Face read girl
I just want to say that if any drugs are being taken, they can easily throw off the face reading analysis. Drugs are a very heavy influence on the body that cannot be ignored. Sobriety is more natural for your personality to flourish.
You look very pretty, first of all. The pic quality doesn’t show aging lines very well, but I guess that you are younger, between 25 and 30? At your age, I would look for signs of aging in your lower forehead. The heavier the lines, the more trauma someone experiences. For you, you appear to have weathered stress well.
Eyes: they are neither very wide nor narrow in proportion to your face. Usually very wide eyes indicate an expansive imagination, and rather unfocused, while narrow eyes indicate more focus on tasks. You appear to be in between.
The size of your eyes appear in good proportion to your face. They are the window to the soul, and tell the truth. Usually larger eyes cannot conceal a lie very well, compared to a smaller more narrow eye.
You have rectangular eyes that indicate an analytical mind. You may have deep emotions but you are unlikely to show them easily, except for humor and anger.
Your eyes look only a little sunken in, but not much at all. I think you enjoy talking a little more with people. Deep sunken eyes tend to dwell in their thoughts a little more than eyes that protrude from the face.
The sharp inner corners of your eyes means that you choose your words carefully, and you can have a sharp tongue when you get angry.
Eyebrows: yours appear in good proportion to your face. I believe you have an ability to hold a moderately bad temper and are not too shy to reveal it. But there are larger eyebrows, such as a unibrow, who are quick to temper. Smaller eyebrows are not comfortable with anger.
Your eyebrows don’t look very long nor very short, and I put you in between: long eye brows show the ability to have a lot of friends, while short eyebrows reveal and independent personality and a desire to do things for yourself.
Your eyebrows are slightly curved which show you posses feminine wiles and know how to work with people, especially men.
Forehead: you have a little bit of a high forehead which indicates that you can think a lot before you act. A smaller forehead would act before they think. You have an intellectual mind and philosophical nature.
Forehead, side view: You are in between a straight forehead and slanted. I describe straight forehead: linear mind. Slanted forehead: facile mind, and negotiating ability.
Outline of face shape: oval, which is defined as specializing as a diplomat, host.
Oval shares many characteristics with the round face. 56
Five elements: I want to put you in the earth category. You get along best with fire, earth, and metal. You may find more trouble with wood and water personalities. Earth organ: stomach. Body type: rounded fleshy, plumpness. Needs: family and friends, comfort, things. Colors: brown, yellow earth tones. Sound: singing. Senses: tasting.
Ears: can’t see, sorry. One interesting characteristic is if your ears are very wide away from the head you talk more than listen, whereas ears that are close to the head means they are more of a listener than talker.
Hairline: you have a widows peak, which means you easily attract boyfriends or husbands.
Chin: the chin is slightly rounded, indicating you are diplomatic and even-tempered.
Jaw: the jaw is called the “roots of the tree” a big strong jaw mean the trees cannot get blown over very easily by the wind. You don’t appear to have a very strong wide jaw, nor a very narrow one either. You are in between. A strong jaw shows your determination and athleticism and a desire to fight for what you believe in. A narrow jaw means you consider your options before making a decision. A narrow jaw can change their mind more frequently. You are balanced between both.
Nose: you have a slightly rounded tip of your nose which indicates a need for creature comforts and a love to be surrounded by beautiful things.
Mouth: you have a large mouth which indicates a generous nature and strong earth energy. You give easily and grandly smaller lips indicate suppressed emotion and a reserved person, which you are not. Your full lower lip can indicate that you are a gourmand.. You love good food, wine, company and luxurious surroundings.
Lower cheeks: you have slight money bags, which is a sign of extra earth energy and show your ability to save money and energy. This is the most important warehouse on the face.
You have more plump cheekbones you can make a nice boss who is pleasant to work with.
Nose: your nose is slightly larger which indicates ambition and your willingness to work harder to achieve your goals. You have an ego that is best filled by a sense of accomplishment.
The bridge of your nose is more wide than narrow. You have good strength, stamina and abilities to make good money. It is a sign of a stronger spine. Narrow bridge on nose shows a weaker spine.
The flesh that surround your nostrils show that you can be disciplined about money and good at saving it.
I think you are an objective person who can see both sides of a situation fairly. You are not judgemental and are very fair in your actions. You may want to be careful about being too generous, but you do have a strong ability to make money. You might enjoy work that allows you to maximize your personality, such as a teacher, nurse, engineer or anything that requires a fair perspective.
Would it be ok to add my evaluation to WordPress?
