Would you like to have the ability to "peer" inside people's minds and "read" their thoughts based on the sound of their voice? Do you want audiences to "hang on" to your every word with interest and attention? You can! The voice is a powerful communication tool – if you know how to analyze it and use it effectively yourself. Secrets of the Voice is a compelling guide to five essential elements that, once mastered, will help you analyze the mindset of people around you, and use your own vocal skills to influence others. Written by a world-renowned mentalist Ehud Segev, the book provides "insider" tips to discover people's true personalities through their speech patterns, as well as develop a strong and persuasive voice that will grab, engage, and inspire your listeners every time you speak.
©2014 Ehud Segev (P)2014 Ehud Segev
if he actually got to the point instead of talking about himself nonstop
not enough substance, readers voice wasn't enjoyable, referred to online resources waaaaaay too much. not good
Noone, really. Perhaps if you are COMPLETELY new to the world of voice performances, but probably not.
First of all, he wrote this book entirely as an ad-post for himself. Or, when he didn't brag about his own greatness, it was an ad-post for the very next chapter in this book. Not really necessary, since I already (regrettably) payed for it.
References to studies and the likes would not have been a bad move either.
Everything about this book, except for the very last chapter (the bonus chapter) is just ridiculous.
Talk about monotone voice... Luckily, you can speed the audible version up.
Please, don't repeat my mistake of paying for this book. Just look for some other source on this subject if you are interested. Any course or book on rhetorics should do.
Eat Less, Read Voraciously.
Mentalizer Mentalizer Mentalizer.... The author should pay attention to the excessive repetition of his self-imputed title. Mentalizer Mentalizer Mentalizer... until we get full of it. Seem to be a propaganda of the "Master" depicted in the book.
The constant allusion to videos and other external sources of information. When I use an audiobook, I like to have all the information on it, with no deviations.
The same Dave Wright. He is very good as a narrator. This is not his fault. He had the obligation to play "The Wizard" as he told the story. The author must remember that this is not a fictional book.
The autobiography of the author.
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