Moniece Robinson Voice Talent wants to celebrate 1 year of newsletter writing with gratitude.
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Inside this issue:
  • Anniversary Edition 
  • I Am Represented 
  • ToonedIn       
  • Pay It Forward      
  • Success              
  • About me         
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Anniversary Edition!

Can you believe this newsletter has been around for one full year?!?!?!? It seems I just started writing this not too long ago but I look at that first issue about gratitude and thought this is the perfect time to revisit this theme.

So much has happened in the past twelve months. I’ve meet, learned from and worked with some great, inspiring people that fuel me to grow as a person and a business.

In honor of this celebratory issue, I’ve decided to do a longer issue packed with more fun, gratitude, and, of course, updates about what’s been happening in my world.

Let me start this off with a few thank yous. Thank you all my old friends and family that have supported me as I journey through life unconventionally. Thank you to all my new friends and acquaintances, I hope to stay connected and get to know you better. Thank you to all my customers, for choosing to and continuing to work with me. Thank you to my agent for seeing something in me. You are all the very best and really appreciate every one of you. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!!!

As always, I hope that this serves as a pleasant break from your day to day and adds a little joy.

I Am Represented!

Its official, I have an agent! Back in April 2013, I signed with Take 2 Productions based in Portland and Eugene Oregon.

Take 2 Productions is a full service agency representing Voice Talent, Models, and Actors. They have worked on such notable projects as NBCs Grimm, Broyhill Furniture, Syfy’s Ghost Mine, Verizon wireless and many more.

I am excited to be working with Take 2 and look forward to a long and successful relationship.
Take 2 Productions
Phone: 541-870-7474


Back in May 2013, I attended a workshop in Orlando, FL lead by the creative and talented Stevie Vallance. I never knew that I could learn so much in only one day and for that I am forever grateful.

For those you that don’t recognize her name, let me list a few characters that you may know: Share Bear (Care Bears), Party Popple, Genevieve and Miss Clave (Madeline), and Gnat (Growing Up Creepie), to name a few.

I learned that the only limits set upon me are my own and she helped me to move outside of those imaginary walls and be a kid again.

Sometimes we forget that, as adults, it is still important to free ourselves and be impulsive, imaginative, and laugh in new and positive way.

I hope that you find a moment to take a break from adulthood and embrace your inner child. You may find a new perspective that helps push past your perceived limits!

Visit Stevie’s website at

All About Celebrating Food in the USA

I was inspired to add this article by National Donut Day which is on the first Friday of June. This year so many people I know got excited about donut day, I thought I would share some tasty American National Holidays that you may want to add to your celebration list:

National Hamburger Day –December 21

World Vegetarian Day –October 1

National Pie Day- January 23

National French Fry Day – July 13

National Macaroon Day – May 31

National Ice Cream Day – July 18

National Chocolate Day- October 28

55 Generous Drive-Thru Customers 'Pay It Forward' At Donut Shop In Massachusetts

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A donut shop in Amesbury, Mass., witnessed an incredible string of customers "paying it forward" -- and forward, and forward, and forward.

A total of 55 customers came through Heav'nly Donuts' drive-thru on Saturday offering to pay the bill of the person behind them, CBS Boston affiliate WBZ reported.

The chain of generosity began after a stranger paid for Eileen Taylor's drink on Friday. When she went back the next day committed to do the same for someone else, she started a trend.

“After that it was like, oh we’re three cars deep, four cars deep, and after about the 15th car I started letting the customers know, ‘Hey, we’re 17 cars in, you can either keep it going or you can take your coffee and go. Either way it’s your choice,’” a Heav'nly Donuts clerk told the station.

Wendy Clement, the shop's manager, told the Christian Post that the chain eventually ended an hour and a half later -– but only because no one else was in line.

“It was fantastic,” Clement added. “The generosity was unbelievable.”


True Secret to Success (It's Not What You Think)

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I'm utterly convinced that the key to lifelong success is the regular exercise of a single emotional muscle: gratitude.

People who approach life with a sense of gratitude are constantly aware of what's wonderful in their life. Because they enjoy the fruits of their successes, they seek out more success. And when things don't go as planned, people who are grateful can put failure into perspective.

By contrast, people who lack gratitude are never truly happy. If they succeed at a task, they don't enjoy it. For them, a string of successes is like trying to fill a bucket with a huge leak in the bottom. And failure invariably makes them bitter, angry, and discouraged.

Therefore, if you want to be successful, you need to feel more gratitude. Fortunately, gratitude, like most emotions, is like a muscle: The more you use it, the stronger and more resilient it becomes.

Practice Nightly

The best time to exercise gratitude is just before bed. Take out your tablet (electronic or otherwise) and record the events of the day that created positive emotions, either in you or in those around you.
Did you help somebody solve a problem? Write it down. Did you connect with a colleague or friend? Write it down. Did you make somebody smile? Write it down.

What you're doing is "programming your brain" to view your day more positively. You're throwing mental focus on what worked well, and shrugging off what didn't. As a result, you'll sleep better, and you'll wake up more refreshed.

Reprogramming Your Brain

More important, you're also programming your brain to notice even more reasons to feel gratitude. You'll quickly discover that even a "bad day" is full of moments that are worthy of gratitude. Success becomes sweeter; failure, less sour.

The more regularly you practice this exercise, the stronger its effects.

Over time, your "gratitude muscle" will become so strong that you'll attract more success into your life, not to mention greater numbers of successful (i.e., grateful) people. You'll also find yourself thanking people more often. That's good for you and for them, too.

This method works. If you don't believe me, try it for at least a week. You'll be amazed at what a huge difference it makes.
Moniece is a professional voice talent ready to provide quality voiceovers for all your voice needs. She has experience in a variety of voiceover genres including iOS apps, phone systems, radio/tv commercials, narration, audiobooks and so much more!

She also loves art, running, yoga, music, being silly, family and nature. Contact Moniece Robinson today for an audition or quotation!
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