Jonah Babins from Discourse in Magic tackles magic’s hardest issues, theories, philosophies, discussion, and more to help you explore. He jumps into all sorts of magic, and resources, and most importantly actionable tips to help better the art and become a killer performer!
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Set aside some time and listen to the entire catalogue (with a notebook and pen). Thank me later.
Articulate, humorous, engaging. Highly recommend , even for non-magicians like myself !
"the avoidance of embarrassment is the least worthwhile of human moments." -- Teller
I met Jonah a couple years ago while I was still in high school. He was a staff member of this leadership conference I attended, and probably the first magician I met in real life! He inspired me greatly with his wit, wisdom, and how personable he was. Fast forward to today, I’m still gleaning nuggets of wisdom from his fantastic podcast and using it to improve my craft. Highly recommended podcast for anyone who loves performing magic.
This is the first podcast review I have written, but I feel compelled… As a lover of magic and listener to the Discourse in Magic podcast for over one year, I have to say, in my personal opinion, this this the #1 resource we have in all of Magic. Really… paid/unpaid… it doesn’t matter. The amount of content and richness of each episode is unparalleled compared to everything else. Maybe, I just love Jonah’s interview style, but every single episode leaves you with something (or many things) to i... more
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Discourse in Magic launched 6 years ago and published 296 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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