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How to Profile Type 1 & Type 2 People With More Accuracy! #EnergyProfilingWithCarol

What does the Type 1 and Type 2 face look like?

How are your face-profiling skills?

This episode of #EnergyProfilingWithCarol is all about what to look for in the Type 1 and Type 2 face. Each Energy Type expresses a unique movement in the face and body language, so let’s talk about the Bright & Animated Type 1 face and the Soft & Subtle Type 2 face.

Here’s a quick list of what we covered in today’s show:

(6:52) – First, let’s watch a clip from the brand new video about Bright & Animated Type 1 facial features. Then discover where you might get hung up and accidentally mis-Type someone by focusing on only one feature.

(15:12) – Now take a look at the clip about Soft & Subtle Type 2 facial features. Interestingly, it’s personality conditioning that makes women mis-Type into Type 2! Are you profiling your wounded self?

(20:47) – Meet my guest Ginny, who originally Typed herself correctly but then felt swayed by the opinions of others! Take a look at her movement on camera—which Type does that?

(34:00) – Next meet my guest, Liana—I gave her a #ClueBomb in the Lifestyle Facebook group but then had second thoughts. Find out if my first hit was correct, and find out exactly what showed me her true Type.

(42:30) – Ever feel like you can’t be a certain Type once you’ve compared yourself to someone else who is that same Energy Type? Find out why this happens and what you can do about it.

(46:00) – “What if the face looks different when you are relaxed vs. when you are smiling? Which one do you profile?”

(48:00) – “Is it easier to profile someone correctly in person or with pictures?”

Did you get Ginny and Liana’s Energy Types correct? Share in a comment below!

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