Momentum is so easy to squander. But sometimes it’s necessary.
Look out…this is a “heavy” blog. You may not have the stomach for it. It may offend. Or not. Either way, this is where I’m drawing the line.
We work hard. Sometimes too hard. Perfection is a burden when taken too far. Consider these 12 suggestions for avoiding VO stress.
Memorial Day is not “Happy”. It’s solemn…respectful.
…more like voice “under”. The voice always accompanies the other action, and therein lies the root of our problem.
Take this one factor out of the success equation, and suddenly everything gets more iffy.
Shoulda, coulda, woulda. Of these, the worst is "shoulda". Should have. Not "should of". (just had to get that off my grammarian's chest) Why? Because should is the past tense of "shall" and it means that something was possible in the past, or you had the ability to do...
Why you're reading this blog I don't know. By almost any measure of VO success, I've failed. I'm good at writing blogs, though. Maybe that's what I should do. Full-time writing. ...only That's even more challenging than voice-acting. ALL the freelance endeavours seem to be a challenge. So maybe...
The human emotion that’s older than dirt may be the one standing in the way of your voice over success.