If you are still sitting on the fence and want to know more on how to become a stripper then here are some things you can use to questions you can ask yourself if you want to give it a try -
1) Can you take rejection?
I know no one likes the thought of rejection and who really likes it? No one.
So why would anyone do a job where they are likely to get rejected? Well it is because they can learn how to not take it personally. Now I admit, I am a really sensitive person, and when I started I used to cry a lot. This was because I used to think the customers did not like me.
I soon realized that it was not me they were rejecting, after all how could they reject me? They don’t even know me? They either made a snap decision or it may have nothing to do with me. I have since become a lot more resilient to rejection. In fact I just brush it off and think of all the customers who really like me. So it does get easier
2) Do you enjoy talking to people?
In this job you will be talking ad listening, so it is vital you enjoy it. I am quite shy, and would never be the first person to strike up a conversation. I had to force myself to speak to people when I first started. It was because I was not very confident. As I forced myself to do speak to people ( almost like jumping into a swimming pool when you don’t know how deep it is!) I became more confident. I still get nervous before speaking to someone, but find it a lot easier.
3) Can you handle an irregular income?
Some nights you will earn nothing and others, hundreds or even thousands. You can never tell. I can tell you even though it is up and down, monthly or yearly it does even out if you are good. That is why I would learn how to make money, either by trial and error or from a professional like Jessica. So make sure you can handle the constant up and down and learn to look at the bigger picture.
4) Can you motivate yourself?
As a stripper, you can go into a club and sit there all night and not move. No one will say anything to you. That is why you need to be able to motivate yourself. This also does get easier.
If you can handle the above ( notice I did not say do, as you will learn a lot on the job) then you will be a great stripper. I look forward to eharing from you all.
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