My voice is not clear. Some times it becomes low in volume and ambiguous. I am facing a problem in interviews for a job due to this. How can I make my voice clear and strong? Please help me.
It is difficult to give technical help in this format, because you need to learn about breath management, phonation and resonance. But here’s something fun that often helps. Children happy at play usually have clear and strong voices. They also have that vital full of life energy that serves well at a job interview. So I’m going to recommend you play with some sounds that children make:
— Make a nasty “a” sound like in the words “hat” or “cat” and in a teasing high voice say, “na na na na na na — you can’t catch me.”
— Think of the delighted squeel of a child coming down a slide or on a swing and say “weeeeeeee” in a high voice while throwing your arms up. You should feel the vibrations of these sounds in your head and face.
— Now practice talking and creating those same lively qualities as you speak. Obviously, it will be exaggerated but it will help you find an energized voice.
— You can also help yourself by reading the topic “Command Voice” and others about resonance and volume. Believe in yourself! You can do it!