One of the awesome things about the industry we're in is that no two projects are ever the same. One week pg may get a writing assignment for a non-profit. The next we may be asked to put together a crew for a broadcast shoot. The one thing I've learned during the years of being a Creative Director, Writer, Producer, and Voice Over Artist is that the expected twists and turns that may happen during a project give you confidence if you've dealt with similar experiences in the past. Where you truly grow though in this industry is the unexpected. A complete course re-shift on how to approach a video edit, providing a faster read on a VO record because extra copy has been added at the 11th hour and you need to squeeze this information to fit that :60 TRT. Most importantly though…always be positive. Shoots will go over, sessions may be extended past the scheduled time, and you may have a bit of difficulty delivering a line just how the client wants it. Always give 110%, and never let em see ya sweat.