by Bill DeWees on October 18, 2011

Are you asking yourself the right questions in your voice over business? The quality of your questions will determine the quality of your decisions . . . which ultimately determine the quality of your results.

The question is simple . . . but profound. Check out the video to learn more.

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Who Is Bill DeWees and

Bill DeWees is a professional voice over talent and voice over coach. Bill's voice over credits inlude Warner Bros, Microsoft, Dell, National Geographic, AstraZeneca, Whirlpool, Quicken and many more household names both globally and across the US.

Bill's website provides valuable voice over training including techniques to record better voice overs, strategies to close more voice over jobs and step by step methods to build a voice over career and business.

Bill DeWees delivers his own style of voice over training through a range of engaging online courses, live workshops, events and personal one on one coaching sharing all his secrets from his own 6-figure voice over business to help you build yours. To connect with Bill or get additional information visit

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Joe October 20, 2011 at 11:30 am

Fantastic video Bill. Did you study diction or is it just natural for you?


Bill Dewees October 20, 2011 at 1:11 pm

Thanks Joe…It’s funny, because when I was hired for my first radio job (many years ago), my program director told me he thought I “talked funny” and he wasn’t sure he should have hired me. I think it was a regional dialect thing. I’ve had to work hard to neutralize as much as possible (though it will never completely leave)


Jan Anderson October 18, 2011 at 3:51 pm

This was VERY helpful, Bill!! It is a topic that I struggle with on a daily basis and your insight will definitely help me get through the “mind games” of seeking the “correct” compensation per job/day. Thank You!!



Bill Dewees October 20, 2011 at 1:12 pm

Thanks Jan….keep me update on your progress!


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