To be pumped is to be fired up for something. I’m sure you’ve ever been overly excited about something at least once in your life. Most people can hardly be still when they’re anxiously waiting for something they’re pumped about to happen.
Do you remember being so excited about starting school that you could hardly sleep the night before the D day? Imagine you’re a car tire, and you’re filled with so much air that there is no room for any more air. Being pumped can also be likened to tea being so saturated with sugar that no more can get dissolved. So naturally, a pumped voice should burst with life.
Someone who is fired up cannot wait for smothering they have been anticipating to happen. Case in point, an entrepreneur who is looking forward to officially opening their business, should be pumped. A pumped voice is contagious because it gets your audience excited for you. When you’re working on the project, make sure the aim is to allow your audience to share in your joy.
You can use a pumped voice to introduce your audience to a project that’s dear to you. This approach is excellent from a marketing perspective because it will get your audience pumped as well. Whether you’re
introducing a new product line or launch your very first project ever, a pumped voice is the way to go. You can use it to target existing customers and prospects who have shown interest in your business.
A pumped voice should be energetic and contagious. Your audience should instantly share in your joy the minute they start listening to it.