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Working For Yourselves

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I've seen two women recently, both of whom had fairly advanced plans for setting up their own businesses, one farming in Asia, one selling her own cosmetics online. Both were serious, and had some excellent ideas about how to make their businesses succeed. But one of them said she didn't want to get too successful, because of 'all this' (wipes, lube, vibe, older paying customer etc.). She will be a good entrepreneur I hope, but the dream of most entrepreneurs - front page of BusinessWeek - is her nightmare.

So, a question for the SPs. How many of you want to, or already do run other businesses? I'm curious about the link between hooking and working for yourself in other capacities. And if you do / will, how do you balance the need to market yourself as a hooker with the need to market yourself as the next Branson / Sugar / Brady?

just whiling away a long Saturday afternoon...

S

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I have seen a good number of indies who either already run their own outside business or who were planning to do so. I think they generally have their heads screwed on better than most in terms of business savvy. There are several that I woul certainly entertain going into business with. Board meetings could certainly be a lot of fun.

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Yes, I've known several girls over the years who have used escorting as a way to get capital in order to start another business. Escorting also allows the other business to be run initially side by side until it is up and running and sustainable. Some girls have kept on a few "private" clients after retiring for fun and to bring in more investment money. Starting a new business from scratch is difficult and then to expand you need more investment so this works for some of the girls.

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I set up my own business back in March 2010, which is a totally different capacity to my life as a sensual masseuse. In October 2010 I walked away from massage, in November I moved to a totally different area, ready to work wholeheartedly on my new venture.

During the time I was still working as a SM, I would up date my website, keeping it as simple as possible, whilst my mind raced with ideas for the next chapter in my career.

I am going to be honest in my marketing, and not hide my past... there will be no bones in my closet.

It is a policy I have lived with for years and it seems to have worked so far.

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