I really enjoyed this presentation of hard facts. If you are not a numbers guy or if you do not want
to make magic pay it will not be very interesting, of course. All the others will take a lot out of
Now the question is, what's going to happen to the subscription? Will it just go out
of stock? Or can people like me, who joined the party too late, just keep it active and start with
lesson 1 (3 actually, 1&2 are free)?
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Congratulations on completing this amazing course. Having purchased all 103 I can't believe it's
actually completed. This lesson is another one I will convert to an MP3 so I can listen to it
repeatedly to truly get all the information. Also I now know that rental cars is an effective
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A groundbreaking project in magic teaching comes to an end with this final chapter covering in great
detail how you can take all the skills you have learned to make money in magic.
are covered and specifically how much they can pay is explained.
The Tarbell video series
is now where I send anyone wanting to learn magic.
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I would like to thank Dan Harlan for such a frank and sobering discussion about the business of
magic and where to actually find the money.
As Dan plunges through the levels of earnings
and where magicians seem to be clustering in the various markets, it was like a splash of cold water
in the face.
As a long time magician and someone just getting into performing shows, I
found this talk quite eye-opening.
It's helped me become more focused about the markets I
intend to develop to generate the reward I'm looking for.
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I have no doubt that Dan is a great source for information on what to charge for a given genre of
performance, but maybe there was too much information being poured out at once. I stopped and took
a couple of breaks and then did a rewind and went back to it. I wish I had this information 40
years ago when I was more actively performing for money, but now it is good information but more
than I can use. If you are starting out to be a full time performer or using magic to supplement
your income this will be good information to have to do that hardest of tasks, setting a price to
tell your perspective client.
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