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What Secrets Your Voice Reveals About You

What Secrets Your Voice Reveals About You

Have you ever stepped back and wondered what your voice sounds like to other people? Your friends and family can probably identify you just by the sound of your voice. And it turns out, it says a lot about us!

In fact, less than a second is needed to reveal personality using only a voice. It may seem unbelievable, but your voice not only sounds unique, but it also carries useful and sometimes unexpected information. Height, strength, and other special features about you can be learned from hearing you speak. And you don’t even need to be seen, everything will be clear regardless.

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How Social You Are 0:16
Your Trustworthiness 0:42
Something About Your Height 1:15
How Professional You Are 1:41
A Woman’s Fertility 2:16
A Man’s Upper Body Strength 2:46
Your Health 3:27
Your Kindness and Empathy 3:51
Whether You’re a Leader or Not 4:20
Stress Level 4:55
Confidence Level 5:16
The “Vocal Attractiveness Stereotype” 5:44
How Well You Control Your Emotions 6:23
The Nasally Voice 6:51
How Successful You Are 7:19
How Creative You Are 7:52
If Someone is Lying 8:25

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– Extroverts tend to talk loudly, quickly, and excitedly. Introverts tend to speak quietly and more slowly.
– Just one word can make the difference between whether or not someone trusts you.
– Taller people tend to have a deeper voice, whereas shorter people tend to have a higher voice.
– If a woman is at the point in her cycle where she’s most fertile, her voice will involuntarily take on a higher pitch.
– The men with the deepest voices scored highest in body strength, specifically the upper body.
– If you’ve noticed a lot of changes in a person’s voice – the pace at which they talk, the tone and pitch of their voice, or whether their voice has become quieter – they may have Parkinson’s Disease.
– If someone’s voice sounds cold, tight, and abrupt, we might assume that this means they’re unable to understand the feelings of others.
– Simply raising your voice and talking over people in a sharp, cold way makes you sound like you’re trying to cover up your lack of knowledge or experience – not someone people would trust to lead.
– If we’re stressed out, our vocal cords tend to tighten. This will make your voice sound crackly and uneven. You might also stumble over your words.
– A confident person will have a smooth and steady tone, will keep their volume at a comfortable, stable level, and their words will come out at an even pace.
– One study found that there’s a correlation between how attractive or pleasant your voice sounds and how desirable you are physically.
– Talking slowly in an even and warm tone gives the impression that you’re in control and at ease, a good indicator that you’re perfectly able to keep your emotions in check.
– A nasally voice makes a person sound demanding, calculating, and cold. A person with a voice like this is unlikely to be taken seriously as well.
– Successful people’s voices tend to be of a lower, warmer tone.
– A creative person may not actually talk much, because they’re daydreaming, people-watching, or thinking deeply. But when they do talk, they certainly won’t be boring to listen to!
– In the middle of a lie, someone’s voice may get shaky and change pitch or tone. People who are lying tend to speak in a higher tone than their natural, everyday voice.

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