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VOHeroes 101

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  1. A VOHeroes Welcome
    Real quick...are you sure you're in the right course?
  2. The VOHeroes Mission and Ethos
    Why become a client's VO...hero?
    2Topics
  3. Strategy: the four keys
  4. Tactics: how you'll learn
    12Topics
  5. Working with the VOHeroes.com site
    A deeper dive into VOHeroes.com
    6Topics
  6. How to get help and support
    5Topics
  7. Managing your VOHeroes Pro membership
    5Topics
  8. How to communicate: Pro Connect, Messaging and Notifications
    4Topics
  9. How to take VOHeroes courses
    10Topics
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    1 Quiz
  10. Courses, workouts and other resources
    How to attend VOHeroes workouts
    5Topics
  11. How to search the VOHeroes resources
    2Topics
  12. How to get your demos produced by VOHeroes
    3Topics
  13. How to get private one-on-one VOHeroes coaching
  14. The VOHeroes Affiliate Partner program
  15. Get your certificate and get going
Lesson 2, Topic 2
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The VOHeroes definition of success

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I have a pretty simple definition of success:

Seems pretty straightforward, right?

You really can’t help be successful if you follow this simple recipe, because you’ll be increasing, slowly but surely, the number of productive and positive things that you do, the things that work, to move your voice over practice forward, and, at the same time…

…decreasing the time you spend with the things that don’t work, and are likely holding you back.

But how do you know which is which?

There’s a bit of a problem with leaving it right there, though.

And that is…how do you know what things work, and what things don’t work?

That’s exactly my job. That’s my coaches job. To help you keep those separate.

Our job is to defend the success of your career: showing you what works, and leading toward those practices.

And, at the same time, our job is to lead you away from the practices that don’t serve you, that don’t move you forward, that don’t help you achieve the highest levels of success.

Even when a thing, a process, a rule, a concept FEELS like it SHOULD work.

I hope you’ll keep an open mind as you go through the coursework, and give us a chance to help you do more of what works and less of what doesn’t.

Here’s to your success, hero. And now that we know what success looks like, what tools do we use to achieve success?

Let’s first look at our strategy for success, the four keys to a successful voice over practice. Go on to the next lesson.

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    1. I completely agree, Susan. I’m just getting started, here in September, so I imagine you’re WELL down the road, and WORKING the system!

  1. That’s the rub: do what works and abandon what doesn’t…even if it feels good to do it.

    I know it can be a challenge for me to set aside things I find comfort in, but don’t serve me well and in fact hinder my success.

    I’m glad David and his coaches and cleared a path for us by already finding out what doesn’t work.