Before joining JRP, it was a struggle for me to express myself. I was hesitant and unsure of what I want to set for myself. Even telling my parents that I took an assessment in JRP was hard for me. Yes, I went to JRP without them knowing. It was a relief when I told them and they encouraged me to enroll. After a year of personality development program, I developed my confidence, and changed my perspective. JRP made me realize what I am capable of and what more I can do. They helped me improved physically, emotionally, and mentally. JRP led me to a path of positivity and openness towards myself and others.
Heatwave Industrial Sales – Product Design Engineer
JRP emphasizes the importance of being confident and sensitive – that is JRP’s philosophy of happiness. These two go hand in hand if a person wants to find happiness in life. Happiness is always in between caring for one’s self and for others – be yourself not only for your own but also for others. I must say from my experiences of failures and successes, it is like walking on a tight rope – balancing between believing that you can shape your own life and believing that you can shape your own life and believing that others can shape it, too. Yet if one comes to believe that he can do everything better than everyone, he feels nothing but inferiority that drains the life out of him / her. Our lives always need a delicate balance of confidence and sensitivity to keep us from falling into inferiority, jealousy, and unhappiness. JRP, through its personality development program, helped find my own balance. The image makeover sessions really helped me feel good about myself and made me realize that I can be the person that I wanted to be. The social etiquette and voice communication classes highlighted the value of respecting and appreciating one another’s culture, religion, and lifestyles, and that made me realize that my story is just one of the many but nonetheless fascinating and significant enough to be shared. My JRP experience overall has been educational and reflective, and I am looking forward sharing what I have learned in my own way.
Setting my foot at JRP is just a dream before, but now that a dream of mine became a reality. I am now a proud alumna of John Robert Powers. Looking back several years ago, I just stared at the billboards of JRP telling myself that one day after I graduate from college and I already am earning my own money, I will enroll myself at this prestigious center. The things that I have learned from JRP are the very helpful lessons / learning I will cherish for a lifetime.
Former HR Officer at Toshiba, Personality Development Program Level 1
Solutions Enablement Supervisor
I wish I learned these things back when I was still in elementary. If I did, I would be unstoppable (just kidding). I hope that our education system in the Philippines considers adapting the courses I learned here so that many Filipinos will raise the bar on how they interact with other people.
Polytechnic University of the Philippines + UX Designer
Personality Development Program Level III
Director of Primary Law, Reed Elsevier Phils.
Associate Trainer at VXI
C.H.I.L.D. Preschool, Teacher
Since attending the classes at JRP, I find myself having more pride in how I look and present myself. I learned how to take better care of myself, how to better choose my clothes and gain a better understanding of myself, what I have been doing right, what I have been doing wrong and what I need to improve. I now have an idea of the path I need to follow to become a better me.
JRP is a good school. The instructors will share their knowledge in their subject. I learned from them. However, it take time and practice to adopt the knowledge they shared. I think, one set of class/program is not enough. I need to enroll / learn more and practice more.
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