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Entertainment Factor by Brian T. Lees

Two magicians do a show. At the end one audience leaves the show walking out like students changing classes at high school. The other comes out excited, talking about some of the "WOW" moments of the show. The difference between the two magicians is the entertainment factor.

You can have the best equipment, do the latest/greatest magic and still fail. The true unit of measure for magicians is the entertainment factor. That factor is controlled entirely by the audience. This text identifies elements that impact the entertainment factor.

  • The Entertainment Factor
  • Entertainment Factor Impacts
  • Typical Problem Areas
  • Take Nothing for Granted
  • Sources for Help
  • Catch yourself/Reverse Bad Habits
  • Wrapping it Up

1st edition 2016, 20 pages.
word count: 7450 which is equivalent to 29 standard pages of text

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