Category Archives: Business Advice

It’s What They Want, Not What You Have

A few weeks ago I was working on behalf of a company at a business exhibition, using my strolling magic to engage with visitors as they walked around the event. I am not selling anything directly, but my job is … Continue reading

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Magic’s Not Just Pulling Rabbits Out Of Hats

When you think of magic, naturally enough you probably think straight away of parties, dinners and generally of entertainment. And of course, the vast majority¬†of the work that¬†performers such as myself get involved in centres on using magic as an … Continue reading

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Getting The Customer Experience Right

Lights! Camera! Action! With studied concentration, yet attempting to look relaxed and natural, I looked straight into the camera lens and started to speak, following the words as they scrolled at an even pace on the auto cue in front … Continue reading

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I Think Therefore I Am

When you are self employed or have your own small business there are often a huge number of demands on your time. These demands are usually created by the day to day tasks that are caused by the way the … Continue reading

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Scheduling Spontaneity

Georgina El Morshdy (http://www.gemwriting.co.uk) is a talented copy writer who provides great content for websites, blogs and all other types of online and offline publicity. Recently I attended a meeting at which she gave a talk on how to create … Continue reading

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