3 Books That Changed Us
In this episode Ryan Joyce and Graeme Reed talk about Art of Magic Exhibit, Forbes Houdini Article, AGT & 3 Magic Books That Changed our Careers.
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Video Clip of Week: Greg Frewin
*New AGO exhibit: *illusions: The Art of Magic*, takes visitors back to the golden age of magic, when the likes of Harry Houdini and The Incomparable Albini were considered household names.
Talks - women in magic - Adelaide Herman
Forbes: What The Great Houdini Can Teach Us About Selling
AGT Champions Finale
The Avengers Of Magic Hit AGT The Champions Finale Tonight
Reddit Drama with “What’s the best trick you’ve learned for free on YouTube?”
Did you watch the Houdini series with Adrian Brody?
What do you think of the idea of a Doug Henning Documentary?
Blackpool happened this weekend!
- Blackpool is the largest magic convention in the world
- Criss Angel is confirmed for 2021
Magic Sound Clip of the Week: Bernardo (New Material)
How to know when to approach people while eating at a restaurant?
Some people can act like they're having fun and then quick snap, also others tell me to come back.. I understand people came to sit down and eat and visit. What are some tips to avoid disrupting people vs. Interjecting a entertaining? (Posted by u/apollo_sage)
Kingston Magic Theatre asks:
"For myself and others who are interested in learning how would one go about targeting a specific demographic?
3 tips for Booking More Shows
- Stand out with a unique brand
- Focus 1-3 Social Media Platforms
- Define your target audience
Why does Penn like writing his first fiction book AND what magician he included in the book?- (47)
3 Books That Changed our Magic Careers
- Illustrated Magic - Ottokar Fischer
- Penn & Teller: How to Play in Traffic - Penn Jillette & Teller
- Foundations - Eberhard Riese
- The Art of Astonishment Vol 1 - Paul Harris
- Show Doctor - Jeff McBride
- Vortex - Tom Stone
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