Dazzling Marcia likes to think that she listens very well, and believes that when it comes to personal relationships, listening is the only skill that really makes a difference. She loves to get out and explore the nightlife of the city, finding great new places for entertainment and having fun. She loves to go to comedy clubs and concerts and is very good at locating new chances to have fun while exploring the city. Staying home, she believes, is an utter waste of time, and she thinks the greatest thing you can do wrong in this world is explore all the wonderful opportunities that exist for you to have fun out there. Her personal philosophy is rooted in this concept.
Marcia explains that she read in an Indian holy book that the greatest mystery in life is the idea that we all live as though we’re going to be immortal. Yet we die every day as human beings, and those of us left behind never seem to want to acknowledge that fact, as if mortality just doesn’t apply to us. She further explains that maybe some people just believe if they live in denial it will never occur to them. They don’t think about an inevitable future they can’t change because there will always be time later on to worry about it, or so they think, until the day that later never comes and they are forced to face reality.
“I think this idea that there will always be time later on is a horrifyingly bad philosophy,” she says. “We all have such short lives. If we live thinking that we should play it safe, that we have plenty of time and therefore there’s no point in taking risks, then we never really extend ourselves and put ourselves out there to do great things and have wonderful adventures. When your whole life flashes before you at the end, do you want to be bored by that reply? Or do you want to be proud of what you did, and proud of the risks that you took, and realize that, even though your time is up, you truly lived while you could? I think it would be terribly sad to look back in regret.”
Marcia goes on to explain that she believes we should take advantage of every single minute we get as if it were the most precious resource available to us. “You owe yourself that attitude change,” she says. “Every single time you wake up, every morning that your feet hit the floor, you should never be thinking about later. There is no later. There is only what you can accomplish right now. Every day, charge out of bed grateful for the gift of your life, and determined to accomplish your goals. You should set those goals every morning. Do it formally. Keep a list. Write it down and you can then check it off as you go about your day. Make fulfilling your goals and meeting your list a big part of what you do every day. That sense of empowerment and accomplishment will give you the mental and emotional boost you need to keep going and keep doing things each day.”
“Escorts are all about seizing opportunity,” Marcia explains. “A good escort has got to be able to embrace, not just change, but opportunity. She’s got to be willing to live her dreams. That’s what I do, every single day. I live my dreams. I have this endless party to attend. No matter what day it is, when I get my schedule, I have an endless amount of enjoyment ahead of me. It’s my version of traveling the world, except I’m not waiting. I’m not going to get to the end of my life and then scramble to make my dreams come true. I’m living my dreams now, and so I know that if anything happens to prevent what I’m trying to do, I’ll have had what I wanted when it mattered.”
Marcia believes the key to accomplishing all of this is a relentlessly positive attitude. “People respond best to positivity,” she says. “They want leaders and friends around them who help them to light up, who bring them joy and lift their spirits. They want to know that there are people around them who not only share their burdens, but who can help them respond to those burdens and triumph over them. I think this is the essence of hope. It’s the idea of helping people. Hope is about that shared bond among men and women who face the adversity of life and just take it on, no matter what, helping each other along so that everyone benefits. I feel hopeful just thinking about life in those terms. I suppose a lot of people probably do.”