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Oct 2014

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My husband was teasing me recently about a client I was working for…chortling about the company I keep, so to speak. Medication for crusty elbows to loans from questionable banks and even non-narcotic herbs, I’ve written and recorded a lot of material that I wouldn’t necessarily buy into myself. As “the queen of retail voiceovers“, as I lightly call myself, there is only one script I have ever turned away, uncomfortable about selling the product.

It comes down to a question of integrity. Integrity – I do love that word because, despite human mistakes I have made along the way, I always earnestly carry the intention of integrity.

“Think lightly of yourself and deeply of the world.”

Miyamoto Mushashi

Very rarely do I consider my reputation when recording material. My name is never associated with my voice overs and, unless I somehow become famous, it never will be. In my case, only my friends recognize my voice in one particular market. I’m as good as anonymous 99% of the time. My professional reputation behind the scenes, however, is much more important, which means completing a job reliably, efficiently, and effectively, no matter what the product.

So, what will I not do? Steroids. Literally and otherwise… Some things just aren’t worth the money.

Anything you’ve done that makes you look back and laugh…?

 



4 responses to “What would you do for money?”

  1. cherylphipps says:

    I decided I wouldn’t do a commercial for a controversial diet pill that was in the news because there were findings that it might be harmful.

  2. Lisette van Raadshooven says:

    Good for you! Integrity is foremost. Money comes and goes, self-pride is built over a lifetime.

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