Using Emotions | TSMP #032

Are You Using Emotions Effectively? Join Aidan & Ashley in this episode to uncover the importance and best practice when using emotions within your magic and mentalism routines. HINT: It's EASIER than you think!

Are You Using Emotions Effectively?

Join Aidan & Ashley in this episode to uncover the importance and best practice when using emotions within your magic and mentalism routines.

 

HINT: IT IS EASIER THAN YOU THINK!

 

Do you have any questions about today’s content?

Discussed In This Episode:

  • Should You Use Emotions and Why? [02:18]
  • How Ashley Uses Emotions Effectively [04:40]
  • STOP USING THIS “EMOTIONAL” STORY [07:35]
  • A Practical Example Of FEAR From Aidan’s Repertoire [11:55]
  • Using Emotions On Talent Shows [17:45]
  • Emotions As Publicity Agents [19:20]
  • How To Feel Your Own Emotions [23:40]
  • Using Your Experiences To Your Advantage [25:34]
  • CHALLENGE TIME [27:45]
  • PLUS MUCH MORE…

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