Getting Started In Voice Over

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Video 3: The Second Key to Voice Over: Commerce

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  1. After you’ve watched the video, please ask questions!

    What has always been a problem for you when it comes to VO?

    What confuses you about it? What worries you about it?

    What makes you really frustrated when it comes to being a VO talent?

    I’ll read them all, and respond to as many as I can – and I’ll try to answer the best questions in the next video.

  2. Thank you so much for your response David. I am very excited about what you will have to say in the Mindfulness session (& those in between)! PS Not fair making me cry at my desk! I hear you, I thank you, I appreciate you!

  3. I do not have consistent access to internet service, how long will the videos be up to review?

  4. How would someone from Montana, where the production of these things is rare, find an Agent(s)? to work with?

    1. Where you live doesn’t matter – from Montana, or wherever you live, we walk you through the process of locating and pitching to agents in various cities across the country (in our Finding a VO Agent course), and that’s the process in a nutshell. Go for it!

  5. Wow, I have to hand it to you, David. Doing an audiobook for War of the Worlds before it came out his fucking brilliant!

  6. This was good stuff David , I love self submitting and marketing myself. I would love to have and agent some day but really want one who will be on the same page with what I want to do. I don’t mind going outside the box and try something either. Looking forward to the next video.

    Thank you so much,

  7. Great stuff David, as always. Every time I hear that story about War of the Worlds I think, “Man, I really need to do something like that!” Thanks for the video David.

  8. I have been taking notes over all the information you have been going over in these classes (and I advise anyone else who is truly interested to do the same) and I noticed a common theme. Your marketing, Your voice, Your success. All of this comes down to you , and what you are truly willing to give up (or sacrifice as I have heard it said) in order to live the dream. I want to be successful in this, but I feel I am terrible at marketing. I have found that, even in my main field of Opera, I have such a hard time marketing myself and my skills. I have studied music for 13 years, but I still have this lingering doubt that I am not good enough.

    I loved what Sarah Beth had to say. “The hurdle isn’t the book, it’s how to make a living.” I love what I do, and I want to make a living doing it. I am reading the book “Get Clients Now!” because I read Karen Commins talk about how it has made her business side so much better. I have always viewed marketing as a dirty word, and because of that I am completely unknown in my world. Thank you for sharing these videos, I am starting to think I should take your full course, because there is so much that I could learn from you.