It was nice to meet you yesterday at the Madison Club. The face reading was great, but more importantly, I want to thank you for making me feel human. Banquet serving is a tough job to have, because I'm often regarded as inferior and incapable, if regarded at all. It then becomes easier for me to tune out so that I don't feel constantly disrespected. It is rare to meet someone so present, and so clearly not judgmental. And it's contagious.
I have never seen such a remarkable change in an audience as I did after your talk. Beforehand, they were strangers with needs. Afterward, they were kind and looking me in the eye, using my name, engaging me in conversation, offering compliments. I felt like I was helping family put together a lunch. If only you could talk to every group! They were all present in that room, and it made all the difference.
You do good work. As someone who is stereotyped, judged and stared at often (as many of us are), I appreciate it very much.
| Simon M. Lia
I attended an afternoon workshop with you over a decade ago at Disney World, after a morning on the climbing wall with some Disney executives.
Since then I have touted your skills and the main thrust of your teaching to numerous organizations across the USA and around the globe. I have used face reading as I traveled and taught and consulted with leadership teams of large organizations.
Recently a couple of friends sent you their pictures and they enjoyed recounting their readings to me as I certified them to teach one of the programs I offer, which requires a fair bit of self awareness and other-person awareness. It helped us go pretty deep into all of our make-ups and discuss who we really are. Your work opened a door for us that we were willing to walk through and then we had a great time enjoying each other's feedback, learning and growing together.
Thank you for your time and insights. I look forward to leaning more.
Simon M. Lia