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  • Jul 23 / 2016
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No Barrier

Is Rapid Trait Profiling the same as DISC or MBTI? Or like any of the hundreds of other psychometric or psychological profiling systems? Absolutely not! Unlike all of those psychometric tests, Rapid Trait Profiling has no limitations to where it can be used. RTP doesn’t have the restrictions that every other system has. It’s not [...]

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  • Jul 03 / 2016
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Team Guru’s David Frizzel in an interview with Alan Stevens

Imagine being able to read someone’s personality the minute you meet them – just by observing their facial features – facial profiling.   The benefits would be incredible – you’d know how to approach them physically, engage in the type of conversations they’d most enjoy, predict how they make decisions and much more.   My [...]

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  • May 30 / 2016
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Guiding Children

Testimonials by Parents The following are a number of testimonials from parents regarding the results they gained from understanding their children better.  These same skills are available to teachers to have better control in the class room and have better relationships with their students, which can only lead to an enriched teaching experience.   Some [...]

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  • May 29 / 2016
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Don’t Crowd Me

Don’t Crowd Me It takes just one tenth of a second to judge someone and make a first impression. In that brief moment people assess your trustworthiness and attractiveness. The impression you give will impact greatly on how you are seen and treated. In that brief moment, they have already asked themselves “is this person [...]

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  • May 29 / 2016
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Did You Talk Yourself Out Of The Deal

Did You Talk Yourself Out Of The Deal?   So in the last article you took the first steps to building rapport. You found out just how much space to give the other person and how to put them at ease. Not too little space where you end up chasing them around the room and [...]

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  • Feb 07 / 2016
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WHEN THE BLIND LEAD THE BLIND

WHEN THE BLIND LEAD THE BLIND  A MESSAGE TO ALL COACHES AND LEADERS In my business I talk to loads of Coaches and so called leaders. Far too often though it leaves me feeling flat, and in too many case even depressed. Is this all that the market has to offer?  How can so many [...]

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  • Jan 11 / 2016
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Do You Fear What Others Think

An Unnecessary Reaction Why you shouldn’t let your fears control your life In all of the years profiling people I’ve never had anyone who has voiced a concern around the way I read people. Yes, I’ve had people question how accurate a trait analysis with Visual Trait Profiling may have been. However, they have always [...]

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  • Dec 29 / 2015
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So You Found A Keeper

So You Found A Keeper Now How Do You Keep Them?   This would be the second most frequently question I’m asked when it comes to the Dating Scene and Adult Romantic Relationships. The first most asked question is “How do I know if they are lying, or more to the point how do I [...]

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  • Dec 27 / 2015
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HELP YOUR KIDS FLY

WHAT FUTURE DO YOU WANT FOR YOUR CHILDREN? Every child has a gift to offer the world. As a parent your jobs is to help them find and develop it.   Quite often the personality traits I recognise in many young people are the same traits that will give them problems at school and through [...]

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  • Dec 27 / 2015
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HOW YOUNG IS TOO YOUNG

HOW YOUNG IS TOO YOUNG   There is no limit to how young a child has to be before you can read some their personality traits. I was sitting in a busy café enjoying a coffee one day when I observed a group of women with their children. One of the mothers was getting agitated [...]

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