The two terms that drags the attention of readers here are ‘Attitude’ and ‘Success.’ These two are contrasting terms but are interconnected with each other through hidden strings. Attitude plays a major role in the success journey of individuals and is known to be the key to success. Having a positive attitude in your life won’t necessarily make you better at your job, but it will improve the way people view you as a person. Similarly, when success starts to knock on the door of individuals, they put their ‘attitude’ forward to open the door. The success comes in if it finds the host propitious and runs back if it is not hosted adequately. Mischaela Elkins is one of those people who knew how to serve success while keeping her attitude in place. For her, the success is called as “Miss Universe 2021,” and the key was her dedication and her determined attitude towards her career as a fashion model.
Success Has No Limits
Mischaela Elkins is an author, model, beauty queen, and businesswoman from the United States. She changed the perspective on success for everyone. She did not treat success as a milestone but as a journey, the journey in which she played different roles. From receiving her runway training from Mandy Dyonne, to being a runway and modeling coach for Elite, IMG, NEXT, The Society, and top global agencies, she has inspired everyone with her own version of success. Success is never limited to a single domain; instead, it converges all the domains into a single one. Notable fashion, jewelry, and cosmetics brands that have cast her as a model include Cle de Peau, Graff, Van Cleef & Arpels, Diane von Furstenburg, and Vera Wang. Her appearances in Lucky, Vogue Italia and Vanity Fair are just a few of many. Also, she has posed for and been appointed a brand ambassador for a wide variety of high-end swimsuit labels, including Agua Bendita, Beach Bunny, and Luli Fama.
Model the Way, Inspire a Shared Vision
Mischaela participated in several fashion shows and contests during her college days. She began her career at an early age, entering Elite’s New Faces Model Call in 2009, where she was one of just three models out of 300 to obtain a callback. Thereafter, she spent ten years working as a model, first full-time for four years and then part-time for another eight, on a variety of special tasks. She’s gotten to where she is through participating in a wide variety of fashion shows and other beauty-related ventures. She is a 2020 nominee for the IGM Model of the Year Award and the Victoria’s Secret ‘Bombshell Because’ Award. She also won the titles of Miss Elite Beauty Peru and Miss Model Beauty Peru in the same year she placed in the top five in the Miss Jetset modeling competition.