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Robert Smith Face Reading. Generosity!

Robert Smith Face Reading. Grab your mirror and see if you’ve got similarities with this remarkable philanthropist!

Robert Smith Face Reading. This year, his surprise generosity paid for an entire graduating class at Morehouse University.

Fortunately, Blog-Buddy BRITTANY nominated him at our Heroes Face Reading Contest. Thus, winning the first of three contest prizes.

Quite succinctly, at her Comment #26, BRITTANY sang the praises of the billionaire philanthropist:

He paid off the student loan debt of the Morehouse College class of 2019.

I’d like to know: What is his leadership style? What is his relationship with money?

Excellent questions, indeed! What shows in his face?

Curious about this Philanthropist?

According to an article at the website of Time Magazine, all the following are true:

Smith has a net worth of about $5 billion according to Forbes.

He’s also the chairman and CEO of Vista Equity Partners. Only 19 years ago, he founded this private equity group.

How easy is it to make money by investing in software companies? Evidently, that’s easy… if you’re Robert F. Smith. Since, remarkably, by now his company manages some $46 billion in investments.

Most noteworthy about this businessman’s life: How he volunteered to donate to graduating college students. Erasing their debt. And doing this without fanfare.

Fortunately, a routine video of the commencement showed the specific moment of giving. It deserved to go viral. For sure, I’ll be using the thumbnail from this video as a basis for today’s face reading. (Before you click-and-watch, might I suggest? Grab some hankies.)

More about the Basis for Today’s Face Reading

It’s surprisingly easy to gain the power of face reading. Like what you’ll learn in this introductory face reading video.

Beyond that, want to up your skill at reading faces? Please know, it’s not just some random “talent.” The time-honored art of physiognomy is a skill. I’d love to teach you  that skill, bit by bit. (Among all the Energy READING Skills I’ve developed, face reading comes easiest.)

  • “The NEW Power of Face Reading” will give you a solid foundation. While its unusual way of using illustrations may make you smile.
  • For more advanced, and different, face reading what a resource! I invite you to check out Read People Deeper“.
  • Finally, this description of RES Face Reading Sessions can preview for you… How much depth comes with a dedicated personal session devoted to your physical face.

Especially personal, for you:

  1. And, of course, I recommend that — while reading what follows here — you pull out a small hand mirror. Check out your own face.
  2. As I describe five important items of Smith’s face data, hello! See if you have any of them. If so, the meaning for you is the same as for him. (Even though you don’t necessarily have that degree of wealth. Sorry!)

And now, according to this face reader… answering BRITTANY’S excellent questions.

#1. Robert F. Smith Face Reading. VERY STRAIGHT Chin Bottom

How to See It

Look at the lowest edge of Smith’s chin. What shape does it make?

A straight line.

Corresponding Talent

Leadership choices are based on “the principle of the thing.”

Potential Challenge?

Either it’s right to do something. Or else it’s wrong, wrong, wrong?

To put it another way, might Mr. Smith find some people’s choices flat-out wrong? Indefensible?

Regarding that potential challenge, I don’t think it’s bad to stand on principle. More that Robert Smith may personally suffer. Given how many people in business. Or politics! May refuse to do what is right. At least, unless that meshes with their own self-interest.

Evidently he cares deeply about doing what’s right. Which is so important today, and a true use of leadership. All I’m saying is that this may not always be terribly comfortable for him.

#2. Robert F. Smith Face Reading. TIGHTLY PADDED RECTANGLE at His Chin Bottom

Balanced against the straightness of that Chin Bottom, what else? A highly unusual form of chin padding.

How to See It

First of all, look carefully. Because I’ve never seen this item of face data before… Not on anyone. Probably you’ve never seen it either.

Next, look right above that straight shape you’ve just seen. As part of that chin bottom, notice the raised mound of muscle? Forming a kind of rectangular box.

Most noteworthy: Whether this is a Tightly Padded Rectangle or the somewhat more common Macho Knob… It’s made by muscle.

Granted, a lot of face data is the result of exercising some muscles more than others. But it’s highly unusual for muscle to show up there.

Corresponding Talent

Exceptional forcefulness to his leadership.

Very likely, once Robert F. Smith decides that he’s going to do something, he pushes. Pushes hard as is needed to get results!

Potential Challenge?

Do people on the other side of Smith’s intense leadership always consider him “a nice guy”? Doubtful.

