In my career as an executive assistant, before my oil & gas jobs, I was always open to part time jobs for extra income. Several people approached me for direct sales. I remember the first thing I was told to do was to make a list of all the people I knew. A “who do you know” list so to speak.
I wish I had knowledge back then as I do now. would never have thought there would be a feature on the face that would indicate how many people a person interacts with. Would you have guessed there was such a thing?
I didn’t realize the connection then, but my brows indicated that I didn’t interact with that many people….and always had a hard time composing my list of people I knew.
One of my clients has really super long eye brows (width) and she has a Facebook following g that she actually interacts with of close to 7000 people, not to mention the enormous amount of friends and colleagues.
On the other hand, there are those that don’t interact with many people at all. They’re brows are significantly shorter…or narrower. Mine being shorter explains why I had such a hard time coming up with a list of people…I didn’t interact with that many people then.
So, if you’re hiring someone for a position in a company where they’d be expected to not only social le but also engage with a large community of people, would, it not be hopeful to pay attention and know to look for people with long wide eyebrows?
See the examples in this Graphic showing both.
Interesting and helpful in many ways and situations right?
I’d love to hear your thoughts or questions about this topic.