Archive for March 29, 2012

Facial Traits

I have always been a an info junkie and when I first heard about Facial Reading techniques or Physiognomy which was originally created by Aristotle in the 14th century, I was intrigued to say the least.

I had been teaching a sales class to entrepreneurs for about seven years by then and I had an idea to combine personality recognition with physiognomy. The concept was a bit challenging at first, but my clients were very generous and allowed me the time to learn how to make the adjustments.

The main issue was being able to teach others how to recognize facial traits, turn that knowledge into a usable skill and learn how to track the results.

It took about a year before my clients came back to tell me stories about how much more fun they were having working with their clients. They told me how their sales increased from 50 to 500% and one in particular increased his sales more than 600% in a year.

One client went from closing 1 in 8 prospects to closing 2 out of 3. It was amazing and I was more than pleased with their results.

The stories kept coming and were more and more frequent. It was such a pleasure to be able to help my clients.