Voice Actor, Al Kessel - Dreamers Podcast

Al Kessel: How An Audio Book Offer Changed His Career To Voice Actor

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Voice Actor, Al Kessel

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Al Kessel is a voice actor who turned a request into a career in voice acting and audio books. Today we talk about how Al went about building his first recording booth, as well as the challenges of recording in Arizona.

Let me say, I am absolutely ecstatic to finally be launching the first episode of Dreamers Podcast! I really feel like this is a huge milestone, and the beginning of a totally new direction for my creative energy! I hope you all enjoy and are as inspired by this as I am!

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this is the dreamers podcast where
dreamers share their stories to inspire

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you

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now join host Joe Pardo as he interviews
a dreamer who’s living their dreams

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yeah

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yeah

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yeah

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welcome to the dreamers podcast I’m your
host Joe part and today I’m interviewing

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al castle was living his dream through
voice acting

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welcome to the show out thanks Joe good
to be here thank you for coming on and I

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appreciate it

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al why don’t you tell the listeners a
little bit about yourself well I

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currently live in Phoenix while the
phoenix arizona area also actually a

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small suburb to the north of Phoenix
with my lovely wife Joyce in our our

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six-year-old dog Kate who is my studio
engineer and i’ve been i’ve been doing

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that I’ve been doing voiceovers full
time now for about a year so that’s not

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really not much to tell I i love i love
to read which is which is a plus in my

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line of work and when it gets hot
outside like it’s getting ready to hear

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now I become a bear i stay inside

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well how did you get started in voice
acting

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well that’s that’s actually kind of a
funny answer sort of my wife and I are

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avid podcasters we’ve been podcasting
since 2010 we have quite a few podcasts

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out there for people to enjoy and you
know for several years now people have

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been complimenting on my boys saying you
know that that that I should be on radio

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or something and I always thought they
meant i have a face for radio but you

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know what they were talking about my
face and if you know me you know I’m

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kind of a humble person i I don’t I
don’t like compliments because it kind

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of makes me uncomfortable so I never
really never really listened to them I

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just enjoy doing the podcast with my
wife and then one day on our disneyland

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podcast we interviewed a former
disneyland cast member now he was a cast

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member back in the seventies the the
late seventies possibly and he wrote a

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book all about his his time as a cast
member there and we interviewed him

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about that and then after the interview
he sent me a private message through

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facebook and asked me if I had ever
narrated audio books before I told him

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no I you know I’m

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it’s always been something that that
I’ve been interested in because you know

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I listen to audiobooks and he hired me

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he offered me his book he said I would
love to convert my book to it to audio

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format tonight I’d like you to do it so
that was kind of the start of it and

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then shortly after I started working on
his book i created a profile on a

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website called acx audio creation
exchange it’s part of audible so all the

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books most of the books that you hear on
audible.com come from narrators on a CX

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and I had nothing i mean there was
absolutely nothing for months while i

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was working on his book so that that’s
kind of how i got an involved in and

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then a good friend of mine who lives in
washington state he he’s a voice actor

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he does all kinds of media stuff and
he’s always told me the same thing that

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you know you should really do this

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that’s wonderful what happens it
received by your family and and by

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others once you told them that you were
gonna do voice acting as a career

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well my wife has always been very
supportive of me and and to be honest it

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you know whatever I decide to do

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she’s behind me one hundred percent but
she’s always believed in my ability to

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do this this job in and a year ago in
march of 2013

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you know we had kind of a tragic event
happened in our lives that kind of

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snowballs everything kind of pushed me
into this career little faster in the

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you know I had I had lost my job of 14
years she and I were working for the

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same university and just out of the blue
one day they decided to cut 20 of us and

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I was caught up in that cut and at you
know after 14 years in the same job I

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had no idea what i was going to do and
then that’s when I my wife looked me in

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the eyes and she said this is the this
is your opportunity do it now start your

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company and start doing voiceovers
full-time and you know when I decided to

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do that and i told my friends and in the
family that I have laughs what I was

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planning on doing they were they were
behind me one hundred percent so yeah I

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have a pretty good support group that’s
fantastic what kind of stuff inspires

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you

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not well this is going to sound cliché
but my wife inspires me because she’s

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you know she’s such a wonderful person
she’s my muse and I you know I’ve told

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her that since 1996 since we you know
the first day we met she’s been my muse

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she inspires me to do better she
inspires me to do the things that i do

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but seeing other people who who have
this like you I mean you decide to say

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this is my dream

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this is what I wanted to pursue and you
do it for so long you know for 14 years

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plus of my life you know I had dreams
that i never really pursued because I

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was afraid so the people who inspire me
are the people who say yeah I’m afraid

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but i don’t care i’m gonna do it anyway

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well well thank you very much for that
it’s definitely hard to to live your

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dreams even no matter how small how big
they are you know fears a is a powerful

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thing you can encompass entires person’s
life and push them down into depression

