Voice Over In The New Year

Voice Over In The New Year

I love the week between Christmas and New Year’s. I assess what worked and what didn’t in the year gone by and plan for the year ahead.

I dig into my business growth goals, my health goals and even something I call my peace-of-mind index. Overall, 2017 was pretty darn good but wait ’til you see what we’ve got planned for you in 2018!

A big secret is to set an overall goal for the year but only plan for the next 90 days and then reset your goals every quarter based on current conditions.

In his book “Traction,” Gino Wickman advises to select a few ‘big rocks’ for the quarter (no more than 2 or 3) and keep them at the front of your focus until they get done.

So how about you? What are your plans for the year ahead?

If you’re just starting out, your big rock for the first quarter of the new year might be our Core Curriculum training and demo package. (800-333-8108 talent@greatvoice.com)

Or it could mean investing in some home studio equipment and getting really good at using it (www.homestudiohowto.com).

In this week’s Inside Voice Over video training blog I’ve got 5 solid suggestions for starting and succeeding in voice over in 2018.

Watch this week’s short training video Here Now

After you watch the video be sure to leave a comment. I always love to hear from you so I can support you as you grow your voice over career.

To your voice over success,

Susan Berkley,
Founder, The Great Voice Company

2 Responses to Voice Over In The New Year

  1. Thank you, Susan, for always keeping us abreast and motivated with your relevant and thought provoking video blogs.

    A happy, healthy and inspiring new year to you and the team.


  2. HAPPY NEW YEAR !! your comments on taking a risk and budgeting time resonated with me. i am finishing out this year tying up loose ends and wrapping up and letting go of those current obligations that will only hinder me as i take my initial steps into the exciting (for me at least) new world of becoming a marketable voice over talent. I will be submitting my voice sample later this week or weekend, and at that point, my voice over development takes center stage in my life. As far as risk—–well, i must admit that i signed up for your March boot camp before i even submitted my voice sample to you for approval. To me, that is not a risk, as such. I am that confident that i will do well in this endeavor. Not that i claim to be “God’s gift to voice over talent”, but i do believe strongly that i do have what it takes and along with that i am saying “yes” to the opportunity to train under the best in the business.how can i go wrong with that combination working in my favor? Factor in a work ethic that reflects bulldog tenacity and a fierceness of heart and spirit that spell “passion” and i am one very fired up individual about getting this done. be blessed.

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