UL­TI­MATE CLIENT SAT­IS­FAC­TION

Apart from help­ing achieve fi­nan­cial goals, Ja­cob Levy’s ex­pe­ri­ences as an es­cort have also been con­scious­ness rais­ing.

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DNA: Tell us a lit­tle about you and how you got into es­cort­ing? Ja­cob Levy: I’m 23 and from Syd­ney, Aus­tralia. I first started es­cort­ing in early 2013 when I met my boyfriend, Beau Valen­tine, who was work­ing at an agency. To­gether, we moved to an­other Syd­ney agency and slowly gath­ered a few reg­u­lars and be­gan work­ing strictly pri­vately by Oc­to­ber. Are there things you won’t do with clients that you do with your boyfriend? Buy a dog, which we did! Her name is Isis. What do you like about es­cort­ing? That no two re­quests are ever the same. I have met people from all over the coun­try and from all walks of life and still en­joy the feel­ing of de­liv­er­ing ul­ti­mate cus­tomer sat­is­fac­tion. What are your strengths? I have es­tab­lished a strong re­la­tion­ship with my reg­u­lar clients, many of whom have seen mul­ti­ple es­corts be­fore me. I keep hear­ing that they en­joy the more per­son­able ser­vice I of­fer. I am very open-minded and have the view that noth­ing is weird, just dif­fer­ent to what you’re used to. What are your weak­nesses? In my younger years, I in­dulged in Syd­ney’s party scene a lit­tle too heav­ily. I still re­main eas­ily per­suaded to make ter­ri­ble, but of­ten fun, de­ci­sions be­cause of my party phi­los­o­phy! But nowa­days I’m a bit of a clean freak and gym and health food junkie which re­sults in me wast­ing count­less dol­lars on or­ganic and whole food op­tions. What have you learnt about yourself since you started es­cort­ing? I have broad­ened my sex­ual bound­aries in so many ways, more than your edi­tor will let me say! Other as­pects of life that seemed com­pletely ridicu­lous to me be­fore have now be­come clearer due to the fact I have learned there are a mil­lion paths to hap­pi­ness and ev­ery sin­gle per­son walks a dif­fer­ent path. The trick to es­cort­ing is to “es­cort” each per­son along their own in­di­vid­ual path. As a re­sult, I have be­come more em­pa­thetic, a bet­ter judge of char­ac­ter, braver and de­vel­oped more con­fi­dence than I ever thought pos­si­ble. Was es­cort­ing what you thought it would be? Hon­estly… it wasn’t as first. But af­ter leav­ing the agency I dis­cov­ered it can be com­pletely what you make of it. I never take any job that I don’t want to. There­fore it is ex­actly what I want it to be and I can give it my all. What do you like to do with clients? What do I like to do? Shop­ping! But it isn’t about what I like, is it? Most of the time I en­joy a din­ner or at least a drink at the com­mence­ment of our time to­gether. Just to get to know each other face-to-face and give me a chance to learn the client’s spe­cific de­sires and ex­pec­ta­tions.

I’ve learned that there are a mil­lion paths to hap­pi­ness… The trick to es­cort­ing is to ‘es­cort’ each per­son along their own in­di­vid­ual path.

What do you ap­pre­ci­ate most from clients? Re­spect is num­ber one. I re­ally love it when I am con­tacted by some­one with a par­tic­u­lar goal in mind – whether it’s to boost their con­fi­dence at a school re­union or to ex­pe­ri­ence male in­ti­macy for the first time – and then af­ter­wards re­ceiv­ing a mes­sage or a call de­scrib­ing ex­actly how they felt about our time to­gether. What was the cra­zi­est re­quest you re­ceived? To be “owned” by a high pro­file client as a live-in. How did that work out? It didn’t. What’s your ad­vice to guys want­ing to start es­cort­ing? Merely to be com­pletely sure this is the type of in­dus­try you wish to en­ter into. Many see the prom­ise and al­lure of big dol­lars and be­ing por­trayed as this fig­ure of ul­ti­mate de­sire but, with­out the per­son­al­ity and work ethic, many end up find­ing that isn’t the case. What’s your long-term goal? To earn enough money to buy a house with my boyfriend.

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