Whenever someone asks me for advice about starting a commercial education venture, I tell them that the three most important factors are: 1) Is there a need?
2) Is there a willingness to pay?
3) Do you have a pipeline to the buyer? These are the three legs of the stool that will support your training venture. It’s not about whether you know what needs to be taught, can build/deliver the curriculum or have a great learning methodology. You’ll need those, too, but you can acq
This blog is the second in a three-part series on working with voice actors. If you haven’t read Part 1, I suggest you read that first. OK, so you’ve found a great voice actor to work on your new training project. You started the search early, brushed up on the voice actor lingo and researched your candidates, so you feel great about the voice talent you've found. So, getting narration that goes perfectly with your new training is a breeze from here on out, right? Not quite.