Can I do voice-over part-time?

Part-time for any other business is 20 hours a week.  If you were to dedicate ten hours a week to working your skills and another ten hours to promoting your demos, you stand a far greater chance to becoming a full-time working talent.  But that means you absolutely must put in the hours!

So, dedicate yourself to working on your career for no less than 20 hours a week.  Or part time, if you will.

If you’re only just starting out, positioning and prepping yourself for what the job takes to be a working talent requires at the very least 10 to 20 hours a week. This is how you become a professional.  It takes commitment.

Becoming a steady, working talent takes a great deal of persistence, just like any other small start-up business.  That’s realistic and, from our experience, incredibly effective.

To learn more about the SOUND ADVICE approach to voice-over and performance, check out our SERVICES page and give us a call to get scheduled. We can even coach you from the comfort of your home computer using SKYPE!