I've worked with some talents who have some unique voices. Many of them are quite talented actors. They interpret a script and take direction well. They have excellent mic technique. They've invested in a good recording space and worked with a professional engineer familiar with industry standards to get their sound quality up to par.
But two years later, they've booked only a couple of voice-over jobs and they're either perplexed or disheartened with the progress of their career.
Why does that happen?
It almost always comes down to a couple of things with new talents:
They're not consistently operating in a business-like fashion
They're not marketing correctly
They don't have confidence
Join me for Workout Wednesday in my group on Facebook tomorrow February 5, 2020, at 4:00 pm PST where we'll chat about how to "boss yourself around," why marketing is a lot like dating (which is why so many people are bad at it), and what "fake it 'til you make it" really means.
If we’ve worked together before, you’re welcome to join. You can also join by becoming a member on this website here.
I look forward to helping you reach your goals!
Need help joining?
Contact me at Tawny@TawnyVoice.com