a big hit - had a line waiting all night."
Mica Cheshier, MOMN&D
READER / CERTIFIED PERSONOLOGIST
Sandra has been a professional Face Reader for nine years. She simply
looks at people to accurately describe their personality traits and
typical behaviors. Since 1996, she has been teaching people how to communicate
more effectively through face reading, and has read thousands of faces
at parties, events and trade shows.
Sandra gained expertise in this relatively new field through study and
application. She gained her Certification in Personology through the
International Centre for Personology in Petaluma, California in January
1999. She also reads and tests material from other sources as she continues
her independent study and research in the field.
includes 23 years in the print industry. Her last job was as a publications
manager producing a four-color magazine to the field for a major international
corporation. Sandra has owned her own business for the past 11 years.
offers the following services in Face Reading:
PARTIES & EVENTS
A bold bid for a memorable party or event, Face Reading takes it to
a new level. Sandra reads for private parties and is an unparalleled
draw for galas and company events, from Christmas parties and Employee
Appreciation Days to Fund Raisers and private parties.
Lively, dynamic and fun, Sandra talks about the world of reading faces
from its origins to what your face tells about you today, spicing it
with stories and demonstrations using audience members.
FACE TALK SESSIONS
These are designed to promote understanding and more effective communication
vvithin a group, whether it be a team, an organization, or a family.
Sandra explains what face reading is, what it can do and how one reads
a face. Then she reads each person to the group and talks about his/her
natural approaches to life. Q & A included.
Seminars give you a hands-on start in the art of reading people. In
the seminar, you learn where the traits are, how to gauge them, what
they mean, and what behaviors to expect. Illustrated handouts, practice,
Q & A time. Great for Staff Development, Sales Training, and In-Service
SOME SAMPLE TRAITS
When there are lots of eyelids showing that indicates the person
would generally prefer that you cut to the chase and not bore them
with details they really don't want to know. Getting the basic drift
of an idea, they move into direct action, setting their feelings
aside to "Just get the job done." They take a dim view of trailing
after tangents and may attempt to hijack floundering meetings to
get to the point, get a vote if necessary, and if it's not necessary,
let's finish it, and get out!
When there are no eyelids visible with the eyes in a normal open
position, this indicates a person who will want to know why. You
could call them the original "why-babies" because they can't be
satisfied with a mere swipe across a subject. It has to make sense
to them and they will probe, dig, and cross examine people until
it does. And if your version of a fact, idea or story doesn't jive
with theirs, they will try to convince you you're wrong. After all,
they've thought it all through, checked out the facts, compared
notes and arrived at the only logical conclusion. Obviously you
haven't or your conclusions would agree with theirs. Right?
When the eyes are spaced widely apart (more than an eye's width
between them) the person tends to be more relaxed, big picture in
their approach and will put up with uncomfortable or problematic
situations for some time without saying anything or moving to correct
them. They procrastinate about it. They do have a long rope and
but when they reach the end of it, that's it. You could call it
a "long fuse, big bang syndrome."
Close-set eyes indicate a person with a hair-trigger reaction to
things. They move to make things happen immediately, are very conscientious,
can be rule-bound (their own, of course), and very prompt. Their
job is to keep the rest of the world on time, accurate, and doing
what's right. When they are finished with an encounter, they want
you out of their space so they can move on to the next item on their
agenda. And when they finally do relax (after everything is finished),
it's by doing something fun, not by lolling around.