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Part Show Part Business - Articles for Performers Part Show Part Business Home About Leif David Category Index Newsletter Contact Go to...HomeAbout Leif DavidCategory IndexNewsletterContact New Case Lid Organizers for your Show Case Jan 06 A few weeks ago I posted this photo of my new Case Lid Organizer on Facebook. A lot of magicians were asking me about it so I thought it might make an interesting topic for a post. No, it isn’t a DIY project that I made myself, and no, it didn’t come with the case. It’s actually a case accessory that’s available online. The Lid Organizer in the photo above is called the Explorer Cases PANEXPL48 Lid Panel for the 4820 Case (Black). Explorer Case offers a few different lid organizers, but if you look online you’ll find pages and pages of various lid organizers from other companies as well. Read More… Permalink Living a Creative Life With Magic Nov 07 I just finished reading “Big Magic: Creating Living Beyond Fear” by Elizabeth Gilbert. Gilbert is the same woman who wrote the massively successful book “Eat, Pray, Love“. I’ll admit that I was drawn to the book because of the title and the awesome cover. Quickly I discovered the book was about one of my favorite topics, “Creative Living”. In it she discusses attitudes, approaches, and habits we need in order to live our most creative lives. I remember being a 10 year old magician and after my shows business-y adults would ask me, “What do you want to do when you grow up?” I wasn’t too sure… I was just a kid after-all. But I would answer with things like: “I want to be a famous magician on TV.” “I want to perform grand illusions.” “I want to perform on cruise ships.” “I want my own show in Vegas.” As I grew up, I realized those weren’t authentic goals. I just answered that way because I thought that’s what I was supposed to say. I’ve realized that I don’t want any of those things. I don’t believe crossing those off my list would make my life feel more complete: TV Magic? I don’t wish to spend my time in production meetings or rapidly developing TV only effects. Grand Illusions? I don’t want to lug around tons of gear. I want to be a magician – not a professional mover. Cruise Ships? I don’t want to be more familiar with airports than I am with the history of an effect. Vegas Stardom? I don’t wish to chase after fame. Becoming famous is outside of my control anyway. Read More… Permalink Are You Performing Old Material Because It’s Easier? Oct 30 Today I performed for a daycare client that I’ve been working with for over 12 years. Every Halloween I do two shows for them. It’s a perfect client because they re-book me year after year and the audience is always different! I suspect that for many performers the temptation would be to do their regular show, collect the cheque, and never think twice about it. In this article I want to urge you to not be one of those people. Instead, I want you to think twice about the material that you’re performing. Are you performing your regular show because it’s the absolute BEST show that you can deliver? Or, are you doing it because it’s EASY? For my daycare client I decided to include material from this summer’s library show. Much of that material I haven’t performed in several months so it was a great opportunity to keep it fresh in my repertoire. But, it wasn’t easy. I had to spend extra time pulling out all the props, then I had to create a set-list that would work, I had to create a special playlist, and I had to quickly rehearse the lines for one of the routines since it has a lengthy story as part of the script. At 11:30 at night while packing everything up all I could think was “It would be so much easier to do my regular act!” Read More… Permalink The Trap of “Look How Much Money I Just Made” May 11 Performing magic professionally means that you’re also a small business owner. That means that any of the money you make performing is actually money that goes into your business. It’s easy to think that after doing a magic show it FEELS like easy money. You can leave the house for a few hours, have some fun, perform a few tricks, and come back home $1,000 richer. Compare that to everyone else you know who needs to go to work for an entire week to earn what you make in a single afternoon. This type of thinking is very deceptive though because what you make from performing is NOT what YOU personally earn. It is NOT your salary. Your performance fee is what the BUSINESS makes. The money is what you’ll need to operate on to sustain your entire business. For example, let’s say you perform at a show that pay’s you $1,000. Let’s see how that would breakout into your business bank accounts and personal accounts. Performance Fee: $1,000 Sales tax / Income tax (25%): $250 Business account (25%): $250 Personal savings (15%): $150 Rent (20%): $200 Your wage (15%): $150 Read More… Permalink Pure Text: Copying and Pasting Text Without Extra Formatting May 05 Here’s a quick tip to reply to emails even faster. I find myself often copying text to pasting information into my emails. The problem with that though it that a simple copy/paste would also include all the additional unwanted formatting from the original source. Here’s a sample photo where I copied text from my website and pasted it into the email. You can see it also pasted all of the unwanted formatting like the background color, font color, etc. I’d constantly have to change the font, font size, and color back to the original. This meant that I had to manually reformat all the text over and over again. Every time it annoyed me and I knew there had to be a better way! I went searching on the internet and I came across a lightweight tool called PureText. Here’s the program description from their website: What PureText Will and Will Not Do PureText only removes rich formatting from text. This includes the font face, font style (bold, italics, etc.), font color, paragraph styles (left/right/center aligned), margins, character spacing, bullets, subscript, superscript, tables, charts, pictures, embedded objects, etc. However, it does not modify the actual text. It will not remove or fix new-lines, carriage returns, tabs, or other white-space. It will not fix word-wrap or clean up your paragraphs. If you copy the source code of a web page to the clipboard, it is not going to remove all the HTML tags. If you copy text from an actual web page (not the source of the page), it will remove the formatting. PureText is basically equivalent to opening Notepad, doing a PASTE, followed by a SELECT-ALL, and then a COPY. The benefit of PureText is performing all these actions with a single Hot-Key and having the result pasted into the current window automatically. Read More… Permalink Stan Kramien: The Show Begins When the Posters Go Up Mar 29 This week Stan Kramien passed away. A magician who performed for over 70 years, and he spent 30 of those years touring with one of the largest magic shows of it’s time. I’m too young to ... Whois

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