There are many aspects I like about being an escort lady which I often elaborate in my blog posts. But the one thing I love the most is receiving positive and constructive feedbacks. Not because I am fishing for compliments and constantly need acknowledgment, but more like because it reassures me that my service is valuable for others and makes them happy. I am blessed with kind hearted and intelligent clients who aren’t shy or lazy to share their feedback with me.
Nowadays, people tend to be in a hurry and everything is taken for granted. We don’t thank the postman for tirelessly delivering our mails, because it is his job, so he must do it for us. We are hesitant to smile at the waitress and compliment her efforts, because it is her job and she just has to go that extra mile in order for us to come back again. However, I am hopeful for the future and I am disposed to believe that our world can be changed little by little, if we only be kinder to each other.
Having said all that, I am inspired to share an email, that I have recently received from a dear client. I decided to publish part of his letter (unchanged) to prove that there are still people out there who aren’t afraid to express their perceptions towards others. I have not asked for a feedback, it just came naturally from him and totally warmed my heart by doing so.
Thank you for taking the time and effort to send me this touching email and I am grateful for your permit to share it on my blog. I hope it helps others to get a glimpse of the nature of my service and how it might be beneficial for other individuals to visit an escort provider of their choice from time to time.
I believe that in an ideal world an escort who loves her job brings joy and happiness to her satisfied clients. I also believe that it is way beyond prostitution, as some might refer to it.
So next time you are pleased with someone’s output -regardless of how simple, minor or major the accomplishment really is- do not hesitate to tell that person! Be generous with your praising words towards others, after all it does not cost a thing, yet it might mean the world for the other person.
So here it is, the praising words of Alej, that truly made my day:
“One other point: I recently read a book by a guy called Paolo Gallo. He is a former head of Human Relations at the World Economic Forum. His book is called The Compass and the Radar and it explains how to find happiness in one’s work and career.
Gallo says that everyone, regardless of where they are in life, must ask themselves three questions while reflecting on their career:
1) Am I always learning something new in my job?
2) Am I helping other people?
3) Do I honestly enjoy the work that I do?
According to Gallo, those people who learn something new everyday, are ‘upskilling’ their career profile by acquiring new knowledge which make them more competitive in the jobs marketplace. And those people whose work helps someone else, render a valuable service to society for which they should be adequately compensated in terms of high wages or long-term job security. Finally, those people who sincerely enjoy their work, have found a unique way of self-expression. Their place in this world is assured because they are focusing on their natural gifts and strengths and getting a sense of satisfaction, knowing that these assets are particular to them only and no one else has exactly the same mix of qualities.
While reading Gallo’s advice for how to find job satisfaction, I could not help but think about your very healthy attitude. With each new client that you meet and each new place that you travel to, you inevitably learn something new – about human nature, its good and bad parts, as well as the world we live in (which are the prettiest cities, which are the best restaurants and theatre shows). That is valuable knowledge for ‘upskilling’ and it makes a person wise and cultured, not to mention sophisticated. I have always been struck by how wise you are.
As for service to society: Each time you meet a client, you are helping them. You are helping them more actively than if you were a psychologist with a double PhD in social science and therapy – you help them find happiness and meaning, and you make them respect women. I wish my own job made as much of a positive contribution to society as the work that you do, but I try my best in my own way…
And lastly, I believe that no one can bring the natural talent for human empathy, decency and intelligence to the work of emotional support, as you do. Nor would they be as aesthetically beautiful as you are. Meeting you, I feel like a bird flying above the clouds, far away from all the world’s problems and halfway between earth and heaven. Even though all good things must end and whenever our dates finish, I always come back down to earth quickly, meeting you makes me so happy that it really adds a new dimension to my life. I do not think anyone else, even if they did the exact same work that you do, could do it as naturally and graciously as yourself.
You are the perfect example of a professional, according to Gallo’s definition. I hope one day I will reach the same level.”
Thank you for reading and please take good care of you and others! Please remember to be kind to one another regardless of the position one has in your life. Remember to take a moment to express gratitude or simply smile…that works like magic! Spread love and appreciation in your environment and be aware that it will go beyond your immediate circle. It is an endless and powerful chain reaction that will move on with rapid speed enriching many other people’s lives. Have a love-filled day you all!