On today’s episode, I talk about what I’ve been doing for the past two weeks, and I share the story about how I came up with my company name.
Mentioned in this episode
Source Connect https://source-elements.com/products/source-connect
May has been a very busy month for me.
My new website launched Thursday, May 21. Thank you Alex Sanchez and voiceactorwebsites.com. Also, thank you Brad Newman at Upper Level Hosting for guiding me through the tech pieces that go into changing websites. Everything looks great, and I’m really happy with how things turned out. Thank you again Alex and Brad!
The last two weeks have been filled with plenty of activity. I’m still adjusting to being able to focus on my voiceover business full-time. My husband is doing a great job helping with the kids so I can audition and direct-market to potential clients.
I really love what I’m doing with my voiceover business and the podcast. I’ve met so many people because of both. It’s been such a great experience. My guests are amazing, and I love to hear how they use their voices. Plus, their network of supporters has liked, commented on, or shared the podcast across several social media platforms. I appreciate the engagement, and it’s fun to watch my podcast touch lives.
Throughout the month, I’ve met and connected with a number of voice actors too. One has even become a medical narration workout buddy. Time zones are tricky, but the practice is helping me stay sharp and get better.
Every other week, I meet with my voice actor accountability buddies. A hot topic that came up last week was Source Connect. I’m giving more serious thought to getting connected. Tim Keenan’s webinar helped.
My husband is updating his resume and LinkedIn profile. He will be searching for a job soon.
I came up with my company name 3 years ago before I knew about the voiceover industry. Looking back on it, it was a small miracle.
Using my identity as a pharmacist in my business was important to me. Having the word “Pharmacist” in my company title was important.
I knew I wanted to use my “voice” to do something. I put the words “Pharmacist” and “Voice” together, and the name “The Pharmacist’s Voice” organically came about.
Using my voice is very important. Having a voice is so very important. My husband and I have a 17-year-old non-verbal son with autism. We are his voice. I know how important it is to have a voice, and I want to communicate important messages.
I can use my voice in the spoken word or in the written word. My company name is versatile. I absolutely love it, and it is very personal as well. I feel very blessed and very thankful to have the company name The Pharmacist’s Voice. I can combine my voice and my identity as a pharmacist to do work that I love. My work allows me to support my husband from home and raise our children in the unique way they need to be raised.
The Pharmacist’s Voice Podcast has listeners in 37 US states and 21 countries.
The next solo episode is June 12, 2020.