This is why I sometimes have trouble with public speaking. Seeing so many faces in the audience can blow my mind. I can see each person’s personality. If I let it, it can disrupt my presentation. But I’ve learned to live with it.

Now I’d like to share with you, some tips you can use with your audience. Or if you’re a teacher, you can use this on your students.

1. A person is more open and positive when the lower lid of the eye is more curved. When the lower lid straightens out and becomes flat, they have become guarded or defensive.

2. A hook nose is good with money and business. (Stick to business with this person and ask for financial help.)

3. A turned up nose likes to be of service. (Ask them for help, directions, assistance)

4. A large mouth is talkative and generous. (Use small talk, and about their family. They like to be around people.)

5. A small mouth is brief and tight. (Come to the point quickly and don't keep them waiting.)

6. Eyes that are close together are impatient. (Be on time. Trust them to get things done right.)

7. Eyes that are far apart are tolerant. (Expect tardiness & easy going behavior. Set deadlines & give reminders)

8. Eyebrows that are high are selective and formal. (Mind your manners. Be on your best behavior. Use courtesies.)

9. Eyebrows that are set low are informal and easy going. (Warn them about protocol. Let them sell. Ask them to host a party.)

Each face reveals its personality, destiny, strengths, and weaknesses. What a person thinks about most of the time shows up on their face. So their face becomes a road map of their mind.

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Author's Bio: 

With 8 years of teaching and 15 years in Toastmasters, Kathy Thompson really enjoys the platform. She has a B. S. in Business Communications and has taught her programs around the country at various businesses and Adult Education Centers.

Writing has been a passion all her life, and she loves to write non-fiction and fiction. Her works have been published on-line and off.

She writes and speaks about Health, Personal Communications (writing & speaking), and her unique specialty of "Face Reading" has brought her plenty of media attention.

Kathy's goal is to help you be all you can be and reach your potential.