• Sonja Nannan

What to do when you're stuck

Creating videos or speaking in front of a live audience is not easy. It takes time, practice and know-how to get to a level of feeling confident and authentic in sharing our voice.

What it also takes is knowing what feels good FOR YOU.

Knowing and owning your strengths, knowing what format is the right one for you, what level of preparation or spontaneity, what outfit, where you want to be sitting or standing and what structure is the right one for you.

I used to force myself into doing my videos and presentations a certain way. The way I thought I was supposed to do them. I found out that knowing what lights me up and gives me energy is far more efficient than trying to do what others expect of you.

And it actually turns sharing my voice into a joyful activity.

In this week's video and podcast episode I show you live how after 10 minutes of stop and go of creating my video, I explored what I could do to feel better, more confident and more authentic. And by showing you what I did, I hope to inspire you to find out what you can do.

This week you have to see it for yourself:

Here is the link to my video on Youtube and here the link to my podcast (you can also listen to me).

I hope my exploration is useful for you. Reply to this email and let me know whether you got inspired to also find what feels good.

And as always remember:

Your voice is the key to your most authentic and sensational self. Make it easy for people to hear it!

Have a great week! ✨

With lots of positive vibes 🌈


PS: If you would like to explore with me how you can share your voice more confidently, schedule a free call with me.

You can check out my 1-on-1 coaching program "Voice of Value" here.

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