A few snaps of me and some of my fellow instructors at John Robert Powers after a meeting.

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With my fellow instructors Miss Ning and Miss Happy at John Robert Powers. Miss Ning teaches Wardrobe, Visual Poise, Image Make-over and Runaway while Miss Happy handles most of the classes for kids and pre-teens.

With my fellow instructors Miss Ning and Miss Happy at John Robert Powers. Miss Ning teaches Wardrobe, Visual Poise, Image Make-over and Runaway while Miss Happy handles most of the classes for kids and pre-teens.

With my fellow instructors Miss Ning and Miss Happy at John Robert Powers. Miss Ning teaches Wardrobe, Visual Poise, Image Make-over and Runaway while Miss Happy handles most of the classes for kids and pre-teens.

HANDLING MEDIA INTERVIEWS

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Have you ever come across a celebrity you admire so much for the looks and talent, only to be disappointed after hearing a live interview on television?  How about politicians and the way they answer questions thrown at them during ambush interviews? Does it not amaze you when high-profile executives answer queries about a crisis their company is going through yet they do it with so much class and ease?

 

Handling interviews is one of the skills a person can master, even if he/she is not a celebrity, a politician or an executive. Since we live in a democratic country, we are all entitled to share our opinions; we never know when our personal thoughts on a national issue might be needed, so it pays to know and be prepared.

 

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