Rules of Profit for Miztress Sophie

Rules of Profit for Miztress Sophie

  • Once you have their money … never give it back.
  • If they want their money back, tell them to Fuck Off!
  • You can’t cheat an honest slave, but you can try!
  • The best deal is the one that brings the most profit.
  • Sex and profit are two things that never last long enough.
  • Never pay more for an acquisition than You have to.
  • If You can’t break a contract, bend it.
  • Never allow anyone to stand in the way of opportunity. 
  • A Miztress is only worth the sum of Her possessions.
  • Keep Your eyes and ears open. 
  • Keep count of your small transactions.
  • An unhappy customer won’t buy as much as a happy one.
  • Knowledge equals profit.
  • Only a fool passes up a business opportunity.
  • Home is where the heart is, but slaves are where the money is.
  • Gold is the only thing that shines.
  • Gold tarnishes, but slaves are forever.
  • The most beautiful thing about a slave, is what You do with it after you break it.
  • The vast majority of the rich did not inherit their wealth, they stole it!
  • Small print leads to large risk. 
  • Opportunity plus instinct equals profit. 
  • Greed is eternal. 
  • Worshipers make good business partners.
  • When someone says, “It’s not the money.” they’re lying.
  • Be careful about what you sell: You don’t want it to do what the slave expects.
  • Pursue profit; slaves will come later.
  • Friendship is seldom cheap; and never profitable.
  • Talk is cheap, understanding costs money.
  • Anything worth selling is worth selling twice.
  • Anything worth doing is worth doing for money.
  • A bargain usually isn’t.
  • Money talks, but having lots of it gets You more attention.
  • Miztress’ stable is full of people who trusted the wrong person.
  • Profit has limits. Loss has none.
  • Never use money when your words will do.
  • Compassion is no substitute for profit.
  • Youth and Beauty will always overcome Old age and wisdom.
  • When the slave is sweating, turn up the heat!
  • Anything stolen is pure profit.
  • You could afford Your lifestyle without the government; if it wasn’t for the government!
  • Never admit a mistake if there’s someone else to blame.
  • Never buy anything you can’t sell.
  • Power without profit is like a ship without sails.
  • Don’t talk shop; talk shopping.
  • Don’t talk ship; talk shipping.
  • Get the money first, then let the buyers worry about getting the merchandise.
  • Gambling and trade have two things in common; risk and profit.
  • Never trust advice from a competitor; listen, but don’t trust.
  • Never just take the last coin, be sure you got all the rest first.
  • Acting stupid is often smart. 
  • There’s a slave born every minute.
  • If it works, sell it. If it works well, sell it for more. If it doesn’t work quadruple the price, and sell it as an antique!
  • A deal is a deal … until a better one comes along. 
  • A contract is a contract is a contract (but only between Miztresses). 
  • A Miztress without profit is no Miztress at all. 
  • Satisfaction is not guaranteed. 
  • A smart slave is not a good slave.
  • Revenge is not profitable.
  • Trust is the biggest liability of all.
  • When at a business meeting, it never hurts to wear something hot.
  • Beware of small expenses; a small leak will sink a ship.
  • If you want to keep a secret from a competitor, don’t tell it to a slave.
  • Everyone that has no owner, needs one.
  • A Miztress not dressing sexy, and using her female gifts, is like a man without a penis.
  • Never place friendship above profit. 
  • Money is never made; it is only won or lost.
  • Buy, sell, or get out of the way.
  • Everything is for sale; even freedom.
  • A wise Miztress can hear profit in the wind. 
  • Nothing is more important than your health–except for your money. 
  • There’s nothing more dangerous than an honest businesswoman. 
  • Slaves are good for business. 
  • Slaves may touch Your body but never Your money. 
  • Profit is its own reward. 
  • Never confuse wisdom with luck. 
  • Expand, or die. 
  • As the slaves go, so goes the wise Miztress.
  • Don’t trust someone wearing better clothes than Your own.
  • The bigger the smile, the sharper the knife. 
  • A friend is only a friend until you make him buy something; then he is a slave.
  • A friend in need is a slave in the making.
  • A friend in need means three times the profit. 
  • One person’s secret is Miztress’ opportunity.
  • Just when you think things can’t be worse; the government will be knocking on your door.
  • Wounds heal, but debt is forever.
  • Males and finance don’t mix.
  • A lie isn’t a lie until someone knows the truth.
  • Keep your lies consistant.
  • A good lie is easier to believe than the truth.
  • A lie isn’t really a lie; it’s just the truth seen from a different point of view.
  • There’s always a catch.
  • Slaves don’t dance the tango.
  • A slave in need will do anything for free.
  • Never ask when You can take. 
  • Good customers are as rare as gold — treasure them. 
  • There is no substitute for success. 
  • Free advice is seldom cheap. 
  • Only give money to people you know you can steal from.
  • Never offer a confession when a bribe will do.
  • If they ask if you are a god: The RIGHT answer is YES!
  • The riskier the road, the greater the profit. 
  • Genius without opportunity is like gold in a mine.
