Month: October 2017

Bill DeWees: How to start and build a 6 figure voice over business

Our special guest is Bill DeWees. author of the book How to Start and Build a 6 Figure Voice Over Business: Set Your VO Career On Fire. Bill has recorded thousands of radio & television commercials, narrations, learning/training programs, & audiobooks for a global audience. Believable is the first word that comes to most client’s minds when describing Bill’s voice. Trustworthy, Sincere, Authoritative, Friendly, Fresh, Powerful, Energetic, and Relatable are also accurate adjectives. Bill DeWees has been in the voice over business for more than 30 years, having recorded thousands of commercials, industrials, narrations, training videos, Internet videos, TV projects, educational scripts, IVR promotions, and other projects. As a voice professional, he wants his clients to think of him as the partner down the hall, that will deliver your voice over the way you want it, because to him, it’s about exceeding your expectations.

If you are looking for a relatable, friendly voice for your next campaign, click the link in Contact information above, explore his profile and you too can have the “voice of the world” for your next campaign. For booking information, email Bill at: , call 815-520-3699 or check out

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Someone once described Bill as ‘the voice of the world.’ While John Cusack was the voice of the Chevrolet brand in America, he was the voice of Chevrolet’s Find New Roads world campaign. Bill has done voice work for some of the largest and best-known brands in the world. From Disney, Coca-Cola, Google, Microsoft and Warner Brother studios, to many of the Fortune 500’s, he is the voice behind the product. Want to hear him in action, check out his Contact Info, there’s a YouTube link. From commercials to narration, to explainer and training videos, one of his biggest niche markets is technical voice work. Bill makes the intimidating sound not so intimidating and the technical sound not so technical. His ability to create a trustworthy sound isn’t by accident. Bill has been a college professor, a business consultant, and a business coach. He’s also worked for an Instructional Design firm creating training for Fortune 500 clients.

Bill’s voice over and voice credits include working for the following companies: Disney, Coca-Cola, Google, Microsoft, American Express, DreamWorks, Pizza Hut, Sears, Whirlpool, NBC Universal, Warner Brothers, National Geographic, Pepsi, Frito Lay, Shell, Pitney Bowes, Tiffany & Co., PGA Tour, Adidas, TD Ameritrade, Safeco, Dell, Lowe’s, Exxon Mobil, Motorola, Toro, Oracle, Land O’ Lakes, Butterball, Best Buy, LG, Hitachi, Carlson Hotels, Morgan Stanley, Avaya, Time Warner, Makita, Carnival Cruise Lines, Dagedar Racers, Purina, UBS Financial, Rosetta Stone, Dannon, Volkswagen, Arm & Hammer, Syngenta, Bayer, Elanco, QVC, Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Pep Boys, Liberty Mutual, Unilever, Ramada, Nikon, Wells Fargo, Lenovo, Husqvarna, Bosch, Scripps Health, Professional Bullriders Association, HP, Prudential, CSG International, FILA, Hospira, Phillips, Cheesecake Factory, Sony, Eli Lily, FEMA, Walmart, Aramark, AAA, Symantec, McCulloch, Holcim, VMWaren, Accenture, Simon & Schuster, Nokia, BIC, Wahl, SPX,,, Enterprise, U.S. Dept of Education, IBM, Amgen, Tyco, Billy Graham Association, Intuit, Big Lots, SAP, PBS, CDM, Smith Underwriter’s Laboratory, Renault, Perry Ellis, PwC, Circle K, Strayer University, Dominos Pizza, CSX, Highlights for Children, ADT, and Ericsson.

This is by no means a complete list.

The adventure of a generous life

Our special guest is Kim King, author of the book When Women Give: The Adventure of a Generous Life. Kim is a member of the leadership team of Women Doing Well Initiatives, Inc., an affiliate of Generous Living, which provides education and tools for women to facilitate generosity. She previously served as an attorney and manager in the law department of Exxon Mobil Corporation for over thirty years, and she continues to privately practice assisting nonprofits and the under-served. Kim is passionate about helping women fulfill their purpose to the glory of God. She has served on the boards of various ministries and organizations, including Hope International, the National Christian Foundation-Houston, and the Women’s Council of InterVarsity. She loves to learn, write, and teach, and she has been featured as a keynote speaker at events around the country. She lives in Houston.

Women are entrepreneurs, highly paid professionals, and leaders in business. Many of us have skills to give. We are marrying later. Many of us have time to give. Women are also likely to manage the family money for a significant portion of their lives. Many of us have money to give. When Kim King, a former corporate lawyer, began her own giving journey she found herself short on resources that would guide her along the way. She faced many questions:

How much do I give? How do I find good organizations that are efficient and effective? What are some of the common methods of giving? How do I find others to join me on this journey? Most of all, she was eager to root all of her decisions in a biblical framework. When Women Give is filled with practical advice and stories to foster growth in giving at any and every level. Kim shares openly from her own story, both from her perspective as a donor and from serving on the boards of several Christian nonprofits. If you want to be a wise steward of what you’ve been given, then this book is for you. Visit Kim’s website at

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The power of breaking routine to kickstart your faith

Our special guest is Sam Van Eman, the author of Disruptive Discipleship: The Power of Breaking Routine to Kickstart Your Faith. Sam is a resource specialist for the CCO’s Experiential Designs team, where he co-creates transformational experiences for college students, professionals, and organizations. He is the author of On Earth as It Is in Advertising? Moving from Commercial Hype to Gospel Hope. As a public speaker and facilitator, Sam has taught (and played) in barns and boardrooms, canyons, classrooms, and auditoriums. His years on campus resulted in numerous Christian Service awards for his student leaders and a Greek Life brotherhood award named in his honor. He has contributed to PRISM Magazine, the Center for Parent/Youth Understanding, Christianity Today’s Faith in the Workplace, and was highlighted in the decade’s best at Catapult Magazine. He lives with his wife and daughters in central Pennsylvania.

Sometimes in the Christian life we get stuck. Something seems off, and we don’t know why. We may not even notice it at first. But we feel like God is far from our daily lives, or we lose hope for the future, or we don’t treat others in loving ways. What can we do? Sam Van Eman has found that our spiritual lives need disruptive experiences, which can jolt and reorient us for greater spiritual maturity. Out-of-the-ordinary activities such as a wilderness adventure or an international service trip can challenge our assumptions and give us space to consider new perspectives. And when we intentionally choose to pursue designed experiences, we stretch our faith in new and unexpected ways. Filled with concrete examples of how ordinary people are shaped by disruptive experiences, this book provides a path to deeper faith on purpose. Jesus disrupted his disciples with invitations to get out of their boats, leave their nets, and follow him. Have courage, and discover what those kinds of disruptions might look like for you.