“Have a good show. Variety and originality are good. Be clean. Be attractive. Have fun or act like you’re enjoying yourself. Comedy is a must. Talk to patrons. Circulate the crowd. Come back again. Maybe the patron just wasn’t ready.”
Customers want you to know:
They like comedy and personality.
Body language is very important.
Clients like you to communicate your limits and expectations.
Good clients want you to enjoy your experience too.
Surprisingly, most customers would rather pass on business advice to you than tell you how to do your job. Clients advise you to save your money, create a future, and don’t waste money on drinking or drugs. Keep your appointments. And remember that repeat business is good.