Your voice is a powerful instrument when telling stories. It can convey so much emotion, the tone and it can just bring people along this whole ride should be a ride like a roller coaster. So, if you're going to be a great storyteller, it's very difficult to do that. If you are a monotone. Yes, there are a couple of comedians who are really good at being funny telling a monotone, but that's hard to do. I wouldn't try that if I were you.
The most effective way to tell a story is to use the full range of your voice, especially when you are bringing in the dialogue of what you said to somebody and what they said back. Use the full range of your voice. And it's essential that you convey emotion when you are using your voice. Otherwise, how are people gonna know you don't want to say I was terrified at this point say, use your voice to convey the tear or the theme or the joy. Some of you may think you don't have a good voice, chances are your voice is fine. But pay attention to the details in this next section to really help you build confidence in every aspect of using your voice for presentations and in storytelling.