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AMA (Ask Me Anything): Here Are The Answers (Part 4)

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As a part of these One A Day videos that I’ve challenged myself with this year, I asked viewers to submit questions for a virtual AMA.

Because I got so many questions, I couldn’t answer them all in one episode. So this is the fourth AMA video in the series. In this video, I’m going to answer questions about commercial “conflicts”, directing yourself in a world of isolated auditioning, and what “having a radio voice” means.

And the answers are…


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AMA (Ask Me Anything): Here Are The Answers (Part 3)

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As a part of these One A Day videos that I’ve challenged myself with this year, I asked viewers to submit questions for a virtual AMA.

Because I got so many questions, I couldn’t answer them all in one. So this is the third AMA video in the series. In this video, I’m going to answer questions about my hiring practices, what differences I see in on-camera versus voice over performance work, and what kind of mic I use when doing these videos to minimize room noise.

And the answers are…

(link to the shotgun mic I use: https://vo2gogo.com/get-shotgun)


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AMA (Ask Me Anything): Here Are The Answers (Part 2)

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As a part of these One A Day videos that I’ve challenged myself with this year, I asked viewers to submit questions for a virtual AMA.

Because I got so many questions, I couldn’t answer them all in one. So this is the second AMA video in the series. In this video, I’m going to answer questions about why I am unable to make Rehearsal® Pro for Android, what the best path is for a newbie to get VO work, and if there are any shortcuts I can recommend for a diamond in the rough to get ahead quickly as a performer.

And the answers are…


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AMA (Ask Me Anything): Here Are The Answers (Part 1)

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Episode 100. Wha??

Well, to celebrate the 100th of these 365 One A Day videos that I’ve challenged myself with this year, I asked viewers to submit questions for a virtual AMA.

I was deluged with questions, far more than I can answer in one video. So this will be the first of several. In this video, I’m going to answer questions about why my videos are as short/long as they are, the reasons I left radio, and what I recommend for ad blocker software for Macintosh.

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10 Rules of Profitable Self Discipline from Napoleon Hill

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You’ll see the name Napoleon Hill everywhere when you start looking for leadership and success training. He wrote a famous book called “Think and Grow Rich.”

And in addition to the principles in that book, his famous Laws of Success, which are just as important and as relevant today as they were when they were first published in back in 1937, these rules of self discipline, which I heard in a rare radio recording, are designed to give you more power to be successful, and to implement the rules in the book.

Here they are.


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An AMA Preview: The Word “Ethnic” – A Slur, Or An Essential Adjective?

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In just a couple of days, I’ll be shooting a video where I’ll be giving answers to questions I solicited in an AMA – Ask Me Anything session.

But one was too juicy to wait on.

I got a comment from Kendra about my use of the word “ethnic,” and she went on to ask about how I handle things when I make a mistake.

The first thing I do is to make sure it was an actual mistake. And if it is, here’s how I learn from my mistakes.


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Laying Down The Perfect Slate

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I’ve gotten several questions and comments about the way I talk about slating – and I wanted to let you in on my personal slating approach.

Remember…this is your one chance to make a great first impression. And your slate is one of the most overlooked, thrown-away, yet important pieces of your audition real estate.

Here’s how to make your slates world-class awesome.


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