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Today, I was asked how one should go about finding a good coach. Word of mouth and referrals from working voice over talent are the best means of locating those coaches who can truly give you what you need to succeed. Then, you need to talk with the coaches, which may require paying for an evaluation session in order to determine where you are, your potential, whether personality types mesh, and to see what kind of a feeling you get for how this coach works and how they plan to help you reach your goals. This is an important investment in your career and not something to be taken lightly.
Some top notch voice over coaches that I have experience with are: Nancy Wolfson, James Alburger & Penny Abshire, Marc Cashman, Rodney Saulsberry, Jim Conlan, and Edge Studio. All of these coaches work in person or remotely, if you do not live in their locale.
Explore their web sites, get in touch with them, and find out who seems to be the best fit for you. And who knows, one of these days, I just may add my name to this list!