If you do something, make sure that you do it to be the best. It doesn't matter what you do. It doesn't matter what people say about it. If you do something with your best efforts and become the best in it, you'll know all knowledge about that specific thing to be some lame crap.
And that was my life for 10 years. I was a high-class hooker. Call me a courtesan, call girl, escort, whatever you want. But basically I was a hooker. Just very well paid.' She looks at her ring, an enormous pear-shaped diamond, and adjusts it. 'Very well paid.
Why? Did you think that this was impossible!!!?? Shame on you!
She earned £10,000 a night - at her peak £20,000, and £40,000 for a weekend. ('No one earns that money now,' she says. 'Prices have gone down in the last five years. Changing times.')
This is a 100% true story. This girl just did it right. So many hot girls get into prostitution and ruin their lives. Sure it's not the best job at all. It's not even the easiest. But what happens to the girl is her responsibility. The problem and the solution is the profession. Look at the lifestyle of the one's who made prostitution their solution.
What makes a £10,000-£20,000 girl? 'Looks and training. We were professionals. We'd need to be funny, a laugh, party all night. Or cool and clever, discreet and well-mannered. You could never be fazed by power or mega money - or what you were asked to do.' She says the top girls are 'healthy' - they go to the gym. 'They don't do drugs, smoke or drink. Sometimes you're up all night, you need to look after yourself.' The top 10 are 'champion racehorses'. Others are 'more hard-wearing'.
Did anybody thought of this as a possibility or an opportunity? I'm pretty sure that only few in a million did. The ones who went to the top doing their best in what they can perform well and excel others becomes the anomaly. The definition loses its ability to define what he/she is at a certain point. That when you conquer the filed. It doesn't matter what your field is. You can do this with anything if you have enough passion for it.
She's been to Barneys in New York and to Paris to shop. The first time she was bought clothes by a client, it was £7,000 dresses in Prada and four pairs of shoes. 'He kept saying, "Are you sure that's enough, don't you want anything else?"' She's also been given gadgets - the latest Mac, iPads, iPhones - and handbags ('a lot of handbags').
Cool, right...? But most of the prostitutes do't end up here. They just come to make a living. Some even degrades the profession. No matter what your profession is there is over 90% probability that there could be something better and even noble. But you why should you degrade your profession. If you don't like your job, ditch it! If you keep doing your job, give you maximum effort to it.
Maybe I'll marry a rich man,' she says. 'If not, I'll start my own business.' Does she think she'll ever fall in love? Have children? Have a normal life? 'Maybe. I hope.' She shrugs. 'It's hard to think about it. Right now, I just want to make money.
Have a clear definition of what you do. Love what you do or ditch what you do. Always perform at your best and be tactical. Don't let the definitions about your work/profession cloud your vision. When you do you best and become the best, those definitions won't mean a thing. They don't have any absolute value. So stop thinking and do it at your best and give all you got before expanding your own horizons.
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