Our voices are our main way of self-expression, and we don’t mean just our physical voices. Many of us have some issues with embracing our inner and outer voice, the same voice that makes us who we are.
We talked about how to get more comfortable with our physical voices, but how can we embrace our inner voices and make it, and ourselves, stronger?
Here are a few tips that can help us all with embracing our voices:
1. Challenge yourself to expand the way you express yourself: Read books and articles about different talking methods, listen to podcasts that showcase several of opinions and take notice how the message is being shaped and deliver, learn new words. When you expand your point of view on the world, you’ll get more acquainted with your own values and beliefs, and it’ll be easier to share it and make a difference to your society.
2. Surround yourself with a strong community: It’s all about finding the right community for you so you could be yourself and express yourself without any fears or concerns. A strong community will help you feel comfortable with yourself and your ideas, no matter how unconventional they seem.
3. Listen to your inner voice: This might sound oblivious, but many of us are having a hard time listening and trusting our own inner voices. Outside voices and opinions are important, but at the end of the day, we have to be loyal to ourselves. Take a few minutes at the beginning of the day, or before an important meeting, to listen to that inner voice – you’ll know what to do.
Use Your Voice – and embrace it!
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