NOTE: Don't be fooled by this post. It's a story, sure. But the lessons here are among the most valuable I've ever shared. By the end, you'll know exactly what you need to do.
This entire web site is devoted to answering the question at the top of this page. In this first post, I'll tell you how I did it.
I started as a magician.
Halfway into my first year of college, and to the delight of my parents, I dropped out to pursue my dream of turning a childhood hobby into an adulthood career.
To make a long story short, after a few false starts, I did it. I was living my dream and performing 300-350 magic shows a year all over the country.
If that sounds like a lot, that's because it is.
Novelty entertainers are not rewarded (i.e. paid) the way they ought to be. With all the negativity and fearmongering in the news and in the media, you’d think that a little laughter and wonderment would have a higher value in the marketplace.
It’s a shame, really.