I am excited to talk to you about the people sleeping in voice over right now. And you might be like, Anthony, what the heck are you talking about ... everyone sleeps?
I'm talking about all the people who are not working hard enough to get what they want. There are people making excuses. There are people failing to simply start.
"Courage is crossing the starting line" Amby Burfoot
All of those people choosing to "not start", choosing to not take chances, choosing to sleep when there is plenty of time to do more, are going to lose.
And that is a huge opportunity for you and me.
You see, when I started out in voice over years ago, I didn't have the fancy equipment I have right now. I didn't have a studio or Whisper Room or super expensive mics. All I had was a crazy desire to work and prove myself.
There is not a day that goes by I don't thank my lucky stars that I worked so hard in the beginning.
I remember people asking me about...
There are many different ways to get started in the voice over business these days. And getting work as a beginner is not easy, but it doesn't have to be hard.
In this article, I will go over different ways on how you can get work as a voice over artist just starting out with no knowledge of the industry.
- But before we go on ... I must impress upon you that your education in the field of voiceover is just starting, and won't end here. So be patient, soak up as much information as possible, and whatever you do, don't give up.
But for the sake of brevity, I will share with you 4 different ways to get started in voice over today.
We will cover these 4 voice over artist topics:
* I am specifically leaving out the Union (SAG-AFTRA). Not because I don't think it is a valid approach, but because most of the voiceover work these days is coming from non-union jobs.