This was a post I made for another thread, and Elizabeth thought it might be a good post to just make a thread in the Lounge.
Wouldn't it be rather funny/nice if someone actually started an online school/blog/lesson for hobbyist AND SPs on how to act during a visit. I think we already have one for the guys and how to act before hand, but don't think the ladies have one yet...
-Shave face, and down there or just trim if you feel like it
-Brush teeth and make hair look decent
-Dress to impress, no bum clothing, but not going to the opera either.
-Clean the place up a bit if they're coming over to your house
-Have donation ready and be sure you know how much it is when you're booking
-Don't jump on her when she comes in, spend a good 10mins or so to converse and get to know the dos and don'ts with her.
-Come in ALWAYS smiling and a friendly hug. Regardless of how shitty your day was or your last client was. If you're not in a good mood, DON'T TAKE THE CUSTOMER!
-Talk to the customer for a good 10min, tell him what you do or don't do. Ask him what he likes, and what he doesn't like. How open he is, and what he's up for.
-Mention about any extras you might usually charge for your services while you're talking, not when the guy's about to blow his load.
-Ask to use the washroom to do whatever you gotta do before and brush teeth/shower whatever it is, but if guys gotta be hygenic, it should go both ways.
-Don't answer your phone while you're in the middle of the action. He's paying for an hour of service/pleasure, not for you to chit chat on the phone. Besides, it really ruins the mood.
-Ask customer how they want it and if they are enjoying it or what else they would like to do. As a lot of hobbyist are probably shy/new and don't know how to initiate. You're the professional, guide them through if it seems like they are nervous/shy.
-Spend the full amount of time there that the customer asked for. Don't short change him his 15mins or whatever.
Man, I should be a teacher...
What else do you guys think is missing from here? What suggestions do you have about what hobbyist or SP's should do during a visit to make it go smoother.