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Today I am talking to Tracey Goodwin.

She is known around the globe as The Red Sweater Lady, a title that somewhat fell into her lap. She started out winning speaking awards when she was 12 years old. She was never really a stranger to the spotlight as she went on to become a professional actor for years making her living doing television commercials. But, there’s so much more to the back story. At a young age, while she loved speaking, she did not have a great voice and was put into intensive voice training. She learned an incredible system that dramatically changed her speaking voice for the better. Over the years she has pulled all her education and training as well as life experiences together to create a program for clients that truly works.

In this interview we mainly talk about voice technique and storytelling.

Food for Thought

Our voice, whether it is written or spoken is absolutely directly linked to our psychology.

Voices are like message they are different and they are all beautiful.

You’re not going to speak to everyone.

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    2 replies to "Voice Techniques and Storytelling tips from @TracyAGoodwin"

    • scandinavianromancefiction

      Just found your site and I loved this episode. As a writer who writes in English and where it’s not my native tongue, I loved this talk – especially because my English talking is rusty and my accent pops out, and coming from a country that looks down on accents, like you talked about here – I’ve been feeling self-conscious about that.
      This podcast episode really lifted my spirits on this whole theme 🙂

      • Ani

        We were happy to lift your spirits!

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