Lin Klaassen is an internationally renowned expert in face reading, an ancient science practiced by such visionaries as Aristotle and Da Vinci, that correlates facial features to character traits. She is lectured internationally for more than 24 years, presenting workshops and providing answers as a consultant for business, relationships, juries and poker players. With more than 20 years’ prior experience in business management, Klaassen’s unique analytical perspectives render her in demand by the corporate world, particularly Fortune 500 companies.
What face reading is
People often confuse Face Reading with Body Language. Face Reading is reading the physical structure, features on a face. Body language instead is reading the body’s reactions and it is harder to read as many micro expressions last only 2/3 of a second. According to Lin, western face reading has up to 92% accuracy.
Each part of the face has a special feature that affects different areas of our lives. Noses are about decisions, jaw is a bout personal power, chin is about being grounded, ears is about how we take information, and eyebrows tell more about a person than anything else.
Face reading can bridge communication gaps
A lot of companies are funding diversity programs today. Face reading helps to bridge the gaps between different ages and different cultures. Within companies, people from management and HR are using face reading for interviewing new personnel, for understanding other parts of the world they’re not familiar with, etc.
“We don’t see things as they are. We see them as we are.” — Anaïs Nin
The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz
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