I’m not a professional, of course, just a casual observer of scientific reports. From what I gather though is that people can do themselves more harm by overloading their bodies with too many vitamins in a short period of time. Just because a little is good for you, doesn’t mean that the more, the merrier.
In human history, our bodies have developed more means to handle deficiencies better than excesses. This is especially true when it comes to seasonal change. If you try to imagine life before refrigeration, you will notice that some foods are eaten more often in some seasons than others. For example, the greens are consumed in higher quantities in the spring. Fruits and greens in the summer. Fresh grains and other vegetation can be cooked in the fall. Also, heavier foods are consumed in the winter.
You certainly wouldn’t want to make a habit out of consuming extra large doses of vitamins and minerals year round. This be very unnatural. Our bodies undergo different demands for certain nutrients throughout the year.for example, in Wisconsn the summers make us sweat a lot and have the potential to overheat. We would want to focus our diets on foods that are cooling. Simply look at the difference between a steak and a watermelon. To be able to keep your body cool, you would need to choose the watermelon and cut back on the steak. Your body will thank you.
The signals for either nutritional excess or deficiency can be hard to judge. You may be tired or something hurts. You could feel dizzy or your vision is impaired. Either way, many times you can’t tell what you really need to do and it seems to be mostly guesswork. Isn’t that profound? We are mostly guessing at what our bodies need for nutrients every day. Let alone, how many guesses we make about other lifestyle choices with relationships among friends.
There may be scientific evidence of what vitamins do to our bodies, but we are guessing what the studies mean through applying them to our own lives. For example, a doctor is not a scientist, instead he is an artist. With all the factors that he cannot control he is trying to find balance in your health through artist application of scientific concepts. We have too many variables in our own lives that play a large role in negating scientific studies.
If you really wanted to live under scientific conditions to follow the exact procedures, you would have to live like a prisoner. If there was one study you really liked the result of, like reducing prostrate cancer. You, then want to learn all the details that occurred to create the scientific evidence. Your life would be turned upside down where your environment would be completely out of your control. Your food intake would be out of your control. Your lifestyle would become heavily regulated and at that point, you would no longer be living your own life.
There are no scientific applications for the outside world that are effective enough to replicate. These science studies may sound fascinating with how biology works, but its focus is too limited and specialized to serve the needs of an average lifestyle. I really don’t care for brain cancer being cured in rats if, in turn, they end up more likely to die from bladder disease.
The most profitable companies in the world are selling extracts. The whole foods market doesn’t stand a chance, in comparison. People can actually feel an extract affecting them quickly and this creates a value for the product. When people can associate a certain feel for a product it may make them believe it is working for them.
1. Define your dream and get a burning desire for its effectiveness.
( the most important step)
-Create a personal goal target of $2000. It could be higher or lower.
-What are going to do with that money? The idea isn’t how much money you will make as it is what are you going to spend it on. You need to create a tangible image of what it is that you most desire in your life right now. Make sure to take another look at your goals every year. Your goals will most likely change in 10 years.
GETTING BURNING DESIRE
-Get a Dream Book
-Dream Board and put pics of things you want, need to be able to see it all the time.
-Actually go dream building, drive the car you desire. Walk through the house you want to purchase.
2. Make some commitments: Success is not going to attack you.
-How many days per week can you spend doing business?
-What time on those days?
-If you want to get paid like a business, you treat it like one.
-Don’t make commitments you can’t keep. (Under commit and over deliver.)
-Commit to things you can control.
-If you don’t get started within 48 hours, it works against you.
-Shoot to do 5 to 6 meetings per night.
-Give up something that you love to do until you hit the goal.
***100% of people who have done 1000 meetings are millionaires.***
3. Use the product
-You shouldn’t be selling something you don’t like.
4. Get a prospect.
-White sheet of paper for list of prospects.
-Pen with blue ink has psychological advantage over black ink pen in sales.
-Split group into 2 different lists. One list can be high priority, and the other is low priority. Be willing to drive long distances.
****^^^ The first 4 steps focus on your thinking. ^^^****
****vvv Next 4 steps are action steps. vvv****
5a Having a meeting
- 2 parts to every meeting. How do I invite them? And what do I say?
First you fix their intention, health or make money.
- 3 things to say in invitation, should not be done Facebook, email, or text, it has to be done face to face.
a. Tell reason for your call, such as I have something to show you
b. Give them a release statement
c. Tell them what you want them to do
What is it? Tell truth, it’s not something I cannot explain over the phone, we have to meet in person. Keep them curious, don’t let them prejudge. You have to be ok with passing people up. “This is an amazing product and a way to make money, but it’s ok to say no.”
