Face Reading In our series – FACES-EVIL-LOVE-POWER, today former CEO of PG&E. Who do you want us to read next week? XoXo Susan susan@humanbehaviorlab.com Born Geisha J. Jimenez in Cuba. At the age of five, Geisha migrated to the US with her parents. She become Geisha Williams marrying Jay Williams, and they have 2 daughters.…

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The faces of Power-Jeff Bezos-Pros & Con by his Face I don’t need to introduce this gentleman. Enjoy the reading. PROS  Ears Stick Out: He’s an independent self-starter who will do things his own way.  Nothing like Amazon existed before he came along. Round Forehead:  A creative problem-solver.  Can think outside the box and again…

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One example of Face Reading – Eyebrow If your client has Pointy or Angled eyebrows, you are NOT in charge. People with Angled or Pointed Eyebrows (definite up and down) PRIORITIES: Being mentally in control is priority Need to be right Carefully evaluate How to communicate to them: This type is the boss–the owner of…

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Face Reading, Thin slices, Proxemics, and Eyebrows LOW EYEBROWS   Face Reading (FR), or Physiognomy We have been talking about this concept for a while already. But something most people do not realize is that FR allows you to see people in an objective and not subjective way. What you see is what you get…

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BIG EARS- How they interact in LOVE-WORK-TEAM BUILDING-KIDS and everyday life. 1* free class. Check every week for new articles and free training for new ways to better communicate. The ears are the antennas of our body, the way to introduce information, content, and concepts to our brain. As with any antenna, the size, the…

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How to sell “me” anything based on my face What to learn from a horrible sales experience     HUMAN BEHAVIOR LAB  We work on unlocking the science behind Human Behavior, Micro-Expression, Body Language, Deception-Detection, Statement Analysis, Face Reading (Physiognomy), and Personality types through research and teaching.   Did you ever go on the horrible journey to…

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