Thank you for giving us the opportunity to host you on our podcast.
Our podcast gets tens of thousands of listeners…
…and we ONLY reach out to artists and professionals we truly believe will offer our audience amazing value—and we know you are one of these people!
Click below to view it on Apple Podcasts:
(We’ve featured guests such as Roberto Giobbi, Andi Gladwin, Jason Ladanye, Michael Vincent, Pit Hartling, Denis Behr…and many more).
What We Need From You
If you’re available to come on the podcast, simply click the link below and pick a time that works for you.
Either for us to chat over specifics (our meetings are only 15 minutes), or to book a time to record the podcast (which usually lasts around 60 minutes):
NOTE: Our podcast is browser-hosted. You won’t need a webcam and won’t need to download anything at all. All you need to do is follow a link we’ll provide you if you decide to become one of our guests.
(we strongly recommend you use a desktop or laptop for optimal results).
If you can’t find a time that works for you in my calendar, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll see what I can work out 🙂
Why You Should Come on the Podcast—Our Story and Unique Approach to Magic
“How Did 2 College-Aged Amateurs Build a Network of 50,000+ Magicians—including Many of The World’s Best Performers—in just 2 Years?”
Can we tell you a secret?
We’ve spent the last few years thinking hard—very hard—about a whole lot of topics that seem to have ZERO connection to magic.
However, during the time we spent purposefully not studying magic…
…we’ve discovered more “secrets” about achieving success in magic than in any magic book we’ve ever read!
Over the last 2 years, our practice of these “outsider” principles has resulted in tens of thousands of magicians signing up for and reading our daily newsletter.
To explain how this phenomenon works, let us tell you about two of the men who have impacted our magic the most—yet have no connection to magic themselves!
The first is a man named Jay Abraham.
He was the first person to clearly show us a philosophy that changed how we approached magic.
Here is that philosophy:
“Breakthroughs come by going outside the source.”
Perhaps some examples would illustrate this…
1.FedEx, famous for its overnight delivery, borrowed the “hub and spoke” model they use from the system banks use to clear checks overnight.
2. Roll-on deodorant borrowed its delivery mechanism from the humble ball-point pen!
The bottom line is this:
When you think differently and explore concepts outside of magic, you almost always discover concepts and ideas that you can “borrow” and bring back to magic.
Honestly, it’s like an unfair advantage. No one else knows this stuff—and why would they?
If you only study magic, you’ll only learn about magic.
In other words, your growth can only be linear.
But if you draw your inspiration from sources that no one else has ever touched, you’ll be able to do things that no one else has ever even thought about!
Your growth will be exponential.
THAT’S how you become the smartest magician in the room.
…by definition, thinking differently is hard. It’s challenging. It takes you outside your comfort zone—outside the cookie jar of magic.
In other words, it gives you PROBLEMS.
But far from being a bad thing—that’s exactly what magicians need right now!
This methodology is what we’re trying to help people apply step-by-step, simply by reading our emails and listening to our podcast.
If any of this resonates with you, we can talk about it before or after the podcast or, if you prefer, we can book a separate meeting.
We’ll be happy to not only use our podcast to promote your brand but our ever-growing reach!
Thank you in advance. We’re excited to hear back from you!
The Daily Magician