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  • QUESTION? What is Vocal Awareness? ANSWER? Empowerment Through Voice.
    • When you Own your Voice , you Own your Power.
    • Arthur and our Guest today, Michael Irvin together at 2010 Pro Football Hall of Fame.
  • What Arthur will tell you:
    • The Vocal Awareness Method recognizes Voice as a metaphor which integrates mind/body/spirit into a conscious system that gives each of us a meaningful life compass.
  • VOCAL POWER EMPOWERS YOU TEN TIPS FOR ENHANCING YOUR VOCAL PRESENCE
  • Vocal Power Tip #1
    • Create a Persona statement. Persona means “through the sound.” This will help you choose the best way to reflect an idealized you.
  • Did you know?
    • Vocal Awareness is for everyone wishing to change their life.
  • Did you know?
    • Vocal Awareness is the catalyst for change.
  • Vocal Power Tip #2
    • Don ’ t “ present ” who you are – “ Be ” who you are.
  • Pro Football Hall of Fame Pre Show
  • Vocal Power Tip #3
        • You have to breathe efficiently if you want to speak effectively .
  • Vocal Power Tip #4
        • To find your optimal pitch level - (“the hub of your voice” -your core sound), gently descend on the sound of hmm. Where hmm ends is where to speak from.
  • The Yawn-Sigh on NFL Network.
  • Vocal Power Tip #5
    • Sing a lot. Singing is freeing. It is also an emotionally and spiritually healthy thing to do. Singing is a creative way to enhance your vocal range, power, and color.
  • Arthur’s Acrostic
    • We Sing to Sensually Integrate, Nurture and Give to Ourselves and Others.
    • S - SING
    • I - INTEGRATE
    • N - NURTURE
    • G - GIVE
  • Vocal Power Tip #6
    • Realize that any professional encounter – from the casual office meeting to a business call to a prepared talk - should all be considered “ performances ” , as someone is always listening or watching. They are opportunities to be your best Self , so -prepare for them.
  • Arthur says:
    • When you give me your Voice, you give me who you are .
  • Vocal Power Tip #7
    • Take conscious ownership of every verbal encounter. Don ’ t feel as though someone is not interested in what you have to say or that someone is too busy which would then make you hurry the conversation. Take your time .
  • Sunday morning prep at the NFL network. Every moment counts!
  • Vocal Power Tip #8
    • Only 8% of all verbal communication is retained by the listener ’ s unconscious mind through the words themselves; 37% is conveyed through the sound of the voice; 55% through body language. Consciously embody the message - and the messenger.
  • How to get started in Vocal Awareness?
    • Sign up for a 30 minute Vocal Empowerment Session:
    • For a glimpse into the possibilities inherent in a Vocal Awareness Private Lesson, sign up for a one time only Introductory Vocal Awareness Empowerment This 30 minute one on one session can be scheduled via phone or Skype.
  • Vocal Power Tip #9
    • Whenever possible, record yourself, and listen “ without judgment. ” A great deal can be learned from objective listening. In Vocal Awareness this is called “ Game Film. ”
  • Vocal Power Tip #10
    • Create rituals: a daily structure to help you achieve your desired communication goals. Begin your day by thoughtfully strategizing and practicing, then integrate this into your personal and professional life.
  • Did you know?
    • There is no such thing as being tone deaf.
    • Mastery is:
        • 1) Comprehensive knowledge or skill in a subject or accomplishment.
        • 2) The power to influence, command, or control.
    Vocal Awareness is Mastery for our Lives.
  • Benefits of the Vocal Awareness Method
      • - Eliminate your fear of public speaking.
      • Discard all “white noise” - the “I thinks, um’s and you knows”.
      • Access your Vocal Power, no longer just a “little girl” or a fragile male voice.
  • Emmitt Smith 2010 Inductee Pro Football Hall of Fame. Delivered flawless speech - 22 minutes long, fully memorized. 100% Vocal Awareness.
  • The Vocal Awareness Method
    • STATURE
    • Stature is not simply good posture; rather it is a Conscious Choice to reflect the very essence of our being through our physical presence. When you put your Self in Stature your body naturally inhales a recognition of claiming your Self.
  • The Vocal Awareness Method
    • PERSONA
    • Your Persona is the truth of your identity being revealed, embodied, and projected outward. Developing a Persona Statement teaches us how to choose to be who we are, and not simply settle for who we have been.
  • The Vocal Awareness Method
    • SEVEN EMPOWERMENT RITUALS
    • In any discipline, rituals are fundamental and required to achieve Mastery . The Vocal Awareness Method has seven critical and powerful Self-affirming rituals -all designed to shift behavior -making us consciously aware of our higher Selves and better able to live a life of greater meaning and purpose.
