How to speak clearly and professionally

Welcome! I’m excited for you. Why? Because I know you’re serious about improving your oral communication skills and in the process, better yourself overall. This program can help you.

Each bite-sized audio file offers valuable training that will help you polish your verbal skills. You will become an even better communicator, which will pay dividends for years to come.

The files are in mp3 format, so you can listen to them on any device that supports that platform. Listen to these recordings as often as you like; indeed, I recommend that you review any of the tracts that you find most useful. Good luck, and good speaking!

Introduction: Introduction

Track 1: Why it’s important to speak clearly

Track 2: Verbal miscues

Track 3: Vocal variety

Track 4: Vocal exercises

Track 5: Resources

If you have any questions, please feel free to email me via


Personal photo, March 2, LR2



Tom Fuszard
New Berlin, Wis.

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2 thoughts on “How to speak clearly and professionally

  1. Tom Fuszard Post author

    Good points in the post, Craig. Jean-Luc emphasizes the use of vocal variety — something you’ll hear a lot about during your Toastmasters “career.” Good of you to join. I was a member for 5.5 years, and can attest to the value of the program. Good luck, and thanks for stopping by.

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