Strippers develop their Social Skills & Confidence Quickly
Social Skills Development as a Stripper or Lap Dancer - There are so many people that you will be working closely with: clientele, other entertainers, strippers, dancers, waitresses, bartenders, DJs, housemoms, security, and management. It’s absolutely essential that you learn how to manage and communicate with different personality types effectively. This would be advantageous to your bottom line at work, and a valuable asset in your post-dancing marketability.
Social Networking as a stripper - This is easy, fun, and beneficial to your money both now and later. All you have to do is listen to your customer, pay attention to what he says. Ask him for a business card, and write down all the details you can remember (don’t ever do this in front of him).
If you have a reputation for being pleasant, honest, and reliable, many opportunities will come your way, both while dancing and after you’ve retired the heels. Eventually, you may find that you need a service or product that one of your business card customers can assist you with and maybe even cut you a deal.
You may even find job leads from customers. I can’t tell you how many dancers I’ve known (at least 6) that have gotten jobs immediately after graduating college through the connections that they made through networking.