***People have to say no 7 times before they say yes.***
5b Actually have meeting. The meeting is as important to have them watch YouTube.
6. Answer questions and overcome objections:
-What do you think?
-Do you have any questions?
-Do you want to get signed? Don’t try to beg or convince anyone. If someone asks a question you don’t know the answer to, don’t make it up. Do you want to get signed up?
7. Start them right: keep up training with your new prospects. Answer their concerns. Be available at all times for them to help keep them on the right track to success. It’s very important that they stick with a proven formula that works in sales.
8 Plug them into a system.
The Magic of Thinking Big
If you search this book on Amazon, you will find the similar category will show you other great reads to improve your sales outlook.
I seem to recall there being some kind of welfare fund available when I was a kid. Then I went into the military from 1995 to 1999. When I got out, I found out that welfare ended or something. It was a strange series of events that I never really followed that closely. But there were some points that I think may have affected me during this change.
While I was in the military, I compared my paycheck to a friend from California and I found I was receiving $25 less than him due to the state taxes. This puzzled me and made me frustrated. I was very tempted to try to become a citizen of another state to try and get a better tax rate.
I didn’t like paying such a high tax rate. I guess much of the cost to my pay was due to the welfare system. I was probably paying for other people to enjoy cheaper living. I recently talked to one lady who said that in the 1990s, she was getting $200 towards her rent. When rent was about $250 at the time, she was getting quite a bargain with state assistance at the time.
Now, that I’m financially broke, the best I can receive is food assistance, which doesn’t cover the whole month for my appetite. I had to choose homelessness because the jobs in the city I live are mostly service ones and don’t pay anything significantly. I don’t feel confident that I can make much of a living with the wages available. I would prefer reducing my stress being homeless instead of worrying about the landlord wanting to kick me out.
I don’t know if the Wisconsin tax rate changed due to the end of Welfare. It seems like this should have affected how much we pay in taxes, but I’m unable to make a good comparison to other states like I was able to in the military. All I know is that the state seems to want to make living harder for the poor in an effort to inspire them to work harder for survival.
Its hard for me to say whether welfare was a good system or not. People must have felt more comfortable in their lifestyles with the government supporting it. Their lives were a little bit better. I listened to a Planet Money podcast and they talked about donation groups giving money to people. It was fascinating. It sounded like the people who got the free money were able to improve their lives.
NPR Planet Money reported that most people who were given $1000 for free without any strings attached didn’t waste the money on frivolous things. They used the money to improve their homes or bought tools they needed. Very few people used the money for drugs or something destructive. This was what the donators hoped would happen.
So, with the Wisconsin welfare system having ended about 15 years ago, how has the state been doing since then? You might guess that people’s lives has gotten worse. I feel like mine has gotten worse, for example. It has been reported that wages have been stagnant for 30 years. Globalization of industry has rearranged production to different locations in the world. The wages are more spread out and are leveling across the planet now.
As welfare ended, Wisconsin was redesigned to become more hungry for jobs than ever. People’s standard of living has been dropped. We then would be more likely to accept lower paying jobs. Unfortunately, more service jobs have become available than production. Nobody makes anything in Wisconsin that contributes to an iPad.
I wonder how the rent rate was affected by the end of welfare. You would think it should be fair to lower rent in response to the end of welfare. Not every landlord got the message that welfare ended, and the ones who did weren’t willing to lower theirs anyway. Much of the state has been operating under the welfare system guidelines. Living costs were compared with the welfare supplemental income.
Imagine rent at $250 per month in the 1990s, with welfare covering $200 of that. Then, the welfare gets cut. Where does the person find this extra money? The only way to make up the difference would be to negotiate with your employer for a higher wage or negotiate with your landlord for reduced rent. I’m sure either of these cases rarely occurred. Poor people have less resources to negotiate with.
You thought the Scott Walker debate over teacher unions was bad. Try to think back to when Tommy Thompson ended welfare. How many people were protesting that change at the capital? Without social media at the time, word may not have spread very quickly about the swift legislation, who knows? This was an event recorded in history that now takes research to understand in modern times.
The Wisconsin political climate is as harsh as the weather is. If the poor people can’t get the buffer from radical economic change, then you will have lower standards of living and worse attitudes towards politicians. Wisconsin has one the highest prison rates in the country. I wonder how much that changed when welfare ended. Thank you.
I got a ticket within 24 hours after a major snow fall. I think that’s how the cops determined I was parked in one spot for too long. I think they determined that I had snow on my windshield for too long a period of time. That is a very creative method of law enforcement I have never seen before.
