Maturity and experience, two words that can very often instill confidence into any listening/viewing audience. But to truly show such maturity and experience, you woul probably need a midlife voice.
According to Psychology Today, midlife is the central period of a person's life, spanning from approximately age 40 to age 65. It can be a stressful time, as many people come to feel discontented and restless as they struggle with aging, mortality, and holding onto a sense of purpose. But at the same time, it is an age when a person acquires a lot of knowledge, personal experience and is considered to be fully mature. In many instances such a voice, a midlife voice, can be the voice of reason and guidance, in essence, a voice that can be trusted.
At the age that fall into the midlife category, peer-to-peer trust is often essential. To the generations between the age of 40 and 65 a midlife voice will sound like it knows what it is talking about, and the audiences from that age group can fully relate to what it has to say. On the other, hand, it can serve a good purpose when the target group is in a younger age category, as it can convey a certain sense of authority to them.
Middle could be the key word when you consider what a midlife voice should sound like. It is in the middle tonal range, at speaks in mid-tempo, and it measures every word it says and where it is placed in a sentence. In essence, it sounds what some call 'a voice of reason."