Rejection is a way of life in the voiceover industry.
Bottlenecks in your voiceover business are a common and often addressable challenge. Let’s define the term first, shall we…?
Last week we lost Brad Venable.
So…2020. It’s been a helluva year but you don’t need me to tell you that. From a voiceover perspective it’s been interesting. Here’s a brief breakdown of 2020 for me as a voice actor:
There is a new healthcare option just for voice actors.
I often think about what it means to have courage as a voice actor. Specifically, the courage to start your voiceover journey. Here’s what I mean by that…
Do you ever run diagnostics on your voiceover business?
The voiceover industry is not immune to politics, as we discussed in a blog from a few weeks ago. Something happened recently that many feel crossed the line…
The Extraordinary Power of Leader Humility is out!
Speculation is running rampant about the recently announced changes to the SAG-AFTRA Health and Pension plans. There are a lot of very nervous narrators out there right now and understandably so.