behavior profiling method called Personology synthesizes ancient
character reading techniques with modern scientific knowledge
of genetics and heredity.
at a physical structure and determine how it indicates a behavior
pattern. Over the years, they have conclusively proven that our
genetic inheritance (our structure) is an indicator of our behavior
Millions of people
have an intense desire to understand the links between genes,
appearance, and behavior. Personology explains how our genes
express themselves in our structure and personality. Everyone
knows that our ancestors' genes contain the data that makes us
more like them and different from others. After all, each of
us probably has a strong resemblance in mannerism and appearance
to someone in our immediate family. Structure indicates function.
the parts of a personality into finer pieces (traits) and shows
how traits expand in outward expression. Everyone has the same
traits except to different degrees. Each trait has its place,
large and small, in the total picture of an individual. Each
trait can cancel or intensify the expression of other traits.
Personology, therefore, shows us a truer picture of the how and
why of our differences.
People get rational
and reliable explanations for their feelings, speech, and actions.
They learn how to make changes in their lives by directing their
traits in a positive way. What we do with our traits determines
our level of contentment. As we begin to control of our lives,
we feel less victimized by what goes on around us.
a fresh, unbiased outlook toward others. People who use Personology
in their daily lives tend not to judge the behavior of other
people as good or bad. Everyone begins to realize that people
are just "built that way." Understanding Personology
takes the sting out of relationships.
are starting businesses, selecting partners/suppliers/providers,
determining their earning potential, and working independently.
We need confidence in our selection of co-workers, friends, and
partners and balance in our personal relationships. More and
more individuals are doing for themselves what employers used
to do for them. However, they need newer, better tools now.
Everyone wants a simpler
life yet our social and political structures appear more complex.
Many people are starting to believe that conventional, accepted
solutions for social issues fail to reach the core of our problems.
We are no longer comfortable with complicated explanations for
situations that appear quite clear.
is a widespread movement toward simplicity and common sense.
In this atmosphere, we are becoming our own decorators, researchers,
our own experts.
This web site shows
why a natural, logical approach like Personology has such great
appeal. Everyone can begin to understand behavior in a practical,
on the street, in their homes, and face