Like Driving Off a Cliff…

by | May 22, 2012 | Coaching, Training/Education

…when you get to the end of your spoken sentence….without enough steam

Obvious?  Apparently not, ’cause we’ve all done an injustice to it.  C’mon…admit it.

Nancy Wolfson‘s 11th video tip in a straight series of 13 weeekly video ckips seen here on the old blogeroo makes it clear:  Support the end of your Sentence.

Although each of these tips stand alone and stand strong, these tips are just “teasers” for the real series of 127 total gems of advice from Wolfson called HOW TO SOUND REAL AND NAIL THE SALE.

A few of these vignettes have been involved…lasting several minutes.  Not today’s.  It’s short and sweet.  Just watch:


You can also see the video here:

Ad copy is such a genre all its own.  That’s why Wolfson’s over-arching thesis is “Acting for Advertising”.  In her many roles in this business, Wolfson has gleaned a savvy and shrewd spot-on perspective of the psychology of writing, listening, watching, and delivering ad copy.  Your VO career is not complete without offering your tithes at the altar of the tribe of Wolfson.  Ask any of her former students (raises hand).  When you’re done with a Acting for Advertising session, you’re sweating, but exhilerated to have reached new heights.

HOW TO SOUND REAL AND NAIL THE SALE is as close as you’re going to come to the authentic Wolfson sessions, at a fraction of the price.

Be sure to check out her offer.  I think you’ll find it well worth the asking price.

Next week:  Improve Acting with Onomatopoeia  (woohoo…should be good!)




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