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The work of the self-employed voice over is never done!

When you’re a self-employed voice over, the to-do list is like a hungry Starling, crying for attention. Feed me! The business of running a business needs to be attended to. And unless you make a conscious decision to do them and crack on, those jobs will sit there, lurking in…

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Did you know that dogs make magnificent casting agents?

Well, they do. In work and in life. Thanks to my dog, I have met many fabulous people and made some great friends, both outside the voice over industry and within it. It turns out that dogs are brilliant at networking!  Only this afternoon, I was able to connect two…

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There are Gremlins in the world of voice over & they’re loud!

Gremlins aren’t the exclusive domain of the voice over – we all have them! Our minds are busy places, full of noise, pictures & constant chatter. Some of it we’re able to ignore or filter, but sometimes those gremlins lure us into dark places. They encourage us to do battle with…

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How do voice overs & home workers stay sane?!

Do you work from home?  A couple of weeks ago, Hugh Edwards of Gravy for the Brain and the One Voice Conference asked a question on a voice over forum. If you were to give a talk to voice overs, what would it be? I replied ‘how to stay sane whilst…

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