Ray T. Stott wrote:$547.00 for the course - unbelievable.
May do wonders for Grubb's (an appropriate surname) retirement package but will likely only result in a lower checking balance for the buyer.
All of these success peddlers are the lightning rod salesmen in the field of magic.
Why the vitriol? We still live in a free market economy, and while you are also free to offer criticism, it doesn't enhance your reputation or standing to comment on someone's surname.
How much is a performer's experience worth? How do you place a price on a body of work that includes routines, marketing materials, and the business of actually booking paid shows? Unless a magician is at the pinnacle of business success, why wouldn't he or she look for additional ways to increase their business?
BTW, I loved Brad Henderson's line.