How do you go the 'Extra Mile' in your life?
Deeply spiritual in a non-religious way, I believe that life has more meaning when fully engaged. I go the extra mile by systematically identifying and eliminating elements that deplete my energy, while cultivating parts that allow me to grow and thrive.
Fiercely independent, I used military training to learn how to acquire broad skill sets that I used to become self-employed full time and finally be my own boss. I created new forms of income to finance my personal research and development for my own projects, and never had to search for jobs ever since. Firing my boss was an important goal, and learning more about everything taught me how little I actually know.
Now, my journey includes helping others find happiness in whatever form that may be, while being happy to be of service to those who resonate with me. My adventure continues as I discover and connect with amazing people on a daily basis in my unique line of work.
With clients who become good friends, I consider myself lucky to be a part of their lives since it is they who choose me to share quality time together. It's an honor to be in this role as a source of pleasure and comfort for those who are desiring good times.
Tell us about the best experience you have had in life.
High school was the best experience I have had in life. I came out of the closet at 12 years old to live openly, and had several gay teachers who were there for me as role models.
Playing music was one of my passions at the time, and I studied and practiced at least 3-4 hours a day on multiple instruments, my favorites were the trombone, flute, French horn and oboe (lots of singing too).
I started working early since my family was not wealthy, and created work for myself by selling keychains to students and vegetables (from the garden) to teachers. Learning massage therapy at home, it became a business at age 17.
At this time of my life, my father was still alive. We had a great relationship with many summers spent on our farm, living without electricity nor running water, tending gardens and animals for food. As an anthropologist, he taught me what he knew about other cultures and how to build rapport with people who are very different from me. He passed away suddenly when I was 19 from leukemia, which redirected my life towards preventing and curing it in the eventuality that I should fall victim to in as well.
A supercharged teenage life that I had is my life's foundation.
What would you say are your greatest attributes?
Openness and non-judgmental, I embrace and welcome all ages, races, body types, disabilities etc.
Building a connection and learning how to have a good time together within a limited period of time is my specialty. I often help guys overcome traumatic past experiences with other ***s. I have a background in counselling, and I also know many ***s who do not share the same work ethic and philosophy as I do. It is amazing the stories people share on the subject.
Long term relationships with clients are part of my skill set. Those choosing to being a silent partner in my life celebrate birthdays, anniversaries, and other special occasions with me. True boyfriend experiences are wonderful and convenient for guys who are career oriented and those who are wanting to have quality time without the stress that other types of relationships can create. In the end, a true relationship is born when so much quality time is spent together. In many ways, this is what a true loving relationship is is all about: more good times than bad times together over a long period of time.
My name and identity is really me. I do not have any aliases or working names. Search online "Ronielle Montreal"
If we sat on the beach and drank wine and ate great food just you and I, what would you tell me about yourself and your life?
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My dream is to travel around the world, meet amazing people and enjoy the best of what life has to offer. Feeling good makes me feel like sharing hopes, dreams and goals, after a great meal and drink, this is exactly how I would be.
Healthy eating is one of my specialties, and helping others conquer their own body goals is a dream of mine.
Fate is what I believe in, and the people I meet are not accidental encounters. By keeping an open mind, I am sometimes gifted with the reasons why people enter my life, regardless of how we met. After ***ing for half my life, I am happy to say that I maintained friendships with clients who were open to long term relationships, because we mutually enjoyed each other's company (even without continuous money exchange for time).
My dream to travel the world is in the works, as I had experience guiding a tour group of 16 people for 3 weeks a few years back through the Philippines (my parents' homeland). Leading a gay travel group on different vacations was always on my mind, and hopefully I can organize one for the end of this year. I am already a member of a travel company and learning the ropes to make this a reality.
More wine please!