written by Hilary Blair Which pig are you? In a world of quick fixes – we can miss the mastery. In a world of making a quick buck – we neglect the nuance of relationship. In a world of
When I’m standing at the copier and noticing that the black and white copies are beginning to fade into nothingness, my first question is always, “who’s responsible for the toner?” When I am communicating with others, guess what? I am
Warning: Reading email on your smartphone can cause miscommunication. The size of the screen seems to impact the “voice” of an email. At least it may impact what we hear when we read it to ourselves. Have you ever read
Whether you are speaking to a group — or just trying to be heard by your employer, employees, or colleagues—being clear and believable are key to your success. What sets successful leaders apart from the pack? Simple as it sounds,
Originally posted on the Levo League website, this article on vocal habits by Corie Hengst is now on MSNBC. The article features Hilary speaking about vocal fry, laser voice, filler words and code switching.
Essentially, breathing is… breathing. If you are alive, it’s working. Efficient breathing for sport and speaking brings in a whole other way of thinking – and we run into all kinds of opinions.* Here’s ours:
Don’t Give Away Your Power! Hilary joined Angie Austin on DaybreakUSA to talk about vocal habits and power- what they mean, how they affect us, and how to be aware. Listen here!
Hilary was interviewed and is featured in this article by Corie Hengst for Levo League. Read about vocal habits and tips to control them:
After completing a half-day workshop with Hilary, Lucia Novara of Location 3 posted a blog on the groups takeaways. Click here to check out the post!
This article features Hilary Blair and was published in Law Week Colorado on August 1, 2011. “You’re playing,” Hilary Blair said to me as I walked into her acting class for business professionals… An observer by trade, I wasn’t prepared