How To Stay Motivated
A study was conducted in 1998 at Columbia University by a professor Claudia M Mueller. She took a large group of fifth graders and had them work on numerous puzzles by themselves, now these were very challenging puzzles but regardless of how well each child did he or she was told that they scored very well that they did better than most of the other kids. Afterwards half of these students were told that they scored high because they worked hard while the other half were told that it was all because they were smart and gifted. Then they presented each student with three more types of puzzles to work on easy ones, medium difficulty ones and extremely challenging ones and what they found was very interesting.
How To Levitate
One of the most fascinating feats in magic is the ability to levitate and there are many methods to make this happen in this story we're going to cover just a few of them we're going to cover some simple methods that can be done at home right now, then some more advanced techniques that'll take a little bit of practice and preparation. We'll also cover some more expensive versions the professionals use that you've probably seen on some national television shows, let's get ready to learn how to levitate. In this first method, the magician walks into the room and then covers the front of their body with a blanket or a towel then magically they seem to just levitate right off the floor this looks pretty convincing and it is super simple to perform.