Normalizing a vector with Mel Cepstrum Coefficients, Delta Coefficients and Log Energies for both

This is my very first signal processing exercise so I'm very new to this space. That being said the goal is to do isolate voice recognition in identifying someone saying yes and no.As the title suggests I have a 1x26 vector that looks as follows:

Columns 1 through 10

(P)160.2504   66.7557  -35.9298  144.1598  -11.9133  -16.2184  -26.4730   78.0673   10.2075  -39.4318

Columns 11 through 20

-46.6702    5.9283  -42.9540    (P)0.2614    0.0382   -1.3315    0.1326   -1.4256    0.1936    0.4081

Columns 21 through 26

-1.4431   -1.6916   -1.1668   -0.2901   -0.4499   -0.4309

Where (P) denotes the log energy for the Mel Cepstrum Coefficients and Delta Coefficients respectively. This being said I would like to know how to normalize these values but how? I'm not sure what exactly to divide the energies by, let alone the coefficients. Like I said first project so a really go post guiding me would be REALLY appreciated!

For sake of accuracy, I should point out that this normalization scheme has a flaw... The last MFCC coefficients are known to be very noisy and less informative - this follows from the energy compaction property of the DCT (the less relevant stuff is in the highest coefficient), or from the view of the DCT as an approximation of a PCA on the log mel spectra. Thus, the mean/standard-deviation scheme I have presented might "blow up" the importance of the last coefficients. Machine learning/feature selection algorithms might be robust to this and would discard them anyway, but the euclidian distance is not. A compromise I have used in past research is to normalize by a power < 1 of the standard deviation ; or to scale down, after normalization, the nth MFCC coefficient by $\alpha^n$ where $\alpha = 0.95$. Other normalization schemes implement "liftering" - by multiplying the sequence of MFCC point-wise by a window function.