I'm liking business school. It's fun to apply the concepts to stripping. Tonight wasn't a very good night to be a dancer at my club. Too many girls working and not enough guys with money. Lap dance supply heavily outweighed the lap dance demand.
Some guy tried to school me on "how to make more money" stripping. I love how guys who have never been a stripper think they know the business better than I do. He was like, "It would be better if the club did revenue sharing instead of charging you girls a flat fee." In my mind, Family Feud buzzers and big red X's are going off. No, wtf, it doesn't make sense for me to give away a cut for every dance. I'd rather start off in debt because 99% of the time I do well enough to pay the house fee. Another one of his suggestions was to spend more time building rapport and going for the weak ones, as if I don't already know. He was like, "Remember their names, ask how their day is going. They'll become your regular." I don't work at a "regular" club, so that's the worst advice. The best way to make money is to GOUGE GOUGE GOUGE, haha. I wonder if he could see me rolling my eyes.
I followed my own advice from my last post and for the most part, it worked. I got paid what I wanted from everyone I danced for. I just wish I danced for more people, but I'm glad I got what I could. Tonight wasn't that much of a headache other than the ample downtime.
May tomorrow night be busier and better. Goodnight!