#3. Robert Smith Face Reading. VERY Padded Right Cheek

How to See It

On one hand, as it were, Smith’s got a left cheek. But we’re not interested in that one right now. (Just remember to cross over to tell left from right, seeing photos. Something you’re undoubtedly used to doing when shaking your right hand with another person’s right hand.)

Corresponding Talent

Leadership style at work includes a flair for getting other people to support him.

Yes, at work. Not as much in his personal life. Although, really, the man is uncommonly well endowed with cheek padding.

Potential Challenge?

Forcing himself to be nice to people, as part of his team building? Like, smiling on the outside while… Grimacing on the inside.

#4. Robert F. Smith Face Reading. 1 in a Million Nose Tip

How to See It

For comparison, please check out your own nose tip in the mirror. Of course, you’ve got one. Pretty much shaped like a ball. And it’s at the bottom of your nose, isn’t it?

Now look at our image of Robert Smith’s nose. And notice how that nose tip is much, much longer than most.

To my eye, that nose-tip-like padding takes up more than half of the length of his entire nose.

Corresponding Talent

Talk about unusual relationships with money, BRITTANY!

Seems to me, that Mr. Smith’s way of having a career is, mostly, a way of accumulating wealth.

I’m not talking greed. More like a very specialized role that he’s playing in this lifetime.

Students at Morehouse U. certainly benefited from that focus on accumulating money. Even, making a personal-and-political statement through how he uses that money.

Potential Challenge?

Might Smith create an unusually profit-centered work environment? Not everybody feels comfortable emphasizing money.

(For example, I sure don’t do that. Technically, I have a service business. But, to me, it’s more like I help people. Then they — and God — help me back financially.)

Also, how about Smith’s personal life? Surely they enjoy the immense wealth he’s generated. But now comfortable are his family members and friends with personal interests that emphasize “What about the money?”

#5. Robert F. Smith Face Reading. VERY Small Nostril Size

How to See It

Look at his face on the level. Can you see the shape of Smith’s nostrils?

Not really.

Which is the simple test of whether a person’s nostrils are small!

Corresponding Talent

Frugal. Spending when it’s important. But otherwise… not really.

Potential Challenge?

Spending when it’s important. But otherwise… not really?

In Conclusion

BRITTANY’S contest nomination was brilliant. Emphasizing leadership style and relationship with money, we have seen great talent. And that’s what made possible Smith’s brilliant act of philanthropy.

Comment: An example of Macho Knob that you might have seen lately belongs to Olivia Colman. Currently seen playing Queen Elizabeth on “The Crown.” You can read all about this fascinating face data in “The NEW Power of Face Reading.”

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  1. 1
    Ethan says:

    Thank you Rose for this excellent blog post-I love learning about people and new face data.

  2. 2
    Brittany says:

    Thanks for the reading, and answering my questions, Rose!

    His 1 in a million nose tip and tightly padded rectangle at his chin bottom are extra fascinating!

  3. 3

    Contest winner BRITTANY and ETHAN, thanks for your wonderful comments here.

    Sometimes I feel as though face reading allows us to open the eyes within our eyes. All the better to see who a person uniquely is.

  4. 4
    Kylie says:

    Very interesting reading, Rose, thank you. And thank you Brittany for the nomination.

  5. 5

    Agreed! BRITTANY started us off great.

    Two more prizes to come!

  6. 6
    Emily Turner says:

    Thanks for this post Rose.

    So fascinating seeing new and unusual face data!

  7. 7
    Liane says:

    Thank you Brittany and Rose!

    What a face Robert Smith has! The nose, the chin… wow. He is well prepared to get it done, and make money while he’s at it.

  8. 8
    Liane says:

    My favorite part about this man is that he paid off the student debt for this class without the need for accolades, or self promotion. (rare quality)

  9. 9

    EMILY and LIANE, so good to hear from both of you.

    Yes to new and unusual data noted in Comment #6. Yes, exactly, to that Comment #8.

  10. 10
    Dana W. says:

    When I saw the headlines about Robert Smith’s gift, “I thought, “What a very nice guy.”

    How thrilling to see this complexity and nuance all from reading his face! Thank you!

  11. 11

    DANA, I’m with you. To me, the word “thrilling” captures perfectly the joy of reading people deeper.

    You’re so welcome. For decades now, I’ve been so grateful for your fellowship, bringing Energy Spirituality into the world.

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