These Men Let Their Achievements Do the Talking

When you do you, good things will happen.
These Men Let Their Achievements Do the Talking
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You might think that it’s not in you to reach online influencer status, but don't jump to conclusions just yet. Your personality, talents, eloquence, or sense of humor can help you get noticed. At the end of the day, people notice a man of substance, even if you aren’t chiseled like a Greek god.

These guys prove that working with what you have can pave the way to online fame:

Nicco Santos

Nicco is a gifted photographer, regularly commissioned by the country’s top magazines to take photos of gorgeous women. He’s also the culinary genius behind Your Local, and was hailed as one of the top 100 chefs in the world.

Jappy Agoncillo

Jappy, a legal management major, is also a graffiti artist. His natural knack for creating street art has led to commissioned work from malls, concerts, and fashion brands.


One of Curtismith’s high points was rapping for Richard Branson when the latter made a Manila visit. You can call him a modern-day poet, spitting confessional lyrics over syncopated beats. His number one rule when creating verses: "You do you."

Gino Santos

Gino is one of the youngest commercial and feature film directors in the country. His unique perspectives shape his art and help him stand out from the rest.

Not everyone is blessed with good looks and a killer body, but that shouldn't stop you from using your work to influence people for the better. It’s all about building your strengths and showcasing them to the world.

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