Weird VO Success trick

Weird VO Success trick

This week, a secret to voice over success you may never have thought about before.

I call it weird because it has nothing to do with your voice or performance. It has nothing to do with your demo, your website or home studio.

It might seem a little “woo-woo” but actually it’s a law of physics.

What is it?

The law of momentum.

The dictionary defines momentum as strength or force gained by motion or through the development of events. When momentum kicks in in your voice over career, opportunities start to appear.

You may start to meet people who can make connections and help you out. You may even book your first job or two. Bit by bit, all the pieces of your career will start to fall into place.

In order to get momentum to kick in in your voiceover career, you must make a serious commitment to speed.

That means no more pussy footing around and waiting for perfection. You must jump into action on all fronts:

  • Creating a ‘warm list’ of people you know who might help you in your career
  • Buying your first USB microphone to start recording and practicing from home
  • Joining my Mic To Money on line marketing training
    (starting October 10- www.mictomoney.com)

In this week’s Inside Voice Over video training blog I explore the law of momentum and how you can get some of that “secret sauce” going in your own voice over career.

Watch this week’s short training video Here Now

After you view the video leave me a comment. I love getting to know you and learning how I can help.

To your voice over success,

Susan Berkley,
Founder, The Great Voice Company

PS. Mic To Money is a complete voice over marketing system where I’ll show you exactly how to find your best, most qualified leads and turn them into paying customers.
Growing your voice over business will feel easy, fun and stress-free as you follow my plug and play Mic To Money system. Get the details here: www.mictomoney.com Hurry! We start Oct. 10.

10 Responses to Weird VO Success trick

  1. Thanks Susan. I learned to drive in LA, on the 405 the fast lane. This was excellent. The reminder of momentum.I am going to pick up speed. Thanks again for the boost.

  2. Yes…this works with voice over and any other career you want to start…thanks for the confirmation…you are on point as usual.

    Ernie Hodge

  3. You are absolutely correct. It’s so easy to grow the attitude of “I’ll start it tomorrow.” Then the tomorrows grow into months without any progress which then grows into depression because nothing is getting accomplished. I’m older and retired, but I make it a goal to do at least one thing a day to advance my new VO career. (And no… watching cat videos all day doesn’t count.) Whether it’s auditioning, marketing, or learning new audio editing techniques. Just do SOMETHING! Even if it doesn’t result in immediate income, it will. I consider myself as a product. Just like any new “widget” that’s on the market. Anything I can do to improve my value will eventually pay off. (Assuming you have the right attitude, are willing to learn, and follow the success route of others.) Ok, I’m rambling.

  4. Susan, this is the kick-in-the-pants I needed to get moving. In life, sometimes you just have to jump in and DO IT!

    As always, thanks so much.

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