You can't have your full voice without being your full self
Updated: Oct 3
Until I was 23, my voice was pretty but one-dimensional.
My voice reflected where I was at psychologically
I didn’t think I was powerful - I couldn’t belt
I didn’t express myself - I had vocal tension
I didn’t trust my instincts- I couldn’t improvise
I couldn’t access my feelings - I couldn’t move audiences to tears
In order to get those results, I needed to work on my self-expression.
I needed to become the person I was always meant to be
Confident, comfortable, authentic.
Only then was I able to sing:
In whatever style
As loud as I wanted
Freely & spontaneously
While having fun and not freaking out!
I know that this is possible for you.
Confidence is a natural result of becoming who you are.
If you take the step to get to know your real self- I promise you will love the person you meet.
And you can become the singer you were always meant to be.