  • Michael Irvin was inducted to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2007 .
  • Arthur’s Other PRO FOOTBALL Hall of Fame Students
    • Marcus Allen
    • Dick Butkus
    • Ronnie Lott
    • Joe Namath
    • Rod Woodson
    • Jack Youngblood
  • The Truth about Vocal Awareness
    • Vocal Awareness teaches mastery through communication and also teachers mastery in communication.
  • Some of Arthur’s most popular Program Topics
    • Voice of a Leader.
    • Change your Voice - Change your Life!
    • The 7 Minute Daily Workout.
    • Voice and the Politics of Power.
    • The Art of Communication.
    • Women in the Workplace - The Curse of the Silent B.
    • Healing your Self - The Vocal Awareness Journey.
    • Sing Your Heart Out/Everyone Can Sing!
  • Opportunities with the Vocal Awareness Team
    • Become a Certified Vocal Awareness Instructor . Level One Sessions begins in May.
  • Did you know?
    • Research has shown that in a telephone conversation, 92% of the impact comes from vocal tone and only 8% from the words that are actually spoken.
  • Coming Soon…
    • The Vocal Awareness VIP Club - VIP means Voice Is Power . Join and get greater access to a treasure chest of vocal power tools.
  • Vocal Awareness is Metamorphosis
    • Nothing tells the story of transformation better than the wonder of nature-the caterpillar becomes the butterfly. This process is symbolic of your personal metamorphosis during your study and continued practice of Vocal Awareness.
  • When I Speak, I need to be Aware. Vocal Awareness Seminar in Edinburgh - Hearing Their Voice
  • Test Your Vocal Power Level: RATE YOURSELF 1 = least accurate (least describes me) 10 = most accurate (most describes me)
    • #1
    • I notice a tightening in my jaw when I feel stress, angry, and/or other strong emotions.
  • Test Your Vocal Power Level: RATE YOURSELF 1 = least accurate (least describes me) 10 = most accurate (most describes me)
    • #2
        • I clench my jaw when I ’ m sleeping.
  • Test Your Vocal Power Level: RATE YOURSELF 1 = least accurate (least describes me) 10 = most accurate (most describes me)
    • #3
        • I often seek approval from others.
  • Test Your Vocal Power Level: RATE YOURSELF 1 = least accurate (least describes me) 10 = most accurate (most describes me)
    • #4
        • I feel I must speak louder in order to be heard.
  • Test Your Vocal Power Level: RATE YOURSELF 1 = least accurate (least describes me) 10 = most accurate (most describes me)
    • #5
    • I was raised in an environment that taught me "to be seen and not heard".
  • Test Your Vocal Power Level: RATE YOURSELF 1 = least accurate (least describes me) 10 = most accurate (most describes me)
    • #6
        • Sometimes, I am intimidated to voice my point of view.
  • Test Your Vocal Power Level: RATE YOURSELF 1 = least accurate (least describes me) 10 = most accurate (most describes me)
    • #7
        • I don ’ t like the sound of my voice.
  • Test Your Vocal Power Level: RATE YOURSELF 1 = least accurate (least describes me) 10 = most accurate (most describes me)
    • #8
    • I do not like to speak in front of a group of people: socially or professionally.
  • Test Your Vocal Power Level: RATE YOURSELF 1 = least accurate (least describes me) 10 = most accurate (most describes me)
    • #9
        • I often say nothing because I ’ m afraid I have nothing of value to say.
  • Test Your Vocal Power Level: RATE YOURSELF 1 = least accurate (least describes me) 10 = most accurate (most describes me)
    • #10
        • I would like to enjoy singing, but am afraid to sing aloud in public.
  • Test Your Vocal Power Level: RATE YOURSELF 1 = least accurate (least describes me) 10 = most accurate (most describes me)
    • #11
        • I have nervous habits in meetings (i.e. nail biting, jumpiness in legs etc.)
  • Test Your Vocal Power Level: RATE YOURSELF 1 = least accurate (least describes me) 10 = most accurate (most describes me)
    • #12
        • I am not comfortable looking someone in the eye when speaking.
  • Test Your Vocal Power Level: RATE YOURSELF 1 = least accurate (least describes me) 10 = most accurate (most describes me)
    • #13
        • It doesn ’ t always feel safe to be who I am.
  • Who’s next on our Moment with the Master ?
    • One of the best voices in Sports Television - Baseball insider and analyst Ken Rosenthal .
    • Tuesday March 1st at 5:00pm PST