Modeling as Your Job

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    [synopsis] => I too like you dreamed of someday becoming a model and seeing myself on a giant billboard on 42d street and Time Square. But unlike you in those days the early 1980s there were no books on the subject of becoming a Model or very few. So after having doors slammed in my face and losing money on useless schools, pictures and three years of my life trying to make a career I gave up my dream of ever becoming a Model. However through mi trials I have learned a great deal. One day a friend who was starting his own career as a Model asked, How do I go about landing an agent? So I told him what little I remembered. It turned out that the little. I knew was a lot of information. He turned to me and said, Why if you know so much wont you manage my career? I replied, I cant manage you, you have to mange yourself At point the seed was planted for this book. So I began a quest researching books, talking with people in the business and interviewing fashion designers to understand what they are looking for in a Model This book was born Modeling As Your Job A step-by-step guild on how you can become a working Model.
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