As a neuroscience nerd, I love running into oddball information, making meaning of it, and sharing it so we all become better communicators.
Here’s the latest bit. After you cringe a bit (I did), make use of this the next time you want to be seen as smarter and more confident.
Maybe you’ve heard: 38% of the impression you make on someone comes from your voice tone and quality. (Want to know more? Check out this article.)
What can you do to be seen as more trustworthy and honest — rather than nervous and less truthful?
This two-minute video gives you two simple ways to better connect with people when you speak — as well as some background on why this stuff works.
Want to go into your next meeting or presentation with more tools to lead people to “yes”? Let’s talk!