) and your titles (Mrs.
, LSW, LMT, RN, etc.
), who do you think you would be? How would you define yourself? This is not an easy question for many of us.
Often we have molded ourselves into the person who everyone wants us to be.
So many people, when hitting the 50 year mark, announce to their family and friends,
"The first 50 years went your way, the next 50 years go my way.And, who exactly is this new person? What words would you use to define and describe who you are now or who you want to be as you move forward? I tell my clients that their life story and resume is written on their face! The information that your facial structures give and a thesaurus can help you on your way to defining your new and yet, innate description of YOU.
For example, if you have a full lower lip, you are naturally and spontaneously generous with your time, energy and money.
You don't even need to think about it if someone asks for your assistance.
That would also make you kind, giving, charitable, self-sacrificing, impulsive, big-hearted, helpful, selfless and philanthropic, to name a few facts.
None of those words have anything to do with a job description or title.
However, they clarify who you are for a job that might require those skills.
If you have a long, narrow face you are by nature cautious, learn in a step-by-step manner and are proud of what you have learned.
That would make you careful, thorough, particular, systematic, detailed, orderly, logical and fulfilled by your accomplishments.
Someone starting a business could certainly use your skills.
Look in the mirror and check out the space between your eyes.
If you could fit more than one and one half of your eye width between your eyes you would be considered a wide-set eye person, someone who sees the big picture, is easygoing and broad-minded.
Your focus is on the future and you might be considered an entrepreneur.
Words that could also describe you might be: flexible, tolerant, unbiased, adaptable, relaxed, open, patient and lenient.
The turned up tip of the nose has to do with trust of the world and the people in it.
Most of us begin life with a turned up nose tip reflecting the innate characteristics of faith, belief, hope, conviction, assurance, optimism, sincerity and authenticity.
If you want to learn more about who you are based on the story written on your face, go to my web site: http://itsinyourface.