|As People Reading demonstrations create
high public interest and visibility, Bill is a frequent guest
on TV and radio shows. In addition, many leading edge publications
are beginning to publish articles identifying the practical,
mainstream uses of People Reading. Here are some examples.
Personal Trainer for Life
Are Your Guests Happy?
Whiteside, behavioral expert, "personologist" and face-reader
says the following also are signs that your party is a success.
1. Watch for the physical distance between people to become closer
as the evening progresses. 2. Some people are naturally good-natured
and others seem moody or brooding. When this second group seems
to elevate and lighten up, things are really going well. 3. When
people ask you about your next party, the event is a success.
Get Beautiful Brows
|This was really
"According to face reading
expert Bill Whiteside, your arches reveal a lot about who you
are. The four brow types are flat, dramatic, half-moon and combination.
Read on and find out which type you are and how to make the most
of your brows with the right tools and grooming tips."
Personology Turns Business Inside Out
by Sue Wright
live in an increasingly impersonal and time-conscious world ruled
by cell phones and email. That means fewer opportunities for
meeting people face-to-face. Yet, success in business can rely
on one's ability to successfully read others when you do come
face-to-face. According to Bill Whiteside, a trainer, speaker,
author, coach and consultant in Personology and People Reading..."
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May 13, 2001
by Penelope Green
are depths of meaning in eyebrows. "One of the first things
you look at are the eyes and the brows," said Mr. Whiteside,
a cheerful man with a can-do phone manner. "It's the area
that shows traits associated with feeling and emotion."
(Entire text of this article is available on request)
KOVR 13 News
APPEARED ON News at 5:00, 6:00, and 10:00pm (2/16/01)
|Do you believe in Personology?
People who believe in
personology say your features forecast your life, no matter what
your age. Fat, thin, short, tall. All of us make snap judgments
about people we see based on the way they look. In this special
assignment, Jennifer Whitney introduces you to a man who says
there's a science to "people-reading."
|Some people believe that when you're old, your
face will tell the tale of the life you led. But people who believe
in personology say your features forecast your life, no matter
what your age.
Bill Whiteside says there's a science to "people reading."
|Professional people reader Bill Whiteside says
our new president has one prominent feature that indicates he'll
be a man of few words. "He's very precise and concise and
what he says is what he means and that's a result of the thinness
of the upper lip."
Bill Whiteside, Personologist, looking at George W. Bush: "Boy
he wants loyalty."
|Personology was born in the 1920's when circuit
court Judge Edward Jones began noticing similarities among criminals
charged with the same crimes.
A skeptical Robert Whiteside, Bill's uncle, attended a lecture
in 1941. He became hooked when Jones was able to read his wife.
He devoted the rest of his life to using statistics to prove
Jones' observations. In the end, Whiteside says he was able to
validate about 70 of the 125 traits Jones observed.
Bill Whiteside: "The other thing Robert always said which
intrigued me was, he said, all that's well and good. Just show
'em it works. And it works."
Jane Popp Show
Two Appearances (10/00 and 12/00) Saturdays from 11:00am to 1:00pm
Text of Article Available
on Request or click
"Personologists say learning to read a person's physical
structure can help anticipate that person's potential behavior.
Such knowledge can prove valuable in career decisions, relationships,
health-care settings, and even sales situations."
morning with Marianne, Nick and Mark previewing the candidates
in the presidential election last November. These people are
lively, fun and really interested in People Reading.