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my new career path. - February 12th 2010, 01:38 AM

I've kinda decided on doing this after i get out of college.
I am going to become a professional magician.
I'm in the works of making a few stage routines and i have a couple street/close-up routines i could do.
plus I'm working on 2 tricks i made myself.

Its kinda of a stupid idea leaving the business major to become a magician. but its one of my dreams to do.
   
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Re: my new career path. - February 12th 2010, 03:31 AM

You could do both, be a magician and go for business. If you're good enough, you may be able to connect them both and make it big. I used to be into some magic myself, no grand illusions or anything, only things such as card tricks, coin tricks, hankerchief tricks, etc... . I stopped with it though and one of the problems I found, which will happen to you is people know how many tricks are done, either through intelligence or because there are many people who reveal how to do the tricks (i.e. the masked magician on TV and the enormous YouTube population doing this). Just something I'd keep in mind if you want to have it as a career.
   
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Re: my new career path. - February 12th 2010, 05:56 PM

Actually, having a background in business could be a good thing. As a performer, there is alot on the business side that you would need to know, not to mention if you have some background in promotional work that could be very helpful.
   
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Re: my new career path. - February 12th 2010, 10:45 PM

@ !!!YOU'RE$NUCKING$FUTZ!!!. i could do both that is why i am going to do it after my business degree. plus people could learn the stuff for free from the internet. but that is why i do stuff a lot of people don't know or its hard to find on the net.

@ BigBL87. You are correct. i am good at promotional work and other stuff involving business. but after my business degree i am going to pursue my magic career.
   
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