Random Acts of Kindness by Jerome Finley

Random Acts of Kindness by Jerome Finley

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Jerome Finley – Random Acts of Kindness


Effect: This offering is all about our time spent with an audience and little things we can do to dramatically increase the rapport, impact and magical moments shared with our participants.

-While there are routines in this book, it is really meant to give you a set of tools to strengthen your performances. How often do magicians and mentalists tell a spectator to pick a card, think of it, and then it is named by the mentalist. Honestly, who really cares? This book will help you to change uninspired and unemotional performances into to something much, much more. This book is about making a performance memorable.


揋odspeed? ? a psychological illusion for effectively 搒peeding? time up for a person.

-Jerome Finley knows what he is talking about in this effect. Finely goes into detail about some basic biological psychology processes and why they help this effect to work.

-揋odspeed? can be performed for 1 person or 200 people. Finley tells you how to practice this on yourself. Try it. It works. He also gives you a real life example of how this worked for him on his wife and for a random man on a very long flight.

-You need to be creative to incorporate this effect, but if you already have a routine where you speed up time, then Finley's patter can easily be adapted to your existing effect and make it about 10x stronger in the process.


揂lways on my mind? ? Tools and techniques to assure we are REMEMBERED by our spectators and create natural interest, intrigue and rapport wherever we go.

-As per the description, these are scripts one can use to build rapport with their audience. The first script is very good if you do cold readings. Although I抦 sure that Jerome Finely didn抰 intend for this to happen, this script is very effective if you are trying to pick up girls (thanks Jerome).

-The second part of the script can be used to quiet a heckler and resolve the issue he is having with you. Rather than confronting him in a way that may seem aggressive or confrontational, the script provided comes off as very light hearted and as if you have a sincere want to do whatever is possible for the heckler so that he will stop heckling you and enjoy your performance.

-The last part of the script is used as a closing speech to your audience. Really, really good stuff here. Basically, this script will make your audience feel like they had a hand in making your show great and that you appreciate everything they did for you. This is an excellent way to depart and these few lines of script alone will probably get you a few shows in the future.


揂 Bright New Outlook? ? My take on the 揟eardrop? effect in magic and mentalism and how I use it to seal my private readings; a very special moment to be shared when you want and need to create the deepest impact possible. For entertainment purposes only and with DT3's blessing of course!

-This is a method for producing tears from your eyes. If you are doing any type of an effect with an emotional hook, this would fit in nicely. It also includes a great line to end your cold reading on.


揑n the Madhouse? ? an imaginary scene is created in the mind of a participant and EXPERIENCED in real time by the performer! Easy to do and garners wonderful reactions, this piece is ripe with psychological subtleties and ruses. One can apply this work to virtually any drawing duplication or covertly obtained piece of information for a very 慠EAL? feeling revelation.

-This effect is worth the price of the book! A spectator thinks of a random place and then you describe the sights, sounds, smells and emotions they are feeling as they relive the moment in their mind. The technique can also be used in a drawing duplication.

-Included in this routine is a special list that will make you get a hit on almost everything you say when performing this routine. You can use this list to make it seem like you are actually viewing, in real time, what the spectator is merely thinking of.

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