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Star Trek Deep Space 9
Voice-over wisdom hidden within Star Trek revealed here for the first time! Well, second time, since this is Volume 2.
Virus-Corona-Jon Gardner Voice-Overs
Image by Dr StClaire from Pixabay
Somewhere back in the unremembered annals of history, specifically three weeks ago, a fairy flew into […]
Image by Gerd Altmann via Pixabay. Used with permission.
You could always watch another YouTube video to get what you need, right? So what is the big deal?
Violet and gold Fender Stratocaster
Am I weak because I need moments of affirmation to keep me going? Yes!
Michelangelo's David, a closeup on Jon Gardner Voice-Overs
I can either focus on the things that constrain me or I can see the beauty and potential of what is being created.
Film reels. Jon Gardner voice-overs, old beginnings
I wasn’t a complete rookie, but I looked like a deer in the headlights, dazed and confused.
Jon Gardner Voice-Overs, Christmas music
From a Civil War lament to one of the most beautiful Christmas songs I know.
Josh Alexander-Voiceovers: A Super Responsibility book
Joshua gives invaluable advice and professional tips, like how to avoid being a Hokey-Pokey voice talent.
Upside down white kitten.
Photo by Pexel from PixaBay. Used with permission.
If you start reading voice-over related social media, it won’t take long before you notice a recurring thread of thankfulness and appreciation for an industry that doesn’t eat its young.
Audiobook narration.
Photo used with permission from Pixabay
I find that as I look for the little things to be thankful for, it makes it easier to recognize the big ones.

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