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Finding the Right Career May Be Written in Your Face.
Face Pattern Recognition is a new approach that helps people find a career that ignites the spark with in. The face is the template to our inner blue print. It indicates our strengths and challenges
The physical features in your face give vital clues as to your innate abilities and talents also your strengths and challenges. Many of these features can be seen at the time of birth, such as the love of music, artistic ability also design appreciation and precision traits. Once these abilities have been identified, a computer program is used to match them with careers or hobbies that would benefit from these skills.
Edward Jones, a judge in Los Angeles, noticed a strong relationship between the physical structure of the face and personality. Jones and a group of men from various backgrounds researched, developed and tested the system they termed Personology or Face Pattern Recognition. These observations connect the abilities and talents that can be seen in the physical features of the face with careers they will enjoy.
For example – individuals with close set eyes are good at working with details. They often specialize in a specific area of interest. The close set eyes are often seen in careers such as dentistry, accountants, teachers, health practitioners or any career that requires a more detailed activity. This trait also indicates that people who have very close set eyes, this trait is actually measured, they tend to focus on what is not working until it is bigger than life itself. Where as the wide set eyed individual is more laid back.
When the outer corner of the eye is lower than the inner corner, this will indicate an individual with this trait is a perfectionist. They see mistakes others miss. This trait is often seen in editors, film producers, construction work, electrolysis professionals and engineers. The perfectionist trait would apply to all careers that would benefit from this ability. This trait also indicates this individual can come across as being very critical, they are really trying to help people. However, the person on the receiving end of the remark could be devastated, especially if they have close set eyes.
It takes more than just one feature in the face to determine a career. If they have one of the basic requirements needed for the job, other traits will support that role. Blind studies have been conducted with career counselors comparing the computerized career program with traditional tests. The feedback from the subjects studied said they felt the career suggestions were in many cases a better match compared with other tests. The basic difference was that the assessment was from photographs and only five questions were asked. These would not be asked when meeting with a client in person.
When people have worked at the same company for many years, they are completely lost when they suddenly find themselves out of work. They’ve only had one job and find it challenging as to what other career they should pursue. Face Pattern Recognition simply matches an individuals innate talents to careers that need those abilities. It’s as simple as that. The face is the GPS to our inner blue print. It provides a template to work from and helps individuals get back on track with their lives.
Learn more about the author, Naomi Tickle.
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