We work hard. Sometimes too hard. Perfection is a burden when taken too far. Consider these 12 suggestions for avoiding VO stress.
What it comes down to is your acceptance of risk — how high is it?
“The squeaky wheel gets the grease,” as the saying goes. Apparently, there’s a monumental increase in the number of squeaky wheels lately.
More than coincidence. When things happen at the same time, there must be more of a reason than “chance”. How to handle synchonicity.
The good only feels so because of the bad you’ve just endured. Do it.
Don’t tell me not to compare myself to others. It doesn’t work. We all do it. Here’s the way to make it productive for your voiceover business.
Certainly, some of your happiness should come from matching your passion to your craft, and finding fulfillment. But what if there’s a disconnect?
2020 makes defeatists out of us all. But it doesn’t have to be that way. In fact, right now you possess one of the most fail-safe ingredients for VO success.
Everybody wants to bury 2020 as the worst year EVARR. Herewith, a short list of reason to be thankful for the voiceover this week .
They’re not really the same. One helps you chart your progress, the other actually helps you MAKE progress. Got a minute to watch a video?