Enrolling in JRP is truly a great opportunity that opened every door to people like me, who once was a Mimosa Pudica (Makahiya) plant. I resemble myself a lot to this plant – a shy plant that always hides. When I enrolled in JRP, they helped me realized that I should inhale confidence rather than exhale doubts because beautiful things could happen from the moment you decide to be yourself. As of now, with all the things I learned in JRP in the past weeks, I’m still in the process of discovering myself; slowly getting rid of the things that hinder me from turning into a flower in full bloom. To all my teachers and to everyone in JRP, thank you for helping me become a better person. JRP got the POWER to unleash your potential!
University of Sto. Tomas, Grade 12
I had a great three weeks in JRP. My classmates made classes more exciting. We built this relationship which made my JRP classes memorable. They also helped me feel more confident in what I do.
De La Salle University, Freshman
John Robert Powers has shown me new ways of expressing myself and perceiving the world; from body language to eye contact, from believability to communication. JRP has made me realize the social responsibilities I carry and has taught me the various skills and techniques to improve upon them, thus helping me to attain better relationships with people. What I’ve learned here in John Robert Powers will surely helped me make the world a better place in my own little way.
Reedley International, Grade 12
John Robert Powers has taught me the basics of excluding confidence, the right stance, the right way of walking and being myself.
Ateneo De Manila University, Freshman
I went to JRP a year ago and I believe that all that I’ve learned in JRP has benefited me even until now. JRP helped me gain confidence in social encounters. I found it easier to make new friends on my first year in college as compared to before I was trained in JRP. I’m thankful to JRP for helping me boost my confidence especially when I meet new people who are of radically different backgrounds.
University of the Philippines, Freshman
I am Angela Que. I’m glad I joined John Robert Powers. It positively contributed to my way of life by boosting my confidence and helping me believe in myself. It made me realize and instill in my mind that, “If I don’t believe in myself, who else will?” That question made a great impact in me and made me what to be the best that I can be. It made me aware of the importance of presenting myself to others. It taught me proper etiquette, manners, posture, dressing, and among others—all of which are vital in developing my personality.
When I first started my day in JRP, I was pretty shy and I did not like how to talk to strangers like the waiters or guards. I did not know what to expect here in JRP but as the days past, I grew more comfortable, especially in communicating with other people. The friends I have made here are so great to be with and open with anything. JRP was really worth it. Thank you, JRP!
DLSU College of St. Benilde
Personality Development Program Level III
Assumption College – 2nd Year
Personality Development Program Level II
Before I studies at JRP, I didn’t know how to sit and stand or even talk or communicate properly. I’m not actually shy. I just don’t know how to approach people I don’t know. Before I can’t wear anything I want because I’m afraid people will judge and discriminate me but now I can go outside wearing what I want with my chin up and with straight body. I just don’t care anymore. I really did learn a lot. Thanks!
Personality Development Program Level II
Before I enrolled in JRP, I was the typical shy-type girl. I could speak in front of a crowd but I couldn’t do it without my knees nervously shaking or my hands fidgeting with whatever I could hold on to. I also had a hard time talking to people on the phone, whether I was supposed to pick up a call or make a delivery. At that time, I could bravely keep any conversation flowing and I could approach someone I didn’t know, which meant that I had trouble making an order in restaurants. Besides that, I wasn’t very much aware of a lot of social etiquettes that may have made me look ignorant. After enrolling at JRP, all of that changed. I now look and speak confidently. I stand taller and do things with poise and I also take better care of myself. JRP has definitely brought out the best in me and I’m sure that it will do the same to a lot of other people.
Philippine Science High School, Grade 8
John Robert Powers helped me boost my confidence. I became well-mannered and a better person. It helped me communicate with different people and widen my thoughts of proper manners. I became more dedicated to reach my goals. John Robert Powers staff and facilitators are very approachable and hands-on with their students. I am very thankful to them because they helped me improve myself.
St. Joseph’s College, Grade 10
The most fundamental aspects of a person’s happiness is his interactions with himself and his dealings with others. A man who does not understand the inner workings of himself is doomed to be miserable with others. JRP teaches a myriad of tools for self and social interactions. It is unimaginably helpful, I’ve gotten happier after applying these in real life. People like me more! Most importantly, I like myself more. This is only fifty percent of what JRP taught me. The other fifty is focused on the physical aspect of my person. I used to be sexy before but now I’m jaw-droppingly hunk. Just kidding, I just got way more attractive, I guess.
Philippine Science High School, Grade 10
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