13 ways for escorts to stay positive in a negative world

Not only does the gloom and doom in the news cast negative light in the world, but the people you encounter may bring you down with their pessimistic and, generally, bad attitudes. Working in the adult industry as an entertainment provider, you battle the stigma daily that suggests you are “dirty”, unintelligent, under the influence, or immoral. It’s a tough world to live in, but you don’t have to let it get to you. There are many ways you can stay positive in an oppressively negative world. Consider these methods of choosing your outlook: Continue reading

Toughen up: 11-point checklist for escorts

People enter the adult industry with the assumption that they can make a lot of money with very little work. They may be fed up with their “normal” careers and low pay. Or, they may feel the need to make some fast money, with little effort. The people who enter into the adult entertainment industry with these attitudes rarely succeed and quickly fail. If you’re serious about entering the adult entertainment industry as a provider, you need to know from the very beginning that you need to toughen up — ASAP. Here are some definite ways that you need to toughen up to be a top notch provider: Continue reading

Which mindset works best for successful escorts?

So, you want to be an escort? That’s all fine and well, but you must prepare yourself for what the career really entails. It’s not all wine and roses, with great tips thrown in for your outstanding service. It’s hard work, socially unacceptable and can cause you immeasurable heartache, along with providing you personal empowerment and financial freedom, all at the same time. Continue reading

13 reasons for all escorts to seek professional mental health counseling

Nobody is insinuating that you are crazy if they suggest you seek some help from a professional mental health counselor. Many individuals regularly benefit from the expert insight available from therapists, counselors, psychologists and other mental health providers. In fact, 27% (59 million) of Americans receive treatment each year, according to Psychology Today. Continue reading