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Is Your Business Ready For 2011?


By Stephanie Ciccarelli

December 16, 2010

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Bobbin BeamAre you ready for the new year?

Bobbin Beam shares ideas for making plans and preparations that will jump start your new year in a big way while everyone else is spending the last two weeks of the year relaxing.

I thought you'd enjoy receiving this one-of-a-kind podcast from Voice Over Experts via VOX Daily. Listen in to learn tips for communicating with current and past clients, relationship building, saving time, creating value and being different and unique.

Get your business into shape before the New Year with inspiration from Bobbin Beam.

Download Podcast Episode 121 »

What Are You Doing To Prepare?

Bobbin Beam has given us some great ideas to consider implementing before the clock strikes midnight on January 1st, 2011.

What are you doing to prepare?

Whether you have comments to add about the podcast or ideas to share with all of us, I'm looking forward to hearing from you! Be sure to submit a comment or reply via email to your VOX Daily mailing.

Best wishes,


Related Topics: 2011, Bobbin Beam, business, communication, new year, preparation, voice talent


    ...thanks, Bobbin, for your professional insight, encouragement and empowerment. Any one of these 'nuggets' is a springboard to a deeper, more satisfying career. Ok--gotta go...gotta update my demos...

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      Such wonderful advice, Bobbin, offered up with sincerity and genuine compassion. Loved listening to you share your thoughts and insights about deepening relationships through gratitude. Thanks for being you and sharing your ideas!

      Posted by:

        Hi, Bobbin.

        Great motivational pod, thank you, and that energy comes through on your web demos, including the on-holds! Stephanie asks what are others doing? Here - recording eight new demos for the Voices.com site, getting ready to talk with the new Kelly Matthews, booking more coaching... and seeing friends face to face because this can so easily become a solitary profession.

        Anyone read E.M. Forster, The Machine Stops?

        Howard Ellison, Devon UK.

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        • Howard Ellison
        • December 17, 2010 12:38 PM

          Relaxing? What is THAT?? lol. Advantages to having a home studio are ...sleep in, no rush hour traffic, run errands when we wish.

          Disadvantage: The office is so close and there is always so much to do. Resulting in us working alllll the time!!!! looking forward to listening to this.

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            Great Podcast!
            I have been writing out my goals, and I'm making a vision board as we speak. Already made a date to clean my apartment/studio. Definitely grateful for everything. Should update the demo tho....
            2011 will be the best year yet! Bring it on:)

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              Thanks, Bobbin for laying it all out there!
              Good solid advice for us all.
              I always hate the term "New Years resolution."
              I like to just lay out some obtainable "goals"... and maybe some not so easily obtainable but well worth trying. I may not reach them all next year but they'll carry over to the following year with a positive outlook toward them.

              Your message will help keep me organized! I always need some help with that!

              Happy Holidays!

              Posted by:

                Wife and daughter on a quick jaunt to Barcelona, I grabbed the bachelor-and-baked-beans time here in UK to put together fresh demos for Voices.com using my nice new Twisted Wave editing software. Bug-eyed, but it's done, done! Before a Job comes through this evening, I'd better feed the cat and Hoover the house.

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