The moral here…Ted Williams showed the online community that it takes more than just ‘voice talent’ to make it in this business. There must be a combination of business ethics, strategy, strength in foundation, personal wellness and an understanding that success in this business is never given, handed out, or bought, and no level of open-hearted behavior can change this. We all have to earn it. When you succeed, you will be a better person for it.
January 4, 2012
One year later what Ted Williams did for voice overs
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