Confidence is a massive part of the cam industry for so many models in one way or another. Sometimes it can make or break your confidence depending on how your shift went, the trick is to try not to be so reliant on it to fuel your confidence in the first place. That doesn't mean that you shouldn't feel great, but simply to not allow it to be knocked down easily, or be so dependent on your experience that day.
This was one of the points I brought up in 'Top Ten Tips for Becoming a Successful Webcam Model' and it's a great way to increase customer productivity so let's get into some more detail about the best ways to go about this.
We briefly touched on this topic in "Top Ten Tips for Becoming a Successful Webcam Girl," but it's time to delve into some details. You may have already been in the cam industry for a while, but you're not quite sure who you want to portray yourself as, maybe you want to change that, or maybe you're completely new to this, and you're trying to work out where to start, hopefully this can give you a few ideas on how to get there.
If you're a cam model, then one of your number one priorities should be to have good lighting and general set up to ensure you don't lose customers in those first few moments of them viewing you.
Let me start off by saying that if you feel uncomfortable or unhappy with performing dominant sessions on cam, then you don't have to. You have the freedom to decide what you do and do not do in this job. If someone asks you, all you have to say is something along the lines of, "I'm sorry I do not cater to this however, there are lots of girls on the site that do. Good luck!" Of course you might lose out on a customer and some extra income, but it is more important to be happy within your job and what you do.
Luckily, due to the websites in place and the way the industry is currently run, it's fairly easy to stay safe online. However, there are always precautions you need to take and things to keep in mind in order to protect your identity and keep yourself safe.