Soulcast Media Membership enrollment jumps 79% since March 2020.
1. Support and a Consistent Practice
We believe in order to become better at any skill, you must have the right support and a consistent schedule for practice. Our membership provides both of these via our monthly videos on new communications topics and our live group coaching calls with Jessica. We make sure all members feel heard. With practice, our members are finding themselves becoming better presenters and listeners, such as Richard R. below:
2. Confidence in Yourself
Sometimes being introverted can make communicating difficult. You either don’t know what to say or you’re afraid of coming off as awkward.
We teach you how to break these barriers and really hone in on becoming a more confident person. You will learn the importance of body language and utilizing your tone of voice. You’ll also learn how to adjust both of these to ensure you’re displaying confidence signals when interacting with others. Executives in our membership love our confidence topics because it applies to their roles as leaders.
Our goal is to connect with you so we can work together. Sergio P. shares his experience with building confidence through our membership.
“As a life-long introvert, I’ve noticed that a lot of what Jessica says is completely relatable. Unless you are an introvert, you don’t realize the little situations you encounter at work that will be that stumbling block of your day. Jessica has obviously walked in the same shoes because she brings up these small dilemmas that only a fellow introvert could know. But here is the great part, she offers advice to handle these dilemmas.
Most other classes that I have taken are given by instructors that are confident, fluid, and polished. Jessica is all that as well. But let me tell you the difference. She will, on occasion, take down that curtain and let you see a bit of her vulnerable side. In other words, she lets you see that behind that polished, successful person is someone that overcame their introvert tendencies to grow into the effective communicator that she has become. That, to me, is what makes her so effective and relatable.”
3. How to be More Clear and Engaging
Member: Philip W.