Become A High End Escort and Courtesan18/12/2019
Become A Elite Escort Elite Advice 4 Escorts Courtesans and Companions Becoming A Elite Courtesan in Today’s Escort Industry:
When becoming an escort, the most important things to remember first and foremost are safety and focus. You must always take precaution to minimize personal risk and maintain your confidence why you chose to work in this industry. Below are guidelines to adhere to as you get familiar with your new business. Keep in mind that if you decide to work for an agency, guidelines may vary. Safety is paramount both physically and emotionally.
There are risks with which you should be familiar and implement regular practice to ensure your health and safety. There are many different ways to do this. Money should remain untouched and unspoken. Most clients, especially if they’re experienced, understand the protocol of how compensation for your services is arranged. It’s called a donation.
Within the first ten minutes of your meeting the donation is traditionally placed in an unsealed envelope somewhere visible in the hotel room, often in the bathroom or on the hallway table. If you get a sense within those first ten minutes that your client is not familiar with this procedure, it is okay to subtly remind him but in a way that doesn’t actually mention money.
Aspire to make a friend upon whom you can rely to disclose your exact location and time frame every instance that you meet a client. If you don’t have such a friend or if you are an independent escort who works discreetly, stage a call to a ‘friend’ in front of your client just before your session begins. Make sure he hears you talking and can distinguish that you are divulging your location over the phone. This action is a safety feature that tells your client that he cannot hurt your or get violent because someone else knows where and when to find you. There is a section below called Safety & Guidance for full details on this topic.
Many escorts and companions are uncomfortable when clients request services that they don’t offer. It causes them to feel uneasy about saying no. However, if you are clear on what services you will not offer and know how to handle yourself in the event that your client confronts you about a particular service, you will be able to stand confident in your reply. It is quite possible that your client will get upset but that’s no reason to waiver from your ethics. The bottom line is that you should enjoy the time you spend with a client and if something makes you uncomfortable, it’s okay to say no.