PUBLIC SPEAKING -$- VOICE-OVER
vSpeaking in public is a process that can be studied, formatted and applied to most all speaking situations.
Applying these successful techniques will harness your nervous energy and transform it into vitality and enthusiasm. It will be broken down for you, step by step. Body language, facial expressions, vocal ranges and what to do with your hands will all be covered.
Not all public speaking is formal such as standing if front of a large audience making a speech. There are business meetings, sales presentations, social gatherings and public events where a polished vocal presentation would be of value. Ready to go? Call us at
"Darrell's students are well trained, polished and prepared . I recommend his services for voice-over training."
Mike Roberts, Voice Over Plus, Producer
Public Speaking done properly is power in your hands.
At the Happy Voice Coach we will train you to effectively communicate your ideas through learning, practicing and performing.
There is no one single form of public speaking so we work on a core set of skills so you become a better speaker in all situations.
We go where we look. Ride a bike, drive a car, go for a walk, we always have a strong tendency to move in the direction we are looking. It's human nature. So where are you looking or going today? What's in front of you right now? Don't lose sight of your goals. Look at them everyday to stay on course. Keep your eyes on the prize and you will move in the direction you're looking. It's human nature.
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Lee Woods, TX Radio Hall of Fame Inductee
The agents expectations of the voice over artist vary from job to job. Knowing what will be expected of you will allow you to be better prepared, have greater confidence and act more professionally.
"Darrell Taylor is a good teacher with a wonderful attitude. I highly recommend him to anyone wanting to learn how to put their best voice forward. "
Eduardo Soliz, Podcaster
The role of evidence in your speech.
Use evidence to validate your claim. Explain how and why the evidence supports your claim. Be brief. For each claim you want to...
A claim is anything you want it to be. Pick a subject then pick a side. As an example "The school year is too long." is the claim. You can agree or disagree with that claim but you must have/use evidence to back it up.