We all have down time between auditions and jobs. What do you do with yours? Are you working on other aspects of your business? Playing games on Facebook or your mobile device? Watching TV? Taking naps?
Or are you learning your craft?
I spend a good chunk of my time each day reading. The Internet is the world’s greatest voice over library! It’s filled with free information from people who are doing this every day. People who make a living as full-time voice actors! Continue reading 3 Voice Over Resources You Should Be Using Daily
If I were to conduct a survey amongst voice actors regarding downtime, I’m guessing the results would show most don’t want it. We’d rather be working. Or at the very least have audition opportunities before us.
After all, this is how we make our living. The fact of the matter is, that’s not always the case. We are going to have downtime. Continue reading 5 More Things To Do Between Voice Over Gigs
There are days when work and auditions flow like a raging river. It’s all you can do to navigate through them all and successfully find your way to the end.
Then there are those other days. Continue reading 5 Things To Do Between Voice Over Gigs
On Monday I wrote a post titled 5 Tips For New Voice Talents and received some great feedback on it. People trying to break into the Voice Over Industry sent me tweets and emails thanking me for the advice.
Based on the responses and the requests I had for more advice, I spent some time over the last couple days doing some thinking. What other tips could I offer? Continue reading 5 More Tips For New Voice Talents