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First of all, what is a go-see? A go-see is basically an audition for models where you can meet with an agency, a manager, or a designer. So, when you to a casting call or a go-see, remember that the rule of thumb is to keep your styling to a minimum! What you really should be bringing with you is your natural beauty and talent -- these are what they should remember the most about you.

First impressions matter, so here is a guideline from John Robert Powers on how you can nail your first go see. Join our Free Pageant Training HERE and stand a chance to attend a go see!

A go see is an interview or an audition for models. If you have the confidence, self-esteem, and the capability to show how well you can project the client’s concepts, you’ll get the job. Take note of these tips:

The font choices you make are as important as the clothes you decide to wear. For example, no matter how nice the suit a person is wearing, your impression of them could be ruined if they’re wearing dirty, beat-up sneakers. Your typography may only be 10% of your presentation deck, but it’ll have a major impact on how your audience absorbs the information you’re giving them.

An excellent presentation can be the deciding factor in any type of meeting. Do you have everything you need for your presentation? Great! The fundamental goal in any presentation is for it to change the audience in one way or another so here’s how to make sure that your audience remembers what you’re saying:

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I have learned the best and important part of my life from JRP which is confidence. My journey in JRP has always been helpful, the sessions were very attractive, practical, goal-oriented and emotional, too. I personally started benefitting and saw the improvement in myself from all of the sessions/ class I have attended.


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Far Eastern University Manila, 3rd Year
Personality Development Program Level III

John Robert Powers taught me how to be the best of myself. My facilitators also taught me how to be confident, how to look good with other people, and to socialize with everyone. They taught me to become the best Shaine I can be. Thank you, JRP!


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John Robert Powers - Makati Branch

4/F Casmer Building 195 Salcedo Street, Makati City

Philippines

(02) 892 9511

(0917) 596 0939

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Ground Floor, Cinderella Building, 825 EDSA, Quezon City

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(02) 927 0465

(0917) 501 8295