The camp was not just about stripping tips or stripper lessons, but really about making stripping a career-for however short it may be.
It got me thinking about what I want to do with my life, how to go about it, and whether or not I wanted to stay in the business.
I ultimately decided it is better to strip while I was still looking good and had the energy to do so.
What I was lacking a bit in was the drive to get in there and use all that I had learned at Stripper Bootcamp.
All strippers reach a point when they just have such a hard time getting up and going into the strip club to get naked and dance on strange men's laps.
I personally believe it is understandable.
The problem is getting over it.
This is where a personal mission statement can help.
It can motivate you into thinking about the WHY of your stripping career.
Businesses and schools all have a mission statement-the why of the business.
This is where you ask yourself "why have I become an exotic dancer?" So I started thinking about MY personal mission statement.
Why did I become a stripper? Yes, of course, I know you thinking "Money, duh", but think beyond the obvious reason.
Why do you want that money? My personal mission statement reads like this: I strip in order to make a better life for myself and for my family.
I get out there and use all that I have learned to create an experience that the customer will enjoy, so he will spend time and money on me, so that I can earn more money.
With this money I will pay off my debt, go on trips, and spend time with the people who mean the most to me.
Why do you strip? Why do you want to become a stripper? What is YOUR personal mission statement?