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There's Something Extremely Satisfying About a Job Well Done

By Stephanie Ciccarelli

June 24, 2008

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Voice_Over_Experts_Logo.gifThis week, Lisa Rice is the featured lecturer on Voice Over Experts and I'd love to share her unique episode with you today on VOX Daily.

The topic Lisa chose to present is something that will help you with day to day business operations when working with your clients.

As Lisa says, there is something extremely satisfying about a job well done.

Join professional voice actor Lisa Rice as she discusses "A Job Well Done". Voicing a project as a voice over talent and knowing that your client is pleased is very important. Learn about how the role of communication has evolved and how crucial it is even after the finished audio files have been delivered. A little communication goes a long way for a job well done.

Download Podcast Episode 54

Podcast Episode

Links from today's show:

Lisa Rice Productions
Lisa Rice on Voices.com

Your Instructor this week:

Voice Over Talent Lisa Rice

Lisa RiceLisa Rice is an experienced communications professional. She landed her first radio job as a disc jockey at eighteen. Then, an announcer/producer stint with Trans World Radio took her to Guam. After graduating college with a degree in Communications, she began producing, writing, and directing. Her one-on-one interviews have extended from the White House and Capitol Hill to Nashville.

Other experience includes on-camera work, print modeling, sales, marketing, and motivational speaking.

Voice work has been Lisa's passion since she first discovered the thrill of recording - when the red button is on, so is she! Her voice-over work includes customers and organizations from a wide range of business and corporate levels as well as advertising and marketing agencies, radio and television stations, non-profit groups and ministries. While voice work has been a mainstay, her production experience helps meet the expectations that accompany results-oriented, deadline-driven production work - she knows that your time is as valuable as your project.

What do you think of Lisa's episode? Leave a comment with your thoughts!

Looking forward to hearing from you,


P.S. If you want to hear more of these expert podcasts, visit the Voice Over Experts website to listen and subscribe for free through iTunes.

Related Topics: Lisa Rice, podcast, radio, voice actors, voice over experts, voice over work, voice talents


    Hi Stephanie

    I found Lisa's Podcast very interesting and informative. Thanks, Lisa!

    Chet Kelley

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    • Chet Kelley
    • June 25, 2008 1:14 PM

      Hi Chet,

      I'm glad you enjoyed Lisa's podcast. Thank you very much for your comment :)

      Have a great week,


      Posted by:

        Nice post, Lisa! It continues to be a pleasure serving as your working pro level private coach.

        Meanwhile - for any of you who hear some lovely reads out there on natn'l TV spots for Levelor - that's our Lisa!

        (hey, someone's gotta get out there and brag on your fabulous self!)

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