About Face

aboutface-frontcoverThe art of Physiognomy or interpreting faces goes back to Aristotle in 500 BC, but it was notarized by Judge Jones in the 1930s, who realized that the true innocent had specific facial features.

You will be able to learn how pace your conversations with people you’ve just met and being able to engage them as though you have been friends for years. You will be able to increase your sales stats while reducing your ratios, selling more with less time.

Imagine being able to tell how to structure your conversation with people when you first meet them to suite their comfort. You will build rapport with your prospects and even personal relationships by understanding the traits they possess on their face.

Here’s an example of what you can know about someone the first time you meet them: 

Balance and Proportion: 

Left side of he body is mother 
Right side of the body is father 
Left brain father 
Right brain mother 
Upper zone: hairline to eyebrow = inherited 
Intellectual faculties 
Well developed = bright, resourceful, success 
but must be accompanied by wide ears 
Narrow = face adversity 
Middle zone: eyebrows to tip of nose.
Well developed =
adventurous spirit; proud 
Small = accepts what is 
Long = w/rest of face long = noble 
Well shaped = long life 
Lower Zone: tip of nose to tip of chin 
Broad = affectionate; very broad = experience the knowledge gained

 200 Pages ISBN 978-0-9855354-6-9


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