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Influence people’s minds with Master Mentalist Lior Suchard. How are your (fictional) characters influenced?

Influence people’s minds with Master Mentalist Lior Suchard. How are your (fictional) characters influenced?

Charlie Holiday’s character is created through the influence of others.

How do authors build their characters? Are they formulated based on a real person? Or a collection of character traits from a selection of people?

One of the main “takeaways” from the Charlie Holiday Series is for readers to ask the question:

Could it be? Is it possible? Could I do it, too?

Which is why I like Lior Suchard so much.

Yes, he started with he was 6 or 7. He said he always liked magic and did tricks all the time. But he also said people could learn this or get better at this.

This is what I’m after.

How can we improve, up our game, enhance our skills, even go into another dimension (if I dare use that word) to go beyond what we currently think is possible?

That’s where Charlie Holiday is going and I want to … take you with me.

Yet another excellent photo from Unsplash below to supplement my post.

Influence people's minds with Master Mentalist Lior Suchard: How are your (fictional) characters influenced?

Influence people’s minds with Master Mentalist Lior Suchard: How are your (fictional) characters influenced? [Photo by Rhett Wesley on Unsplash]

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