(Jane Wollman Rusoff | ThinkAdvisor) – Lady of the evening Alice Little is bringing new value to the world’s oldest profession. It’s all part of the 20-something’s ambitious “Million-Dollar Sex Work Business Plan.”
So far, the legal sex worker is making out ahead: With $1.2 million in bookings last year, she is the top earner at the Moonlite Bunny Ranch, Nevada’s best known legal brothel. In an interview with ThinkAdvisor, the conscientious courtesan reveals the secrets to her success.
Little — not her real name — has been a staffer at the Ranch for only three years; but she already operates her business as an LLC, enjoys a growing investment portfolio and employs assistants to handle a range of non-client admin.
In the interview, she talks about her earnings and expenses, as well as her investments and retirement planning, about which more than one advisor counsels her.
Little created her business plan with the goal of booking $1 million in a year’s time. To help attain that, she got busy marketing herself on social media, began blogging and launched a “Coffee with Alice Little” podcast.
Further, she expanded her services to couples and straight single women, all of whom receive her candid brand of sex education and communication techniques to help achieve satisfaction in bed and, she says, beyond.
At the Ranch, Little — true to her fictitious name, she’s four feet, eight inches tall and weighs 80 pounds — is in charge of weekly sales and business training workshops to impart her financial knowledge and sex-work price-negotiation strategies to her colleagues.
But the diminutive redhead has a broader goal: To lead a movement that will bring legal sex work to every U.S. state; right now, prostitution is legal only in Nevada.
As for her investment portfolio, Little favors real estate for retirement planning and already owns some small properties. At this point, she is not invested in stocks or bonds.
Prior to hooking up with the Ranch, the Dublin native who came to the U.S. at age 5 and grew up in New York City and on Long Island, traveled the country lecturing about sex at conventions. Before that, she was a jockey at Belmont race track and an emergency medical technician (EMT). On a whim, she tried legal sex work at the Bunny Ranch. Bingo.
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