Episode 7 – Real Talk about Working on Relationships with Michelle Ann Owens

Michelle Ann Owens is a talk host, digital audio producer and editor, voiceover talent, session vocalist, songwriter and businesswoman with a 15+-year entertainment industry background. She’s worked on stage, on camera, in the studio, and in a corner office as head of new business development for several different agencies. She’s not just a creative talent, but with 15+ years of sales and marketing experience, is also passionate about business collaboration with her vendors and partners.

One of Michelle’s biggest creative assets is her deep background in music, via original song placements, television & film music & vocal credits including The Apprentice, CSI: Miami, America’s Next Top Model, Jersey Shore and many others. She’s recorded session vocals with as well as shared the stage with music legends from The Doors, Quiet Riot, Deep Purple, Yes, Pink Floyd, AC/DC, The Monkees and Bad Company.

Michelle has earned both an LA Music Award for her original project Ladyfox and a Billboard Songwriting Award for her original soulful, rock & blues-based music & vocals. 

Michelle began training in voiceover acting in 2004.  Four years ago, she was chosen as the host and producer for several ongoing international, membership-based podcast series. Hosting and producing literally hundreds of series prompted her to create her own show, Nothing Off LimitsTM, which was launched in June 2016.

In this hilarious and honest conversation with Michelle, we cover the following topics:

  • How working on relationships does take two after all
  •  Taking your time in searching for and/or cultivating a relationship
  • Why we keep going back to a person even when deal breakers are present

To find out more about Michelle and her performing/entertaining services:

Last but not least, if you want support around relationships, healthy dating, breaking patterns, click HERE to find out more about my Donation Based Coaching Services!

 

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