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For the first time in the ten years I've been in business, I recently indulged myself in two voice-over coaching sessions in one week. My decision to have Marc Cashman as my coach was a long-time decision and deliberate plan upon my arrival to California. Being coached exposes my vulnerabilities. I can't deny that being open to feedback can be excruciating, despite my ironic love for it. As I open myself to constructive criticism, I invite comments that even my most critical self has not already commented on. To be honest, it felt painful. I thought I would roll up my sleeves[...]

  For all the communication technology we possess, why is it we still have difficulty getting our message across? For business and for life, here's some help with a round-up of 10 relevant posts: Are you communicating in your "business voice"? Are you undermining your point? How to say it right the first time Is it professional to give out your phone number? Making a speech requires more Telling your story to sell yourself Ten Top Tips for Talking Top Tip for Talking: Self-Awareness What is the truth about your urgent deadline? What is your most genuine, confident voice? Please share, that is, if you[...]

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Back in the 1990’s I had the unique opportunity to work as a singing waitress at a couple of different restaurants.  Both jobs proved to be some of the best I’ve ever had - I hustled, serving tables, making cash in hand quickly, while also allowing a place for my love of singing and performance AND impressing customers, thus encouraging larger tips. To say it was a unique situation, is an understatement.  Singing for restaurant customers, often right up to their table, was very intimate.  And, when someone said, “Okay, sing for me!” you did it right there on the spot.[...]

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