MoneyLife Wade Myers

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MoneyLife Wade Myers 
This script will be used to tell a cinematic story. Each story will feature "ken burns" style photos and videos representing the script. The voice should be a great storyteller. Story should be told very dramatically emphasizing all the action unfolding within. I want to feel how engaged you are as the storyteller. The victories should feel triumphant and the tragedies should be disastrous. When you think you are being too dramatic go even further. The soundtrack will be film score that directly matches the tone and feel of the script and voice. It will also feature subtle sound effects supporting the story.

Andreanna - Ann-dree-onna

Mennonite - Men-none-ight 
2012-11-29 14:24:34 GMT
2012-12-01 17:00:00 (GMT -05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada) 
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Project Parameters

The Voice Actor should be located in:
Fixed - USD 200
1 Page
English - USA and Canada
Young Adult Male OR Middle Age Female OR Middle Age Male OR Senior Female OR Senior Male
• Audio files must be delivered via email OR
• Audio files must be delivered via FTP/Dropbox/Google Drive/cloud
• Deliver edited and finished voice tracks AND
• Provide voice direction
Not defined
The voice seeker is willing to hire either union or non-union talents for this project

Script Details

***please submit custom audition*** 
Wade and Andreanna Myers are different. Most parents want their children to get a stable job with a growing company, and a generous salary with great benefits. However, the Myers hope their children don’t have jobs at all.

You see, Wade and Andreanna believe the key to long-term success and financial freedom lies in entrepreneurship. They believe in creating business opportunities, instead of punching a time clock.

Wade came from a Mennonite community in North Carolina and actually grew up without running water or electricity. Life was certainly simple but not without opportunities.

At nine years old Wade began going door-to-door selling everything from christmas trees to lightbulbs and by the time he was in college he was juggling several jobs at once to pay his way. But long before he earned an MBA from Harvard, Wade earned his stripes as a businessman the old-fashioned way. He has co-founded, invested in, and been a director of over twenty-five different companies and has been CEO of five of those.

Now as the parents of five, Wade and Andreanna Myers are teaching their children the skills to be self-employed.

Adam, age 11, sold more than four thousand dollars worth of popcorn in just 20 days! And through wristband sales and a carnival he organized, Adam was able to donate more than a thousand dollars to the Make-a-Wish Foundation.

And at a recent garage sale, the Myers’ 6-year old daughter Sophia was able to earn more money manning a refreshment stand than the family made from the sale itself.

Wade says, “While most kids don’t know how to manage money, even fewer know how to make money. You have to make money before you can manage it.”

While these results are impressive, Wade believes the most important thing is to keep the conversation going. Talk to your kids about financial choices, and ways they can make money with activities they enjoy. Then take the time to talk about the results and help them invest their proceeds for additional investment return.

Wade and Andreanna’s kids are learning to be creative and see business opportunities all around them. And they’re also seeing the true value of hard work—And since they can earn double, triple, or even ten times that amount with their own start-up, they’ll be hard-pressed to settle for just a job. 
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