A heartfelt voice is vulnerable, yet strong. It’s the voice of a child telling their parents ‘I don't like it when you fight.’ The voice is simple, clear, and honest to the point of compelling its audience.
It’s okay if you feel uncomfortable about publishing your heartfelt voice-over. This tone is very vulnerable and honest. A heartfelt voice is emotional and meant to make the reader feel your pain.
The heartfelt voice is not pitiful, it doesn't beg for sympathy. This makes it great for delivering bad news. A heartfelt voice carries more empathy than sympathy, like the voice of a religious leader reading a eulogy. It’s great for audiobooks, character narration, on-hold marketing messages, tutorials, and more.
A heartfelt voice has a low tone and sounds confident. If you had to give a public apology, this is the voice to do it with. Because it is so genuine and direct, people see a heartfelt voice as authentic and trustworthy. If you choose to use a heartfelt voice for marketing purposes, be careful not to oversell or overpromise anything to your audience.
Sincerity is the most important aspect of a heartfelt voice. Speaking your truth in a heartfelt way doesn't mean arguing; it means being confident in your words. It true that others may not like what you have to say, but a heartfelt voice speaks without needing to justify the message. When people speak from the heart, they say what needs to be said in a sincere tone.