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whether that’s through other people or
really the hardest critic of themselves

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Bobby that’s wonderful to be inspired by
other people that that do what they want

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to do regardless if they are designed to
do it or set up to do it

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what steps did you take to get started
with the voice acting

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well the first thing i did you have
marched 2013 was to to see what it was

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that I needed to be successful at this
now I’m the kind of person that when I

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decide to do something I need to know
everything about it you know as quickly

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as possible and then fill in the gaps
where I need to later

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so what i did was i I got onto facebook
and and in LinkedIn and few other places

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and i started doing a lot of research on
the voice-over world and realized that

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voice acting is kind of above it’s a
broad term i mean there there are so

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many aspects to the voice-over world
that you would just boggle your mind

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there are commercial voiceovers
corporate voiceovers and audio books

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plus you know many other ones so the
first thing I did was I kind of tried to

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narrow it down to what I you know which
model life felt that I fit better

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I’ve always loved reading books I’ve
always been it ever since I was a little

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kid I’ve always been the type of person
that really just gets into books and I

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just live the books I’ve always acted
them out of my head so I thought I’m

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gonna give that a try because you know
Dave Smith the the author of the the

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first book that I narrated gave me a
shot and it was so much fun so what I

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did was I went to two acx i created the
profile and kind of beefed it up a

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little bit i recorded a few demos you
know just me reading books you know a

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few passages from books and posted them
on there and no lie within two days

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after doing that i got for book offers
so I decided that I i needed to do a

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little bit more research so I started
asking questions and you know a good

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takeaway from this is no matter what
your dream is don’t be afraid to ask

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questions

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I mean you met you may think they sound
stupid but they’re not stupid mean if

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it’s something that you don’t know find
out they’re definitely not so the google

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absolutely happen i don’t think it is i
I’ve I spent so much time on google just

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researching you know different aspects
of of audio sound you know reflection

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you know how to properly treat sound
treat a room as opposed to soundproofing

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two totally different things because
soundproofing is more like completely

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deadening a space as opposed to sound
treating which is what I’ve done I’ve

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treated in area in my home with
acoustical panels and and and other

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things the dead and sound so that i get
a cleaner sound so it’s just it’s it’s a

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slow process but it’s it’s really it’s
definitely worth it and to spend the

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time researching and help

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because your booth uh it’s my booth is
about I’d say four foot by four foot

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maybe and then you know sealing the
floor so about seven feet tall and you

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use air conditioning to keep it cool in
there and that’s the fun part now you

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know I since i live in arizona are our
air-conditioning system even if I shut

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it off it doesn’t stay off i mean the
fan is always running once about every

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15 minutes or so 45 minutes it runs so i
know i have to set the air conditioner

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off what I do before a recording session
has helped out turn the AC down low so

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that it gets really cold in my studio
and then when I go in there I shut the

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air conditioner off and then you know
usually get about four or five hours

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before it gets like a sauna in here

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wow that’s pretty its pretty long I
wouldn’t expect it to stay that cool for

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that long or you’re just hollering sit
higher and probably a little higher I

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have a have a temperature gauge and I
bring in here and usually by the time

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i’m ready to leave it sit in 90

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wow I mean I guess at that point well
that’s pretty good because you wouldn’t

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need to put a air conditioning unit in
the wall of the the studio right cut a

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hole in it and that’s your air
conditioner

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well did you hit a roblox when you when
it came time to do all this

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I did the the biggest the biggest
obstacle that that we faced was

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financial

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I mean because you know we went from two
solid in comes down to just her income

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and all the you know all this this
equipment costs so you know that the

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great thing about dreams is that it
opens you up to to be happy if you could

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actually pursue your dreams but the
downside to dreams as most dreams cost

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her her there there’s a price tag a you
know it so that was the that was kind of

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the biggest obstacle that that we faced
was too sick to come up with the funds

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to actually do this

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because there are so many people that
you’re competing with for the same job

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you have to sound better

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you can’t have echo you can’t have you
no extraneous noises on your on your

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audio track so it needs to be as clean
as possible so what that did was that

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forced me to be creative so I studied
how all these professionals were having

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you know they have professional boots so
I kind of studied the aspects of a booth

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and I design my own and instead of
costing me seven thousand dollars

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what I have here is probably almost as
good as a professional recording booth

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but it cost me less than five hundred
dollars

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wow that’s that’s awesome you know
that’s a that’s what dreamers are

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supposed to do though right right yeah
yeah I mean it’s just be creative

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necessity is the mother hood of creation
yes from the number that wording in my

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head again couldn’t remember exactly
right arm

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yeah and you know in in another another
obstacle is not knowing what I need to

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know I mean that’s I know what I need to
do I just don’t know how to do it so the

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time is kind of an obstacle because you
have to take the time to learn what you

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need

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yeah well that I mean that’s with
anything you just need the invite you

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know with the right amount of time you
can make anything happen as long as you

