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How To Be A Stripper: 5 Ways To Calm Your Nerves And Build Confidence With Customers

| December 29, 2012 | 1 Comment

Jennifer McCumber

On The Web- Tony Batman’s A Entertainment News- In this great Stripping Improvement Tip from our friend Jennifer McCumber at How-To-Strip.com, you get to learn how to have more confidence and attitude on stage and with your customers. Just watch the video below and then check out some more about it on How-to-Strip.com…. See Video Below

From How-To-Strip.com – I have gotten a LOAD of ladies asking me how to calm their nerves and have confidence on stage and with their customers.  This is a very important question because if you can’t learn to control your nervous energy and shift it into a substantial and positive presence for your customers – you just plain won’t do well!

It’s all about your mindset.  You have to evaluate how you think about yourself.  Do you think you are ugly when you look in the mirror?  Are you afraid of rejection or people thinking negatively of you?  Are you constantly comparing yourself to the other dancers?  You are going to have to overcome these and turn your negative thoughts about yourself into positive ones!

Here are the top five ways you can calm those nerves every single day before you go into work!

 

To Read the text version of the video- Click HERE

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Host and owner of the A! Entertainment show which broadcasts from our studio in Los Angeles. Also writer and columnist for the A! Crew Event Recaps and A! Entertainment on the Town.

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  1. Jennifer says:

    I LOVE how you did this! Amazing work Tony! One of many more to come! XOXO!

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