Success in voiceover takes more than just good coaching/training and a solid demo.  Those things are essential for success. However, to really move the needle and see progress, you need to develop good daily habits. I’ll give you my “daily three” that I give to all of my students…three simple things that I still make sure to implement each day.  Your “business” (and it is a business, after all) is bringing your voice to the world. To do that, you need to set focused goals and stay on task each day to make those goals happen. Join me this week as we talk about “working smart” and how you can (and should) implement a daily routine to take you where you want to go in VO.


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**UNIVERSAL AUDIO ( I’m happy to welcome Universal Audio onboard as a sponsor.  The Universal Audio name is legendary in the recording industry.  For over sixty years, UA has been pioneering iconic recording studio gear.  Among their other great products, the Apollo line of audio interfaces is spot on for voiceover talent.  These units are equally at home in a recording studio, as they are as part of a voiceover talent’s portable “road rig”.  This product is unique, in that its plugins make it possible to emulate the sound of a long list of iconic analog gear…making it possible to free up rack space and really bring your mic to life!