or Wizards, Experts and Readers of Tea Leaves
The recent announcement that Cher was to embark on a grand tour has her fans scrambling for tickets to be there in the front row on what could be her final go 'round. That's yet to be determined. One of her classic hits from the early 70s, Gypsies, Tramps and Thieves,
made me think about all the negative discussion I've seen in the past year or two about what some in the voiceover industry might label as
I grew up with a dad that didn't trust anyone. He was always looking on the bad side of people believing that everyone had thieving ulterior motives. He was not a trusting man. It was difficult for me growing up not to absorb some of the philosophy and I thought it was true most of my younger life. But, as I age, it can't help observe that most of the people I've come across in my career are pretty genuine. Most of them really want to do good things, but that addictive, dirty, physical thing called money too often clouds their “do good” vision.