Sunday, January 27, 2008

Composite Photo

Here are opposite and perhaps complementary traits. Perhaps we would have the best of both viewpoints - or a divisive government. What do you think?

Tuesday, January 22, 2008


Read this article from the New York Times regarding former New York City Mayor, Rudy Giuliani.

Then read about visible eyelids and get an idea of what the potential is for this trait.


Eyelids visible – not covered by epicanthic fold

People with visible eyelids, designated a Direct Actionist, need to be freewheeling and able to move into action at any moment.

It is not that they can’t analyze, or that they don’t – they have enough ability to conduct needed analysis for the obvious life situations – but their emotional need is to take quick action – immediately.

Direct Actionists charge headlong into a new situation or a new relationship, without stopping to think how this action might affect other aspects of their lives.

It is too easy for them to let others figure things out for them, relying upon someone else to do the analysis.

A lot of accountability is needed for individuals with this trait (which is usually genetically inherited). Because they can be ruthless in getting to the bottom-line.

Tip About Others Remember that if they have hidden eyelids, they need to understand before they are willing to act. And if fast action is necessary, tell them you will explain later, and you need help right now!

Tip About YouFigure things out for yourself. No more pushing this responsibility off on someone else. Don’t depend on anyone else to analyze a situation for you. (If you have to pay the Piper, then you ought to be the one who chooses the Piper.)

Unless you are in an emergency situation, take more time to analyze before you start to act or speak, especially when dealing with loved ones.

Remember that most people analyze more than you do, so don’t allow yourself to be irritated because others are slower in reaching conclusions.

Eye-to-I, Face Reading for Success™

Laura Rose, Instructor

Sunday, January 13, 2008

Who will it be in Denver?

Is it time for the first woman or Black to be our next President?