Speak with confidence with free voice and public speaking video lessons!
It's not just about what you say, it's how you say it. In these videos, Julie will teach you techniques to strengthen your voice so you can speak with confidence and ease. You'll also learn effective ways to manage the anxiety of speaking in front of others so that you can ace your next presentation and project confidence at your next meeting!
Speak FAST English with my #1 FREE Practice Tool!
In this video, I'll show you my #1 best practice tool that can help you master American English rhythm, speed, and fluency - and the best part is it's FREE! Practice with me and master the American accent and English pronunciation in this video!
Advanced Intonation: Statements and Questions
Intonation in American English can be challenging to master. But this video will make it easy! Learn how to speak English with native-like intonation, emotion, and excitement in this video!
3 Rules to Using Thought Groups in American English
An important part of rhythm is thought groups - the way you pause between groups of words and use intonation to add meaning to your message. This video will teach you 3 rules to using thought groups - when to pause, when NOT to pause, and how to chunk your words together so they sound natural!
How to Stop Overusing "Filler Words"
How often does this happen to you? You're talking to a group of people, and then...THIS comes out of your mouth: "Um...hmmm..well, like yeah..." The dreaded filler words! But don't worry - you CAN learn how to stop overusing filler words in your speech!
American English Voice Placement
If you've been struggling with your American accent, it could be because of your voice placement. This video will teach you the theory behind voice placement and some effective exercises you can do to achieve an American voice placement!
The Basics of Voice Production Part 6: Articulatory Exercises
This video is the final installment of the Basics of Voice Production Series. Learn to speak with precision as you practice these challenging tongue twisters!
The Basics of Voice Production Part 5: Phonatory Exercises
This video is part 5 of the Basics of Voice Production series. A clear and strong voice is powered by vocal cords that vibrate easily and efficiently. Learn some quick exercises to improve your vocal cord vibration - no equipment required!
The Basics of Voice Production Part 4: Resonatory Exercises
This video is part 4 of the Basics of Voice Production series. The Resonatory System is the reason why YOU sound like YOU. Learn how to maximize the resonance in your voice so that your voice sounds more rich, full, warm, and pleasant, with minimal effort!
The Basics of Voice Production Part 3: Respiration Exercises
This video is Part 3 of the Basics of Voice Production Series. The breath is the power source of the voice - learn exercises to increase your breath support and control your respiration for strong, consistent voicing!
The Basics of Voice Production Part 2: Vocal Warm-Ups
This is Part 2 of the Basics of Voice Production series. All muscles need to be warmed up before they are used, and the voice is no exception! Learn some quick and effective exercises to warm-up the voice so you can speak with clarity and precision!
Basics of Voice Production Part 1: Voicing Subsystems
Where do our voices come from? And how do they work? If you want to become a better English speaker, you need to learn the fundamentals about how you make your voice! In this video, you'll learn about the body systems involved in voicing and speech production!
Best Resources in Accent Reduction
Learn about the best resources to help you improve your English pronunciation!
Six Vocal Warm-ups Everyone Should Be Doing
Most of us can agree on the importance of warming up our bodies before we start exercising. Without a proper warm-up, our muscles may be stiff and be more susceptible to injury.
How to Improve Your Spoken American English
Many of my clients ask me how they can sound more like a native speaker. Even if you know how to pronounce all of the vowels and consonants of English, you may not sound as natural as a native speaker when you’re talking in a conversation.
What's Voice Got To Do With It?
Consider this scenario: You have to give a speech at your daughter’s wedding. You prepared your speech weeks ago...