Voice Overs and your day job

Voice Overs and your day job

Got a day job?

Whether you love it or hate it, it (hopefully) pays the rent and that’s a good thing.

I suggest that you hang on to your day job until you’re good and ready to let it go.

But how do you squeeze your new voice over career into your busy nine to five without quitting your day- job or rocking the boat?


I’ve got some great proven tips in this week’s Inside Voice Over.

Some of It requires a bit of clever multi-tasking and some of it requires a little “mischief”-

But you can DO THIS and I’ve got your back.

Check out this week’s short video training on voice over and day jobs and then let me know what you think, ok?

And after you watch the video I want to know how you’ve been blending voice over and your day job or how you plan to make it work.

Let me know your thoughts in the comments box. I want to read about what’s on your mind so I can support you.

To your voice over success,

Susan Berkley,
Founder, The Great Voice Company

6 Responses to Voice Overs and your day job

  1. Hi Susan,
    I am now on a compressed schedule at work. That means that I work 9 hour days, but I get every other Friday off. I am devoting my Fridays off to VO work. I know it’s not enough, but I really look forward to the Fridays when that’s all I do.

    • Hi Sandie,

      I think you’ll find that that “focused Friday” will really pay off for your voice over career as long as you’re consistent. Good for you! Let me know how it goes.

  2. This is great advice! I have more flexibility than your typical 9-5 job, but balancing is still tricky. The quick audition recordings and the “cough, cough, cough” 🙂 will definitely come in handy!

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