A: This may sound corny but growing up my parents worked with disabled kids. I didn't know it at the time but being exposed to the struggles of these guys meant that to this day I can honestly say, no matter how tough things get, they could always be worse, and they are worse for so many people in this world, so to get on with life in the best way I can, and appreciate what I do have and what I can do, because compared to a lot of people I have it pretty good!
A: I don't put a dollar figure or time constraint on what I do 'off the job'. I will often interact with past clients at great length without any promise of reward. Many of the life stories I hear reinforce to me how lucky I am, in every way, so I consider this to be my way of giving something back.
A: Fly aeroplanes
A: I'm an individual. I have never and will never try to be someone or something I'm not in order to fit in or make friends. I know myself very well, and while I'm not above change, or altering how I feel about something, I have a strong sense of conviction. I put that down to having a good upbringing I think.
A: My mouth I think. That can obviously mean a few things I realise but primarily i think people find me entertaining, different. I don't go out of my way to be, I have always been an individual, and while I'm sure that might easily isolate some people when it comes to social interaction, I find it has translated into me being able to find common ground and relate with anyone I encounter. Add to this my genuine interest in meeting and understanding new people, and it translates into me being very comfortable with anyone, anywhere, for any purpose. Where my work is concerned, that's very reassuring to a lot of clients, so much so even the most shy of clients will often literally tell me how comfortable they feel with me, and how quickly.
A: Exercise my imagination!
A: My brain first and foremost. So much of this job is about catering to Someones mental state, whether they are lonely, aroused , curious or whatever the case may be, so I need to be able to engage and interact with practically anybody I come across without judgement or bias, that's not something that comes naturally to everybody in this line of work.
A: The tall, masculine, Aussie boyfriend experience
A: Travel at least once a month and have done for the past 4 years. That keeps things fresh and keeps me on my toes.
A: Its all about the cardio; I love walking everywhere, and I mean fast, and I'm addicted to my fruit and veges
A: I'm nomadic. I don't believe home is where the heart is, that's too limiting to me. So every 5 years or so I get itchy feet and feel the need to up roots and move. If I stay still for too long I get bored, complacent, and testy.
A: Tell you when I meet you ;-)
A: My life's passion is and always has been the same; it's all-consuming. It makes me cry it makes me dream, and I hope it's something I can do till the day I die. What is it?? Take me on that date and I will show you.
A: I'm a talker. It's how I make myself more at ease, and I find it works much the same way with most clients. Of course there is a time and a place for everything haha
A: My imagination. It's been my best friend, my worst enemy, a major distraction, a welcomed break, a protector, and huge source of pain, but also laughter & happiness.
A: Freedom, my imagination, tears, my cat, my mum