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It’s Okay to Ask Questions!

April 14, 2023 10:25 am Published by Leave your thoughts
  When interacting with a client, whether they are an old, new, or potential client, it’s easy to get caught up in “anxious emailing,” as in: I don’t want to ask too many questions or they will find me bothersome or think I don’t know what I’m doing.     First, this can result in not getting… View Article
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How to Handle a Flub; We all do it!

April 7, 2023 9:41 am Published by Leave your thoughts
    What is a “flub?” Well, it’s that moment when our mouths seem like stubborn children throwing a tantrum, refusing to cooperate with us when we try to say a word or phrase. It’s the feeling that we are fighting against our mouth, a battle between our brains reading the words on the page and… View Article
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The Juggler’s Life

March 30, 2023 10:32 am Published by 1 Comment
   Historically, the voice actor was responsible for one thing: being the voice. However, these days, in many cases, some voice actors are juggling lots of brightly lit balls — some of which are called “marketer”, and “researcher”, and for the home studio voice actor, throw in “audio engineer” and  “editor.” Wow, that’s a lot… View Article
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Getting Creative in Your Thank You

March 20, 2023 9:32 am Published by 1 Comment
   As a voice-over professional, we are our own small business. While we may focus on prospective clients, we ultimately want the bulk of our customers to be the ones we are already serving. As a customer myself, I tend to return to businesses where I feel valued. It’s the little thank yous, whether it… View Article