Find opportunities to sing
You will be your first vocal teacher. Sing in the shower. Sing in the car. Sing where you feel comfortable. Focus on pitch and timing. Practice songs you can sing well, songs that are easy for you to sing. If you play another instrument, go with yourself. The more you practice, the better you will get.
Start singing in general
Once you know you enjoy singing, find a comfortable chance to do so in public. This can be with a local glee club, church choir or karaoke in a bar. If you sing in a group, you will learn a lot from the director and from the more experienced singers. And if you are alone on karaoke night, do not be shy to compliment those who sing well. Ask them how long they have been there and if they have any tips for you.
Get a vocal coach
There are piano teachers, guitar teachers, drum teachers and yes voice teachers. Singers in particular hold vocal coaches at all stages of their careers. Voice teachers can teach you to recognize and take advantage of the nuances of your voice. They can help you improve your tone and technique and get the most out of all the achievements.
Respect your instrument
Throughout the phase of your singing, remember that your voice is an instrument. Know what’s good for your voice (water, hot tea, lemon, honey) and what’s bad for your voice (dairy, alcohol, smoking, talking in noisy clubs) Do what’s good and give up what’s bad . Some people are born to sing. But for those who are not, the thought of singing in front of other people can be quite frightening. The human voice is an instrument, but like all other instruments one can learn. All that is required is teaching, care, trust and practice.