Relationships don’t just happen, they start somewhere — a simple chat, a joke shared, a question, a helping hand. It always begins with a willingness to open up to others. It’s been said that strangers are friends you haven’t met yet, and it’s true for finding a partner as well. So whether you want to make friends or start a love relationship, allow yourself to interact and engage with new people. So where do you start?
Great things begin from saying yes. It can turn first dates into relationships; challenges into job contracts, and favors into opportunities but sometimes, leaving a foot on the “yes pedal” will drive us up the wall. When the irrational urge to say the Y-word rears its ugly head, remember you are the master of your own happiness. Reclaim what’s yours by learning how to say no.
The beginning of a year signals a fresh start. A lot of people take it as a great time to reevaluate and to set a few resolutions for themselves – dress better, become fitter, or be more assertive at work. These resolutions are often about working on one self, and making changes to be a better version of yourself.
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Ms. Tourism Queen of the Year International 2015
Lack of self-confidence, yes, you heard it right! It was the reason why I hated joining pageants at first. While everyone believed I can do it, I didn't. Until John Robert Powers made it possible and made it happen from speaking, walking, and interacting with other people. JRP helped me develop my overall personality.It all started with JRP! Thank you to my mentors and to John Robert Powers.
Student, Ateneo De Manila University – 1st Year College
Three months ago, I walked into JRP, helpless and unsure of myself. I didn’t know whose help to ask. I was a quiet person and I didn’t like mingling with people. I guess, the greatest obstacle I had to overcome was my inability to truly express myself. Two months of John Robert Powers classes, I have come to know myself in a different but good way. I discovered my potential on many things. I guess the greatest help John Robert Powers gave me was guiding me in knowing myself including my strengths and weaknesses. It’s more of loving and believing yourself rather than comparing yourself with others.
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The Art of the Pitch made its way to the University of Santo Tomas and it was a blast! Watch out for when JRP comes to your school.Learn more »
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