A lot of things that you do, apparently unimportant and sometimes even unconsciously, can reveal a lot of things about your personality. How often you check your phone, how you treat service staff, how much eye contact you make – all these are important cues for someone who wants to know you better. In webcam modeling, as well as any other profession or human interaction, these so-called small things apply, and the way you control them can make the difference between success and failure. By reading this article further, you will find out what impact can a small change have, just like the butterfly effect.
- How often you check your phone. In webcam modeling and not only, checking your phone too often could be a sign of emotional instability. We’re not saying that people who check their phones often have a mental illness, but they rely on technology as a form of therapy. If you or the members you talk to during your public or private sessions spend too much time on the phone, maybe it’s time to change the topic and start talking about something more interesting and enticing;
- How you treat service staff. This will not necessarily be revealed in webcam modeling, but it’s crucial when you are on a first date, for example. If you mistreat the staff, yelling at them, or being rude, you should know that this is a huge red flag for your potential partner. Of course, this doesn’t mean you should be fake, it just means you should pay more attention to the people around you and always be kind because you don’t know what battle or struggle they are going through – maybe it’s their first day on the job, maybe they just had a bad day, etc.;
- How much eye contact you make. In webcam modeling, eye contact is crucial because, since we are talking about long-distance interaction, this is the most intimate form of communication. Reduced eye contact could mean that either you or your members are uncomfortable or insincere, while prolonged and intense eye contact signifies that you feel well in the discussion and that you are attracted to the person in front of you (or at least in front of the camera);
- If you subtly put others down. Our friends at Studio 20 – www.studio20.live, the biggest and most successful non-adult webcam modeling agency in the world, have a great example in this case. Apparently, there is no difference between asking “Do you exercise?” and “You don’t exercise a lot, right?”, but practically there is a huge difference. By phrasing the question like in the second example, you basically imply that the member in front of you is overweight or sedentary;
- Where your eyes go when you drink. Last but not least, if you have a drink with your members, during your webcam modeling private sessions, where your eyes go when you take a sip can reveal a lot about your personality. For example, if you look over the rim of the glass, you’re an extrovert; if you look into the glass, you (or your members) are most likely introverted; and if you close your eyes, you are focused and you have an idealistic take on life.