Breathing in and breathing out is very easy for everyone, but how many people know how to breathe deeply?
Breathing in through the nose and breathing out through the mouth with the aid of the diaphragm, helps us to control their voice, volume, resonance, pitch and depth. Capturing this skill helps with the flow of speaking, intonation, rhythm, and pace.
This breathing technique is important for all those speaking in public whether for interviews, debating or presenting. Words and messages can be vocally manipulated to bring them alive to the audience, and evoke a profound response.