A few thoughts on making a success of this magic malarkey!

I’m just passing on my experience, it may not be for everybody, but it worked for me! First and foremost you need a good mentor – someone you really respect and look up to. (I was lucky enough that my mentor was Roy Johnson, and occasionally Ken Brooke offered me some invaluable advice). I never had a teacher as such, as sometimes this restricts you from developing your own style. This person...

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