Yes, magic can be a tricky business. You learn some great routines and eventually build a good show. You're booking steady gigs and have some early success. But at some point, you decide it’s time to ramp it up and go for the gold.
You make the decision to go all-in, but unfortunately, this is where many artists get stuck. You've reached a plateau in earnings capacity, and business growth has all but stopped. Your inconsistent income and growing business expenses keep you in a constant state of stress, worry, and frustration.
You eventually get to a point where it's no longer about providing great entertainment because you're spending all of your time and energy on basic financial survival.
Having a solid game plan points you in the right direction, but executing at a high level is the real key.
By continuously developing both your artistic and professional skills, your business will grow to the point where your show business success is no longer a pipe dream, but a constant reality.
Without a plan, you can forget setting goals. If you decide to skip the development phase, then don't even waste time on a business plan. Seriously, if you don't plan to improve, then why set goals?
I was the guy working restaurants doing table magic for six hours a night making only $75. On a busy night, I could make an additional $20 in tips.
I would usually take all the low paying gigs that nobody wanted because I needed the $150 to keep my lights turned on.
I remember pulling up to a gig in my piece of a crap car then deciding to self-park instead of using the valet because I was embarrassed by my rusty ride.
One of the most humiliating moments of my career was running into an old friend, and he asks me if I was still doing that "clown thing?" This conversation took place 17 years ago, and I still get pissed just thinking about it.
There's nothing wrong with clowns, and I don't dislike them, but I'm an Award Winning Sleight-of-Hand Artist with a bright future. This idiot just called me a clown, and I just wanted to punch him the jaw.
My friend's innocent question not only upset me, but eventually changed my life. It got me thinking about my business, and how I got my personal branding and marketing completely wrong.
I spent the next 30 days completely reworking my business model, and the results were nothing short of amazing. During one month, I tripled my performance fee from $350 to $1,000 and picked up three new corporate clients who gave me all the business I could handle. I simply raised my price 250% to attract better clients.
I had just figured out the Holy Grail of booking gigs, and it took me getting humiliated to do it. I was no longer the Court Jester but now the King.
From that day forward I became a Show Biz Warrior and didn't look back. The only thing I knew for sure was that I was never going through that kind of humiliation ever again.
If you've watched any of my training's you know that I'm a serial entrepreneur that does magic. I've performed professionally for over 40 years and have worked Theaters, Casinos, Comedy Clubs, Corporate Boardrooms and everything in between.
I also do a ton of corporate sales training, and my specialty is taking people earning $400 a week to $50,000 a year. Once again we are talking about a 250% increase for those I help develop and train.
Whether it's building a better act, booking more shows or raising your rates, my strategies and tactics will work for you. I created this course to help you reach your full potential as a sucessful entertainer. You will quickly find that I hold nothing back in this training.
I'll see you in the member's area!
Over the next 30 days, I will hold your feet to the fire as you achieve the greatness you've always had inside you. I'm going to be your virtual mentor, trainer, coach and biggest fan. Show Biz Warrior is a step-by-step (walk-you-by-the-hand) bootcamp that is guaranteed to get you results.
By the time you complete the program you should be making more money than ever before, vying for the dominant position in your market, and strategizing with me on a regular basis.
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