Singapore Women's Weekly

Find Your Voice

do you wish your voice could sound more authoritative? Would you like to sound calm and in control, even when you’re upset or angry? Whether you’re communicating with your boss, partner or children, your voice can help you get your point across.

“We need to understand the effect our voice has on people when we use it correctly,” says Dr Louise Mahler, a voice

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