Confidence grows as our ladies experience a variety of clients and scenarios. They learn how to handle clients, the best ways to keep the conversation flowing and avoid awkward silences, how to read their clients’ moods and they pretty quickly learn how to act in most social situations. They learn how to handle clients’ insecurities and how to put them at ease and how to encourage their clients to open up and feel comfortable.
If you’ve ever booked the services of one of our beautiful Park Lane and Mayfair ladies, you’ll know that the vast majority of them exude a confidence that comes from their experience of dealing with many different clients. Escorts often have to be a kind of ‘chameleon’, depending on what their clients want from them. A discreet and attentive dinner date, a sexy and fun loving partner for a party, or a self-assured and imaginative intimate play partner. Elite high class escorts are expected to play all kinds of roles and we aren’t talking role play here, although that does come into it too – we’re talking about the different attitudes that are necessary to give their clients the best possible time in their company.
However, every escort had to start somewhere and so sometimes you may find that you book an escort who is completely new to the London escorts‘ scene. While they may be pretty, confident and communicative in their normal day to day life, occasionally some of the new escorts may feel a little shy when it comes to actually meeting their first client. In this scenario, it’s the escort who may feel a little unsure or who may find it difficult to establish a rapport. This is when it’s down to you, the client, to put her at her ease. Be light hearted. Use your sense of humour. Flatter and compliment her and make her feel that you really value her company. She’ll really appreciate it if you take some time to put her at her ease and make her feel welcome.
It’s also a good idea to be upfront about your expectations for the evening so that she knows exactly what to anticipate. Take things slowly; don’t make her feel rushed or that’s she’s being pushed into something she doesn’t want to do. Take some time to build a rapport with her, ask her questions (without getting too personal) and start to build some trust. And don’t forget, we were all new at something at some point in our lives; give her the opportunity to find her feet and her confidence and you’ll reap the rewards.