The pandemic has resulted in a lot of people losing jobs, or being asked to take on new responsibilities. And even without a global health crisis, sometimes we can all feel overwhelmed and burned out by the demands of our Continue reading How to Stay Relevant (and Sane) in Hard Times
I’m celebrating the release of my first audiobook narration, Black Sails, White Rabbits; Cancer Was The Easy Part, by holding a raffle! If you’d like to win a FREE copy of this audiobook, just make a comment on this post including your real name Continue reading May Contest! Win a Copy of My New Audiobook “Black Sails White Rabbits”
My schedule these days is busy enough that I’m not always able to take part in the weekly eLearning Challenge over on the Articulate Forums. But there have been a couple recently I couldn’t resist as a voiceover artist. For one Continue reading Delivering Your Information With a Fun Soundboard
Admit it. Sometimes nice, bland characters aren’t all that interesting or engaging. I’ve been an actor for more than 30 years, and I’m a character actor, which means I don’t play those handsome, kind-hearted “leading man” roles. I play the offbeat Continue reading My New Interactive Sample Teaches Grammar With Humor
Okay, I need some input from you folks: I’m working on my next quarterly newsletter. I see from my MailChimp report that a decent number of you are opening my newsletters, which is great, as I do put a lot Continue reading Your Input Needed for Upcoming Blog Post and Newsletter Topics
My client Green Mountain Coffee Roasters recently flew me out to Seattle to teach another session of my full-day eLearning Voiceovers class for their Sumner, WA site. This is the third site I’ve visited for GMCR so far, and once Continue reading I Brought My Full-Day eLearning Voiceovers Bootcamp to the West Coast!
Here’s some basic advice about tools that I always share with my students in the eLearning voiceovers classes I teach: For recording your eLearning voiceovers, don’t waste your time and money on a headset microphone. It may seem more convenient, Continue reading eLearning Voiceovers Tips on Basic Audio Equipment
I’m brewing up some more teaching and coaching: One of my clients is flying me down to their Knoxville, TN office this week, where I will provide some one-on-one Presentation Skills coaching to executives, and also lead my full-day “How Continue reading Teaching and Coaching in Knoxville, TN
Professor Kevin Werbach’s excellent Coursera offering on Gamification concluded last week, and I have just received my Verified Certificate of completion. I wrote a blog post about my experience with the course, and since that post, I participated in the Continue reading I Received My Verified Certificate in Gamification
On Tuesday, May 14th, I gave my talk Giving Voice to Your eLearning at a Manhattan meeting of ASTDNY’s eLearning Special Interest Group, for a fun and appreciative audience. My thanks to SIG co-chairs Enid Crystal and John Galto for inviting Continue reading My Giving Voice to Your eLearning Talk at ASTDNY Was a Hit!