  • Win or lose, there’s always wine. 
  • Three things you should never talk about to a slave: Sex, religion and taxes.
  • Home is where the heart is … but the stars are made of gold. 
  • Every once in a while, be nice to Your Army. It confuses the hell out of Your slaves. 
  • Drive your business or it will drive you.
  • When the slave leaves the money stops a-comin’
  • A madman with money means profit without return.
  • All the world is a stage; don’t forget to demand admission!
  • The flimsier the product, the higher the price. 
  • Never let the competition know what You’re thinking. 
  • Never trust a hardworking employee.
  • You have to keep busy, to make profit.
  • Ask not what Your profits can do for you, but what you can do for your profits. 
  • Enough … is never enough. 
  • When the devil arrives to offer you a business opportunity; it’s time to leave town.
  • Give someone a fish, You feed him for a day. Teach someone to fish and you lose a steady customer.
  • When everything fails… run!
  • Don’t trust anyone who trusts you.
  • Never deal with beggars; it’s bad for profits.
  • Every slave has his price.
  • The only value of a slave is that you can someday get someone to pay You for it.
  • Trust is the biggest liability of all. 
  • Nature decays, but gold lasts forever. 
  • Sleep can interfere with profit.
  • Faith moves mountains … of clips and mp3s. 
  • There is no honor in poverty. 
  • Necessity may be the mother of invention; but profit is the father.
  • Law makes everyone equal; Justice goes to the highest bidder.
  • Miztress’ don’t give promotional gifts.
  • Dignity and an empty sack is worth the sack. 
  • Treat anyone in Your debt like slaves … exploit them. 
  • Never have sex with Your slaves. 
  • You can’t free a fish from water. 
  • Everything is for sale, even friendship. 
  • Only pay for it if you’re confronted by a loaded gun.
  • Even a blind man can recognize the glow of money. 
  • Slaves serve, Miztress inherits. 
  • Teaching a slave to clean saves the cleaning bill.
  • Only fools pay retail. 
  • Pride comes before a loss.
  • Beware of any slave who thinks with his gonads.
  • Never allow one’s beliefs to get in the way of the one universal goal: profit.
  • Never underestimate the value of a first impression.
  • A thirsty slave is good for profits; a drunk one is not.
  • The answer to quick and easy profit: Buy for less, sell for more.
  • Make your store easy to find.
  • The difference between manure and money is called commerce.
  • You are surrounded by opportunities; You just have to know where to look!
  • Time is money: The early Miztress gets the money.
  • Sometimes what you get for free, costs entirely too much.
  • The slave’s money is only Yours when he can’t get it back.
  • There’s nothing wrong with charity … as long as it winds up in your pocket. 
  • Never give away for free what can be sold.
  • If you’re going to have to endure hardship, then make yourself comfortable.
  • Even in the worst of times someone turns a profit. 
  • Don’t fight with the slaves, let them fight with each other.
  • Whisper your way to success.
  • Know your slaves … but do business with them always. 
  • Not even dishonesty can tarnish the shine of profit. 
  • Let others keep their reputation. You keep their money. 
  • Hear all, trust nothing. 
  • Never cheat a slave … unless You are sure You can get away with it. 
  • Beware of relatives bearing gifts.
  • It’s always good business to know about new customers before they walk in the door. 
  • If you can sell it, don’t hesitate to steal it.
  • The justification for profit is profit. 
  • New customers are like wild pigs. They can be succulent, but sometimes they can bite back. 
  • Share… and perish.
  • Sometimes the only thing more dangerous than a question is an answer. 
  • Slaves are rungs on the ladder of success. Don’t hesitate to step on them. 
  • Never begin a negotiation on an empty stomach. 
  • Always know what You’re buying. 
  • Beware the man who doesn’t make time for sex. 
  • Money lasts longer than lust. 
  • You can’t buy fate. 
  • Never be afraid to mislabel a product. 
  • More is good … all is better. 
  • A boyfriend is a luxury … a smart accountant is a necessity. 
  • A wealthy Miztress can afford anything except a conscience.
  • Never allow doubt to tarnish Your love of money. 
  • When in doubt, lie. 
  • Deep down everyone’s greedy.
  • All relationships should be adjusted, if it serves profit.
  • Whenever you exploit someone, it never hurts to thank them. In that way, it is easier to exploit them next time.
  • No good deed ever goes unpunished. 
  • When the messenger comes to appropriate your profits, kill the messenger.
  • Time, like gold, is a highly limited commodity.
  • Always inspect the merchandise before making a deal.
  • Slaves are slaves, but money is better.
  • Exploitation begins online.
  • Never buy when you can receive Tributes.
  • More is good; all is better.
  • The truth will cost.
  • If you can’t sell it, sit on it. Never give it away.
  • A warranty is only valid if they can find you.
  • Let the buyer beware.
  • Only a fool negotiates with their own money.
  • When in doubt; demand more money.
  • Unwritten rule:
  • When no appropriate rule applies, make one up!

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