On paper it sounded so easy.
“You have been hired to record the voices of five different guys for a new interactive game.”
After I had signed a contract and a comprehensive non-disclosure agreement, I took a moment to reflect on what I had gotten myself into.
I had wanted to break into this segment of the voice-over market, but there were at least three minor complications with this assignment.
One: I had to play all five characters.
Two: These guys were supposed to be teenagers.
Three: I am 49 years old.
As soon as I signed the papers, I started having second thoughts. Could I pull this one off? Was I really the right person for this project? Who was I kidding?
All along I have been telling you never to accept a job you think you can’t handle. Why did I choose to ignore my own advice?
Then there was this.