Being in-the-know can give you a competitive edge. Refocus your efforts to maximize your results.
As human beings, we crave authentic connection. We want to feel heard, inspired, understood, included, and informed.
As a voiceover talent, it is your job and passion to evoke these feelings – to effectively pull the copy off the page and truly speak to your listener. Whether it’s a radio ad for a new product; a TV promo for an upcoming series; a corporate training video for a healthcare company; or an audiobook narration for a New York Times best-seller, you use your voice to connect with your client’s audience.
Celia Siegel Management is celebrating its 16th birthday this month. We are toasting an amazing 16 years of branding, management, and marketing voice actors.
The holidays sure are different this year.
In most parts of the country, it’s cold out and we’re staying inside. Even so, all huddled up in our fleece, human relationships are still our life-blood.
It’s no secret that Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. Everyone who knows me knows how excited I get this time of year. The annual ritual of sharing a special meal with loved ones from near and far is one I treasure. I love having a houseful of guests and cooking the recipes I’ve perfected over the years as part of my annual tradition.
Because of COVID-19, we’re not wooing people in person like we used to.
So, if we’re not in-person at conferences, cocktail parties and industry events—how do we network?