It’s late…or early…whichever. The clock says 1:32am as I write this.
We’re creatures of habit, tending to keep the same schedules. Mine is a late one. Yes, I do sleep. My sleep hours are just not YOUR sleep hours. Personally, I believe the hours from midnight to 4am are the perfect hours to voice projects…no dogs barking, no leaf blowers, no planes overhead.
But…every once in a while…do you break the mold? What’s that old saying: “It’s the definition of insanity to expect different outcomes from the same ole actions”?
When do you typically make phone calls? Are you getting through to prospects and agents?
What time of day do people see your tweets?
When are you answering auditions? When the email first shows up…or many hours later?
When are you actually recording your sound? At the end of the day when the voice is tired?
Been hanging out with the same coaches, colleagues, and clients?
Ever “fire” a client?
The point is that even something as simple as occasionally changing one variable may be the tweak that brought the new client, the better read, the closer relationship. Did you consider that?