Face Shapes

A person’s face can be a helpful indicator basic characteristics about the person.  Here are some common face types:

  • The mental type of face is thin, with a large forehead and small jaw/chin area.  This person has a focus that is internal and intellectual.
  • The physical type of face is a large square face with big jaws and chin.  This person is a doer and responds to life with action.  They have a competitive spirit and need freedom and personal space.
  • The emotional type of face is round with full cheeks.  This person connects easily with others.  Physical comfort is important to them and they enjoy good food and group activities.
  • The mental/physical face has a broad forehead and square chin.  This person enjoys mental work in connection with a physical activity.  They are active doers and like to plan projects.
  • The mental/emotional face has a high, broad forehead and a round chin.  They enjoy people and planning with an intellectual approach.  They make good managers because they are quite perceptive about people but are inclined to be reserved themselves.
  • The physical/emotional face is square with a round chin.  This type of person has a strong people orientation and excels at planning group activities.  They enjoy being physically active and have a good mechanical ability with a love of physical comfort.

Source: Amazing Face Reading by Mac Fulfer, J.D.

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Dr. Terri Parrott has a bachelor’s degree in speech communication, a master’s degree in business administration and a doctorate degree in business administration with an international management concentration. She has been active in the financial industry for over twenty years; having worked as a banker for two of the largest United States based banks and a financial advisor with one of the largest investment firms in the United States. Terri has also been a sales manager for a large United States based rental car company, as well as adjunct professor in the business department of Florida based universities. She is the author of three blogs: • godandwisdom.com focusing on quick-read concepts of ancient wisdom with a modern twist • mindprompts.com focusing on personal energy and meditation techniques as well as holistic approaches to everyday life • greatwrinkles.com focusing on a light-hearted look at growing old. She has authored Quick Tips for Your Small Business, a quick reference book offering hands-on information for small business owners. Dr. Parrott has also published the following e-books available through the Amazon Kindle site: • Embrace Chaos to Create Change focusing on non-traditional ways to bring about lasting change in your thoughts and behavior. • Voice on the Phone: A Quick-Read Guide to Successfully Building Customer Relationships Using the Telephone. A practical guide for anyone relying on the telephone as a sales tool. • Quick, Easy Ways to Compute Everyday Business Formulas: A Handy Reference for Small Business Owners.