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daffydoug
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I am highly tempted to invest in one of two pretty fabulous looking online children's entertainer academies. They both look great and I'm to the point where I've convinced myself that the investment would pay for itself pretty rapidly. So it's pretty much mentoring without an in person flesh and blood mentor. Am I right?

Do you recommend any of these online academies? Are they as good an investment as I am thinking? Would they truly improve my learning curve?

Thanks sincerely for your advice.
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Any advice? (Please)
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Which academies are you referring to, Daffydoug?
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I believe I know which two you talk of. They are both operated by the same individuals. I had invested in their first one, but found that much of the information being taught was just regurgitated information learned from Silly Billy, Bill Abbott, Ginn, etc. I didn't find their info to be anything new. I considered it as someone with little experience of their own sharing info they had learned from others. If you are a beginner to children's magic, it might serve as some purpose. I've heard some claim it was really good. I think that's because they were not aware that what they were learning was available else where at fraction of the cost. Their new site is much of what the old site had plus more video's from other children magicians sharing info from either books or video's they had previously released.

Now, being that this is just my opinion, and perhaps not a positive one, I will say that I think Jullian is a very nice person. I'm glad that he's been able to find a way to make money and support himself.
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I'm now very glad I asked before plunking down money to join!
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Concise!
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Dean Hankey and Berry Friedman I recommend
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Go to KIDABRA next year. A great learning experience with professional children's entertainers.
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