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with Lau Lapides

In this episode, Anne & Lau share their experiences from a recent conference + discuss how to harness the momentum that comes from events, classes, and workshops. As voiceover artists working in home studios, staying connected and motivated is crucial. Discover how meaningful conversations and collaborations can propel your business forward. But it's not just about business…delve into building relationships beyond work and find support through mentors, coaches, and networks. Whether you're a seasoned pro or new to voiceover, tune in to ride the wave of momentum and elevate your success.

Anne & Lau share insights on harnessing event momentum, building meaningful connections, and fostering growth for voice over success.

"Know who your growth people are and take action on that inspiration and motivation you get from working with them." - Lau

About Lau

Lau Lapides is Founder & President of Lau Lapides Company, a boutique coaching, training & production company for voice talent and actors. It has its headquarters in Boston with satellites in NYC, Miami and LA. Programs include hybrid online & in-person workshops, seminars, one-to-one personalized coaching, + showcases in NYC/LA and online. Lau’s media and broadcasting career coaches all work in television, film, radio and theatre. Their voices can be heard around the world.

Top 10 Takeaways

Quick-share concepts from today’s episode:

  1. Harness the energy and momentum from events, classes, and workshops to energize your voiceover career and propel your business forward.

  2. Connect with others in the voiceover industry, both online and in-person, to build meaningful relationships and create a support network.

  3. Don't limit yourself to just business talk. Bond with others over personal interests and activities for a more well-rounded connection.

  4. Give value, education, and ideas to others to strengthen relationships and promote authenticity and honesty.

  5. Find emotional and psychological support through mentors, coaches, and support networks to help you find balance and happiness in your pursuits.

  6. Take action by setting goals, writing them down, and revisiting them regularly with an accountability group or partner.

  7. Surround yourself with people who are better than you and challenge yourself to learn and grow from them.

  8. Know the difference between your growth people and those who are content with where they are. Focus on nurturing relationships with those who will help you grow.

  9. Be a cheerleader for your team members, encouraging and supporting them in their own careers while they help you grow your business.

  10. Combine both in-person and online communication when working with a group for the optimal balance of connection and convenience.

"Write down goals you have and things you want to achieve. Revisit them until they become your reality." - Anne

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