How to find your passion

I hear from folks from time to time who read this blog and think “I’d like to do that voiceover thing, too.” Some of them have been thinking about that for a long time. Some have been thinking it for only a short while.

Whatever the case, one thing is for sure. If you’re going to make a living doing voiceovers you have to be passionate about doing so. Like any other business venture, and especially a business venture involving some kind of performance, the lows are too low and too frequent to endure if you aren’t passionate about that venture.

With that set-up, I offer this bit of advice about how to find your passion. Read Roy H. Williams’ Monday Morning Memo from May 14, 2012.

Done? Good. There’s nothing more I need to say. You all ready know everything you need to know.

1 Comment

  1. Great article by Roy Williams. I love his “Wizard of Ads” works and he is right on the money. The “If only…” is accurate. I meet so many people who would like to do what I do and when I ask them what they are doing to begin their journey, they say, “Nothing, yet. If only…” As the song goes, “If is for children building daydreams.” As voice artists, you have to step out of the daydream and wake up to choosing the thoughts that will move you to action that will, ultimately, direct your destiny.

    Comment by Funny Motivational Speakers — August 13, 2012 @ 1:09 pm

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