As this is a personal greeting from me to you, I am writing to you in the first-person narrative ~
If you should ever doubt your ability to move nations (and mountains and people) with your voice and way of speaking watch the movie The King’s Speech with Colin Firth, Helena Bonham Carter and Guy Pearce.
In fact, I believe that the world is calling out for effective, dynamic, responsible leaders with heart. Those that practice what I call the six (6) C's of language arts: clarity, charisma, courtesy, courage, compassion, and inClusion.
There are layers and levels and subtleties that most executives and speakers never even tap into! Your voice, your presence, your delivery, and the words you choose all matter. I have been in love with the voice since I was a little girl, swinging and singing all of the television commercial jingles in my backyard while dreaming of being a superstar singer or a race car driver.
My superpowers include an intuitive, creative, and scientific problem-solving perspective coming from multi-passionate experience in the 9-to-5 world, in retail, as an entrepreneur, as an investor, serving on non-profit boards, and on stage and screen as a performer.
I sold everything from Steinway grands to magazine advertising. A thirst for an understanding of each aspect of successful acting & entrepreneurship led me to a B.S. in Music Business, certifications as an energy healer and Holistic Health Counselor Practitioner (HHCP), a Ph.D. in Holistic Psychology and private training and classes in voice, acting, improvisation, and metaphysics.
I’m an intuitive sound healer who hears the frequency of sounds (yes, I can identify cars by the sound of the engine!) Stage fright was something that I had to overcome and I faced two major surgeries to remove a fist sized tumor from the right side of my head. This taught me so much, including that I had to take care of myself first in order to save my life while facing what it takes to triumph over and heal from the physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, and financial impact a serious illness brings.
You will find me going to concerts, theatre and lectures, traveling, wine tasting, enjoying Swiss chocolate, and watching Formula 1 auto racing.