Top 5 Things a Model Should Never Say Out Loud According to Modelpromoter.com Becoming a top model isn't easy. People outside the industry may think it's just about being beautiful, but it takes a lot more than that to reach high levels of success in the modeling world. West Hollywood (I- Newswire) November 09, 2011 - Becoming a top model isn't easy. People outside the industry may think it's just about being beautiful, but it takes a lot more than that to reach high levels of success in the modeling world. Certain qualities that help include self- awareness, poise and tact, which is why ModelPromoter.com (the same site that recently compiled a very useful list of DIY hair care techniques) wants you to watch what you say. It could mean the difference between turning someone off and booking your dream modeling job. To get you started, here are a few key phrases they think you should avoid saying: 1. God, these clothes are heinous. Regardless of what you think of what you're asked to wear, your job is to model it like you think you look amazing, so do that. Remember: You're not being hired for your opinions. 2. I have to go meet someone.... If you're serious about your career, you'll put opportunity above your personal life. At least as far as others are concerned. Making it seem like modeling isn't your highest priority makes you seem like you're not dedicated. And no client wants to hire someone like that. 3. Sorry I look fat. Don't comment on how you look! First of all, you should always look your best. But even if you think you're having an off day, why call others' attention to it? Try to exude confidence and hope that it helps people see you in a positive light. Besides, they may not agree with you, so you certainly don't want to plant any seeds. 4. What is that smell? It doesn't matter whether something smells or what it smells like. Keep it to yourself. If someone passed gas, it's human. And they certainly weren't trying to claim it, else they would have done that themselves. No one likes a finger pointer, so don't even think of suggesting places the smell (that you shouldn't be talking about in the first place) could have come from. 5. Boy, this is taking a long time! Oh, we're sorry. Did you have something better to be doing? Patience is a virtue and one that will benefit you to apply to go- sees and job preparations. You're choosing to be somewhere for the benefit of your modeling; don't complain about it! It's not becoming. For more tips on how to be a better model, visit the Modeling Advice Blog at ModelPromoter.com.
Additional Resources About Model Promoter: Model Promoter helps talent become the next top model through high level education and networking with photographers, agencies, and employers. Company Contact Information: Model Promoter Maya Burkenroad 8581 Santa Monica Blvd. #703 90069 Phone: 310-968-6292 Published in: Art & Entertainment Tags: model modeling top model modelpromoter.com modelpromoter how to be a model how to be a top model model promoter Published on: November 09, 2011
Published on Nov 9, 2011
Becoming a top model isn't easy. People outside the industry may think it's just about being beautiful, but it takes a lot more than that to...