On Monday I shared a list of 5 Things I Learned At VoiceWorld Toronto. The learning didn’t stop there, though. I have a couple pages of notes that I took during all the different sessions on the weekend.
I know a lot of you wanted to be there, but couldn’t. So please, continue to live the conference through me. Here’s 5 more things I learned! Continue reading 5 More Things I Learned At VoiceWorld Toronto 2013
This weekend I had the opportunity to venture down the highway (via train) to the big city of Toronto for the VoiceWorld Toronto 2013 Conference, presented by Voices.com.
Friday night I walked around the city, which is beautiful at night. I took in a Toronto Blue Jays game, which was a little less beautiful (they lost). I also enjoyed Toronto street meat, the best you’ll find anywhere! Continue reading 5 Things I Learned At VoiceWorld Toronto 2013
I’m very much an introvert. Always have been. Maybe it’s 15 years of talking to myself in small, isolated, soundproof radio studios? I don’t know. I’ve just always been a quiet, keep to myself kind of guy.
Perhaps that’s one of the things I love about being a voice talent. I can work from home. I don’t have to deal with big crowds of people or hustling and bustling offices. I work with my clients one on one. It keeps me in my comfort zone and helps me focus on their individual needs. Continue reading VoiceWorld Toronto Here I Come