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In addition to forecasting luck, face reading techniques will shed light on the more conventional factors affecting the suitability of a career such as natural talent, abilities and skills. It is impossible to answer every conceivable career related question. A person at different levels or crossroads in their career will ask different questions.
When an individual is starting their first job or even just contemplating a possible career, the questions often relate to an uncertainty as to what they are really good at or what they are destined to do in this lifetime. If someone already has a career in mind however, then the questions are different. Sometimes the individual wants validation success will eventually be possible. Or they may want to know when they will realize a breakthrough or when the door of opportunity will open for them.
And then there are also questions of career longevity, a very pertinent issue in this increasingly competitive world. How long will they be able to excel in this field? When will they hit their plateau? Is the career a launching pad for what they are truly meant to do?
These are some of the questions a face reading will deal with. This is designed to introduce you to some of the basic and practical face reading techniques and this chapter will help with there three types of questions:

• What are your inherent skills and abilities
• When will your career start to take off, improve or hit it’s peak
• What kind of job, industry or field is best suited for you
First it is worth looking at how each of the facial features is associated with career success in general. If you understand this, then you will be able to use the techniques described throughout the chapter.

Forecasting Success

Personality and aptitude tests, human resource consulting firms and career counselors all perform important roles when it comes to career issues. But tests, counselors, and HR consultants do not take into account one important factor the face reading does: the element of luck. The Chinese sages did not see luck as a randomly distributed occurrence, but as something that could be clearly forecast.
In respect of a career, luck can play a part in many ways, whether in getting good breaks, meeting the right people, having helpful mentors and supporters, getting the right advice or simply making a break-out move at the right time.
You can be extremely skilled and talented in a particular field, but this will be a little use if you are given bad advice or you don’t persevere long enough to hit the point in your life when you will get your big break or try to advance your career too fast or to early and suffer burnout in the process. In all of these cases, luck is the decisive factor, so being able to foresee these developments will be very advantageous.