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I know you are working too hard to make the money you are making in voice-over. In fact, you probably aren't making enough money and it's starting to get scary.
At some point, you thought you started living your dream. You quit that soul-sucking 9 to 5 and went full-time VO.
But now you are seeing that running a full-time voice over business is causing you to spend more time than you would be spending on that old job. And worse, you are making about the same amount of money.
Getting clients is getting harder and harder. You are getting up early to be the first to audition for things coming on freelance and P2P sites.
You are waking up in the middle of the night a couple of times to double check email and answer client requests so you don't miss out on that either.
This is not freedom!
This is worse than the old job you had. I know most guys (men) feel that the harder they work the more of a man they are.
In this age we live in there is absolutely no reason to believe that anymore....
So I'm scrolling through my Twitter feed this morning. I am seeing post after post (or should I say ad after ad) from #voiceovertalent looking work. Along with that, I am seeing the same for #voiceovercoaching programs (you like how I'm using (#)hashtags in my blog aren't you LOL).
My question is, "where is the actual content without the sale?" Sure I have posts selling my book, my magazine (actual magazine, not a paper.li link), and my coaching program. But even more than that I am simply sharing information and life-changing (little brag) content.
When I see a #voiceactor begging for work on #twitter in every post it is disturbing. But is it their fault? Well yeah, it is. I mean they posted it right?
What I mean to say is that they probably don't know any better.
It seems as if everyone is looking for a quick sale.
What I want you #voiceovercoach and #voiceovertalent to do is stop for just a moment and consider your own actions.
Listen to "Change Your Mind Set and Change Your Voice Over Career" on Spreaker.
Transcribed from talk show In The Booth With Earl Hall
Hi good morning everyone thanks so much for tuning in today to in The Booth with Earl Hall, man this is really, really exciting for me to be able to do this podcast the way that I am doing it now. If you are already in the chat room go ahead and give me a hey what's up in there and let me know that you are in the place to be. I definitely want to, oh look at that I forgot to turn off my cell phone and so of course now it's ringing so let's go ahead and turn that bad boy off.
This is the first day that I am doing this live this way 10 a.m. Central Standard Time, and I just want to welcome everybody in hey Diana glad to see you in the house, oh man right here on Steps to Voiceover Success.com. Again you know those of you that are going to be tuning in this brand new way that I am going to be doing this podcast, and I think that it's...
There is a real difference between a voiceover coach and mentor. Both the mentor and the coach use the same set of skills but the differences between them are about the relationship.
In voice-over, there can be a need to have both a mentor and a coach. In fact, there may be a need or a desire to have more than just one. You could need a coach to show you how to deliver a script. Another coach to teach you how to do characters. Yet another coach to show you how to use your DAW and do audio processing.
Many of us have sought out a voice over coach. I mean, we hear all the time how we need to be coached in voiceover.
Is this really true?
Now here is where for some of you I go left. However, for another set of new age voice-over artists, this is going to be gold!
First, let's take a look at what you need to be a voice over artists. It comes down to just a few things.
As a voice over talent, you are a freelancer. You are responsible for creating a book of clients that your business is built on.
How is that going for you? Do you do the 4 simple things every day that guarantee your success?
Every day you have to be willing to outwork your competition. The voice-over industry is just like any other. Sure you may not be the most talented, but if you are reaching out to 5 new potential clients a day while I’m reaching out to 10 to 20 a day…I win.
Let’s break this down
This is the oxygen of your business. Don’t do this and you die. Marketing is nothing more than telling your story. Telling it the people that want to hear it is the key. Who is your target market? What do you specialize in? No. The...
Are you just starting out in voice-over? Have you been in for a while and you're still stuck, struggling, or confused?
There are some key things that may be holding you back. In this course, I am going to cover the 'sticking points' that can change your career forever. Some of these points are so simple, but if you don't know about them, it will hurt all of your business development efforts.
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