Pre-Enslavement Self Training
There are things someone who wants to be a slave can do both on her own and with others to prepare for eventual ownership. The problem is deciding what it is that you believe you need to know. If you have someone who has experience as an Owner or as a slave to advise you and help keep you from following some dead ends that others may fall into is a good idea. If you are in school, don't do anything even remotely permanent before you graduate. You will be much more useful and a greater prize for a future owner with your degree than without it.
The first thing you must decide is what sort of sub/slave/property you want to be. Is it general or something more specific? Think about what skills you should know for the various types of service you could be performing. Unless you want to submit only to kinky play and/or sex, then you will need to know basic domestic duties. Think about everything the traditional housewife does and learn the basics of it. Cooking, cleaning, mending, child raising, basic home repairs, etc. Find things you can do while you are waiting. Slaves often must wait on their owners or they find time on their hands when everything else is done so you need something you can do when you have a few hours and something you can easily pick up and put down when you have a few minutes. Find crafts or hobbies that you enjoy doing and learn them.
The second thing is to decide what you want and don't want in an owner. Make a list of everything you can think of and then separate it into three groups. Those groups are the absolutely must have, which must the smallest group. The second is the want to have list and the third is the it would be nice to have but is not needed. If you only want to be owned by a man, then that goes into the first list because it is an either/or item. It is or it is not. Anything that can have a scale applied to it should be in the second group. You might want someone who is well off to wealthy but how much is your upper or lower limits of acceptability? Maybe you would accept someone who is still working their way up the income ladder and is only making $50K a year now but in three years might be making $100K. If you want a minimum of $100K a year but he only makes $95K, but is great in every other aspect, would you still accept him? If it has any sort of gray area, group two at the most. The third group might be something like you would love it if he drove a BMW but as long as he can drive and has a car you will be satisfied which is part of group two. The final question there is how much of any of the three groups are you willing to drop if other things seem to be what you want? This is something you can spend months working on and revising as you learn more.
The next to last thing is to learn, learn, learn. The more you read and research and see how other people are living as Master and slave the more you will understand what is possible and not just a fantasy. Learn from as many people as possible including what not to do and what you don't want to do or be.
There is one last item and I know many people will have problems with, but while you are still without a Master, if you can find someone who is safe, knowledgeable and willing to work with you, you can learn first if this is really for you and second more about doing it by temporarily submitting to someone as training. If you are wanting to submit to someone out of one the Traditions, or recognizable groups with a shared culture such as the Leather Families or Goreans, they are more likely to do this seriously than people who create everything from scratch. It means you start to learn their traditions and culture before you start serving as well as while serving someone. The exact details, limitations if any, duration, etc. would be worked out beforehand so you will know what to expect and what will be expected of you.
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