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Robert Kyosaki on Network Marketing

By Alan Stevens / August 1, 2014

Network Marketing – It’s an Asset, Not a Job By Robert Kiyosaki I am sometimes asked, “Why do so few people make it to the top of their network marketing system?” The truth is, the top of the network marketing system is open to everyone-unlike traditional corporate systems, which allow only one person to reach…

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Thinking Outside The Box

By Alan Stevens / January 26, 2014

AN EXAMPLE OF LATERAL THINKING IN EDUCATION Recently I was approached by an English teacher from a High School in the United States. She told me that her year 12 students were reading at an elementary school level and her task was to correct that. This teacher understood the concept “if student can’t learn from the…

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Twitter Spammer – an intro

By Alan Stevens / December 9, 2013

Would You Open The Link Appearing In This Tweet? If yes, why?  Because you’re curious?  Because you trust it? I really hope not! Never open a link in a tweet from someone you don’t know. Especially anyone who hasn’t bothered to upload an Avatar that you can recognise. Eggs are a dead giveaway for scammers,…

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Fake Gina Rinehart Personal Facebook Page

By Alan Stevens / December 5, 2013

Fake Gina Rinehart Personal Facebook Page I’ve got a bit of a reputation of playing games with scammers to help bring them undone and a few weeks back I came across a Facebook page in the name of Gina Rinehart.  There were a number of red flags that raised me suspicion and I thought I’d…

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Fake Personal Facebook Pages

By Alan Stevens / December 5, 2013

How Do You Recognise a Fake Personal Facebook Page First understand that there are many ways someone can create and operate a fake Facebook page, and an even greater number of reasons for them being created. Generally speaking, personal pages are created to attract friends while business pages are created to attract Followers and Likes.…

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Human Pattern Recognition and the Legal Profession

By Alan Stevens / October 1, 2013

Human Pattern Recognition can assist Court Officials and Legal Professionals in many areas and ways.   A number of examples are as follows:   Jury Selection and Juror Assessing. Which jurors do you select and which ones do you reject? This depending on the case type and your viewpoint (defender or prosecutor). If you are…

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Interviews with Meryl Swanson on Radio 2HD

By Alan Stevens / September 10, 2013

August 20th, 2013   Meryl and I discussed my work in the skills of reading and applying; Body Language Micro Expressions Human Trait Recognition NLP A number of profiles from live and photo examples were conducted through out the 40 minute interview.  For your convenience I’ve split it into 2 parts   Part One  …

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History and Validation Procedure

By Alan Stevens / June 21, 2013

This report covers the history and research of Personology. Personology was the a name give to the science prior to further enhanced by Alan Stevens in its new form and now known as Human Trait Recognition, where it completes one of the four skill component of Human Pattern Recognition.

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The Background of Structure/Function

By Alan Stevens / June 21, 2013

The study of innate behavioural response, based on cell proportions determined by the genetic contribution of your parents to your structure. The key word here is genetic. Our outer physical proportions of face, skull and general skeletal structure give clear indication of inner brain and neurological cell proportion. In other words, what we see on the outside tells us what’s on the inside.

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Aussie students fall two years behind Asian pupils

By Alan Stevens / June 21, 2013

“If a kid [in Australia] is that far behind [in a classroom] we would consider him disadvantaged. They would likely be put into the remedial class,” said researcher Dr Ben Jensen, director of the school education program at the Melbourne-based think tank the Grattan Institute.

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