Yesterday, I have a friend who has been constantly listening to podcasts, reading e-books, and consuming loads of knowledge yet he hasn't been able to improve.
Why do I do magic? what is magic? are the single two most important questions to answer if you are looking to become a magician. It is the purpose that drives and motivates us to do what we do and why we work so hard on it. So I'd like to share in as much detail but yet concise on why I do what we do.
Remembering names is difficult. we've all said that and heard that before. I'm not sure how I came about this, but I believe I invented this technique to help me remember names when I meet them for the first time. It builds rapport with the group and your magic becomes stronger because of it. We will use an example of 4.
For many years now, I've had amazing success performing for corporate events all over BC year after year. If you are in the corporate workforce, you'll see that organizers are scrambling for different things to spice up their staff party or find unique ways to entertain your clients.
Years ago I watched a famous magician on DVD teaching the 4 basic steps to mastery and I really took it to heart. These days with youtube, and online media, Magic tricks are taught online and amateur magicians that call themselves professional are popping up left and right. Here are the four steps to mastery in each particular effect. When you realize that you need to apply this to hundreds of routines, and possibly any skill, you will notice how much work really goes into being a magician.
Hello, for over 2 years now I have been working at the Boston Pizza Big Bend location every Sunday entertaining the patrons. I have learned a few things of value on how to work on these restaurants, and why family restaurant owners should consider magicians for entertainment purposes and I would like to share them here:
Cheaper magicians stack jobs one after another and will rush off after your event