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have the drive to make that happen and
having the problem in the beginning is

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generally the best way to have it right

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how long would you say it took you to
overcome the the financial aspect of it

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we’re kinda still in the middle of it
really things are aiming things are a

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little bit better i have i have most of
the proper equipment that I need now so

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and that that took me i would say
probably a good part of $MONTH 2013 so

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it’s probably six maybe eight months to
overcome you know to get to the point

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where I could upgrade the equipment to
what I needed and then I you know I have

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a good friend who who helped me out with
the purchase my microphone and another

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good friend who out of the blue

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was upgrading his his mac and gave me
his his older one which I mean wasn’t

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that all I mean it’s that it’s 2011 i’m
a girl in it it’s got top-of-the-line

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stuff in it so those kind of things made
it a little bit easier while you know

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having friends helps absolutely having
friends who believe in you and at that

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point I started to I started to realize
you know in people actually do believe

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in me so that’s that’s a good thing

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yeah I mean it’s one thing to believe in
yourself but a whole nother to actually

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find people that do believe in you and
more than just friends that say they do

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right so what dreams do you have for the
future where you headed with all this

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well my dream is to get to the point
where yeah I’m supporting my family very

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very well on what I do because it’s what
I love to do and in my opinion there’s a

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few greater rewards in life than to them
to be able to say I’m i’m making a good

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living doing what I love you know i mean
it’s it’s just it’s too sad to think

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back and realize it for 14 years I was
in a job that was just kind of soul

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sucking so there’s in my opinion there’s
a difference between a job and a career

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so what where I see myself hopefully is
is you know i keep getting better at

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what I do and keep getting more
successful at what I do so that you know

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i can afford to to tell my wife you
don’t want you to be my full-time

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manager quit your job and let’s just
make this ago

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is there anything that hasn’t worked out
for you as far as all this goes um yeah

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kind of a and it’s it’s actually
something that I’m i’m going to be

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persistent within and still keep poking
at to try to get it to work but I’ve

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been trying to break into like
commercial voiceovers I’ve done I’ve

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done several commercial voiceovers but
smaller you know market commercials i

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would love to to be able to do you know
major national market commercials and i

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would love to break into animated voice
overs you know do cartoon voices and

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things now the money and the market is

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it’s definitely bigger i would i would
imagine though audibles uh it’s gotta be

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a pretty good thing I mean they got
commercials everywhere comradely so

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amazon has done something right I guess
yes they have arm so is there any last

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thoughts you’d like to share with our
audience

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well if you have a dream don’t give up
on it i mean the the world has a habit

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and in all too frequently where it were
to blame for this but the world has a

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habit of just taking your dreams and
crushing them just you know grinding

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them under their heels and the only way
they could happen is if we let it happen

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nobody or nothing at all can do anything
to you that you do not allow to happen

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so when I see people with their heads
hung low saying you know I wanted to do

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this I wanted to do that

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my question is why didn’t you do it i
mean what have you got to lose

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really you don’t i’m not saying quit
your job and you know if you want to be

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a if you want to be a major league
baseball player i’m not saying quit your

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job and go do it

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what I’m saying is take steps to do it
don’t give up

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yeah everything starts with step one and
recommend and even before that

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recognizes your steps and I mean it’s a
lot like you know you know recognizing

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that you have a problem you have to
recognize that you’re a dreamer and what

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you want to do and put it

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that’s exactly right figure out what the
steps are by doing the research put in

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the time in well thank you very much for
coming on now I really appreciate it and

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I look forward to having you on again at
some point well thanks a lot.joe OGG

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best of luck to you this that I think
this the idea of this podcast is is a

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great one

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I think you’re going to inspire a lot of
people and you know i’m here with you so

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whenever you need me let me know thank
you very much and i definitely will be

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contacting you constantly

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advice on this new venture now the
problem take care detail

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thank you for joining us for this
episode of the dreamers podcast

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follow us on twitter and dreamers
podcast join us on facebook at

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if you or someone you know would like to
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please send an email to j and j parr .
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parr . code

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my name is Elle and I’m Joyce and we’re
huge disneyland fans in fact we love the

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Disneyland Resort so much we host the
podcast dedicated to the happiest place

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on earth to share that passion with
others

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that’s right on our show tales from the
mouse house disneyland podcast we share

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current resort news some tips and tricks
we’ve learned over the years to help

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make your disneyland resort vacation the
most magical experience ever

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we uncover little-known and often
overlooked gems we like to call hidden

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treasures and even review the
attractions and places to eat that make

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the Disneyland Resort so much fun and if
that wasn’t enough we even share some

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video episodes to help keep you in that
disney magic state of mind if you’re a

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longtime fan of the disneyland resort or
you just recently discovered the magic

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this podcast is for you you can find
tales from the mouse house disneyland

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podcast at www.lnscaptioning.com and in
itunes and remember make it a Mickey day

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