A VO's Journey: Voiceover

Ep. 131: How To Manage Your Family Job And Voice Over Business

December 11, 2019 Anthony Pica Season 1 Episode 131
A VO's Journey: Voiceover
Ep. 131: How To Manage Your Family Job And Voice Over Business
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A VO's Journey: Voiceover
Ep. 131: How To Manage Your Family Job And Voice Over Business
Dec 11, 2019 Season 1 Episode 131
Anthony Pica

How To Manage Your Family Job And Voice Over Business

There can be no denying that managing your family, job, and voice-over business is a challenging feat.

I remember when I first started in voice-over. I worked from 6 am to 6 pm and had to pick up the kids in the evenings from after school care.

Then I would get home in time to meet my wife pulling in the driveway from her job. After making dinner with her and hanging out with the kids for a bit, we would do their baths and put them bed. After that, I would spend an hour with my wife and then tuck her into bed.

At about 10 pm was when I started working on my voice-over business. After working my job all day, spending a little time with my family, my voice-over business got 4 - 5 hours of me every night, until 2 am or 3 am.

Managing it all was a challenge, and in this episode, I talk about the good times and the bad times.

You get a glimpse of how it was for me until I came out the other end.

Also, if you would like to sign up for my Fiverr Elite Group, click here and join today. The pricing is currently discounted so act now :) 

Support the show (https://www.facebook.com/groups/avosjourney/)

Show Notes

How To Manage Your Family Job And Voice Over Business

There can be no denying that managing your family, job, and voice-over business is a challenging feat.

I remember when I first started in voice-over. I worked from 6 am to 6 pm and had to pick up the kids in the evenings from after school care.

Then I would get home in time to meet my wife pulling in the driveway from her job. After making dinner with her and hanging out with the kids for a bit, we would do their baths and put them bed. After that, I would spend an hour with my wife and then tuck her into bed.

At about 10 pm was when I started working on my voice-over business. After working my job all day, spending a little time with my family, my voice-over business got 4 - 5 hours of me every night, until 2 am or 3 am.

Managing it all was a challenge, and in this episode, I talk about the good times and the bad times.

You get a glimpse of how it was for me until I came out the other end.

Also, if you would like to sign up for my Fiverr Elite Group, click here and join today. The pricing is currently discounted so act now :) 

Support the show (https://www.facebook.com/groups/avosjourney/)