course on video in which she takes you through her entire Voice Dynamic Approach just as if you were with her in her studio.

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Many people contact me because they have a voice that is too high-pitched, too soft, too loud, too nasal, too wimpy, too weak, too shrill, too childlike. In fact, the list of descriptive adjectives

Writing & Speaking> Public Speaking l 2 years ago

When you are asked, requested, or invited to speak, whether it is for your company, a business organization, a leads club, or some type of conference, how familiar are you with your audience and

Writing & Speaking> Public Speaking l 2 years ago

The other day I received an email from a young man who told me that he was getting a sore throat by speaking loudly at the clubs and wondered if my training dealt with volume. I had to smile when he

Writing & Speaking> Public Speaking l 2 years ago

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Writing & Speaking> Public Speaking l 2 years ago

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Business > Interviews l 2 years ago

Ever find that when you open your mouth to speak, the result is a voice that quivers or shakes? Often, we attribute the quivering voice to the elderly; however, a shaky voice can also be found in

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