The last time I received a ticket, they marked my car tires to give me a ticket. I’m sure there are many different approaches to determine when someone has parked too long. But it all seems like a lot of effort.
I felt like I was being picked on last time. But now, the police gave other people tickets as well. The parking lots were just being cleaned up that day when the cops decided to ticket people. I get the impression the cops have serious problems with people who abuse 24 hour parking. Although, it doesn’t look like the 24 hour lots are ever full and suffer space issues, it may be the presence of some vehicles that bother the cops.
Update: After 24 hours I received a Notice of Violation that I violated the City Ordinances: 177-22, 177-36, 189-4, 189-5, and 245-67 (State Statute 175.25)
Today, December 7, 2013, Pearl Harbor Day, marks the 72nd anniversary of the Japanese air attack on U.S. naval and air installations at Pearl Harbor, HI, at 7:53 a.m., Dec. 7, 1941, without a declaration of war. It was then the worst attack on American soil in history: Some 2,403 died, 2008 of them Navy personnel; another 1,178 were wounded. Eighteen Navy ships, including the U.S.S. Arizona, were sunk or damaged. Almost all the planes at the island bases were destroyed or damaged while still on the ground.
President Franklyn D. Roosevelt memorably called December 7, 1941, “a day which will live in infamy” in his dramatic speech to Congress, which then declared war on Japan.
Not too many of my readers were alive on this sad day. I remember it well. I was 18 years old. Some months later, I volunteered for the US Navy and spent 3 1/2 years of my life cruising the submarine infested North Atlantic Ocean delivering supplies to the front-line troops in North Africa, Italy, France and England. Four years after that “infamous” day we had won a decisive victory on two fronts, in the Pacific and in Europe. Let us not forget. Freedom is not free.
This is not from Travis. It’s from Bob
This is day two of the snow flurries. I already marveled at the snow from the day before. Now, it’s just getting ridiculous. But I still had to get through the day regardless. As usual, I pace myself through each day, especially the extra challenging ones.
It was another chilly night of sleep in my car at about 20 degrees. I expected the temps to dip down lower and put on more warmth gear, but it didn’t get too bad. Its nice to be able to sleep through the night without being woken up by the cold.
My car windows were are caked with snow. I couldn’t see out, like nobody else could see inside. It was a rare moment to enjoy a little privacy, which isn’t too important for the location.
After removing layers of insulating cloth off me, I slipped my shoes on as best I could. I really need to research a shoe horn and see if one can help me put my shoes on easier. I have a very cramped space to work with to get them on and take them off. It’s very inconvenient.
Eventually, I got to my feet outside in the thick snow. I noticed there was very little traffic out. I assumed that people who listen to the radio, or possibly have gotten twitter notifications were told school is out. Some businesses were closed that normally opened, but not so much the places I stop at.
I returned to my car and retrieved a camera and headed for an old railroad bridge. It was still snowing very heavily. When I got to the bridge, I decided to take a selfie for 5 minutes while the snow was smacking me in the face. I talked about the weather conditions as much as I could. I made sure to mention that within the next couple days the temps may dip as low as -20 degrees. I am dreading those nights. They are usually the nights I can never sleep because of the deep cold.
Eventually, I made my way over to the library, which was closed still. I spent about the next 10 minutes uploading my weather report video to my YouTube Channel which I call, Acumagnet. Although, I think YouTube, changed it to my real name as an attempt to humanize the commenting section more.
As midday approached, the snow started turning to rain, even though the temperature gauge said its freezing at 26 degrees. I was forced to wait out the duration of the rain as much as possible. I listened to some podcasts I downloaded for a while in the car. I sewed some sleeves onto one of my winter gear outfits thinking that they might work best more permanently attached. We will see.
I had to take some walking breaks in between sitting in my car so much. I got caught in the rain every time I stepped out. My jacket became increasingly wet. I kept thinking that when the -20 degree weather hits, it will be no good for me being all wet. I made a plan to visit the laundromat to dry my clothes in the evening a before the business closes at 9 pm.
About 12 noon time I visited a 90 year old man. Although, he wasn’t home at his apartment, I decided to use his Internet and tag some videos that I uploaded to YouTube. I also typed some new content into the description. Also, I made a Facebook Page for the Cameron Chronicle, which the old man is an editor of. I’m not sure how successful the Page will be, but it’s out there now.
I took a little nap from my fatigue. Then I set out for the park where I hang out writing this little autobiography for the day.