Face Reading Ebony Publisher Johnson. That’s John H. Johnson, thank you. Drumroll, please.
Not only is John H. the third and final winner of our last contest in 2019. (We’ll get to that.)
And not only was he a sky-high achiever in life. (We’ll get to that, too.)
Guess what? Most recently at this blog we’ve been questioning about pretty-pretty as a goal in life. And youthful-youthful as an ultimate ideal. Well, it turns out, haha. As a matter of fact…
In today’s face reading, we’ll definitely get to that pretty-pretty illusion. Because the famed publisher of Ebony Magazine was not classically handsome.
However, the very characteristics that disqualified him from movie star looks? Exactly these five “tems of face data” were essential for his greatness in life.
Specifically, Today’s Article Will Give You 5 Extra Reasons to Admire John H. Johnson
Because yes, Blog-Buddies! To repeat: IMO, the very characteristics that disqualified Johnson from movie star looks? Exactly these five facial soul expressions were essential for his greatness in life.
Today’s article will back up that last statement with specific face data.
- Five specific items of face data.
- Plus interpretations.
- Then you can decide for yourself. Exactly how important is pretty-pretty?
On One Hand, Our Winning Contest Entry
Blog-Buddies, here’s your link to our Thanksgiving Face Reading Contest.
WILL gave the winning entry in Comments #12 – 15.
Besides nominating Mr. Johnson, he asked the following questions:
- Question 1. What does his publishing giant’s face show about using power?
- Question 2. Can you point to any talent for communication?
On the Other Hand, Summarizing John H. Johnson’s Achievements
Besides “Ebony Magazine,” this publishing leader also gave America “Jet.”
And that’s just part of the achievements of John H. Johnson. Arguably the most influential African-American publisher in American history!
Next, Heading over to Background about My System of Face Reading Secrets®
Face reading means discerning truth about people through thoughtful interpretation of facial characteristics. It’s a 5,000-year-old art. Personally, I specialize in using the system of Face Reading Secrets.
Here’s an introductory face reading video I’ve made about it. (Consider that I made it just for you. 🙂 )
How can you learn this way to help you understand people better, communicate better?
- “The NEW Power of Face Reading” will give you a solid foundation. Discover how easily you can learn.
- You might also enjoy “Read People Deeper“. Combining face reading +body language + aura reading. Gorgeously illustrated!
Finally, this description of RES Face Reading Sessions can preview for you… Preview how many different ways a personal face reading session can bring a smile to your face. And help with self-esteem, career success, and more.
Which photo will I use to celebrate ?
And, of course, I recommend that you pull out a small hand mirror. Check out your own face.
As I describe five important items of face data, see if you have any of them. If you do, the meaning is the same.
Evidently, You’ve Had Just about All the Necessary Preparation
So I’ll just give you this face reader’s photo link to John H. Johnson. And let’s go!
Face Reading John H. Johnson #1. Right Eyelid Thickness, VERY Large
How to See It
Practice telling right from left. You’ll need it in this entire set of face reading data. Not just our Item #1.
Quite simply, flip right to left to tell them apart in pictures. Like what you do to shake hands, correct?
Regarding Johnson’s Eyelid Thickness, imagine he’s wearing bright green eye shadow on each eyelid. Especially with his RIGHT eyelid, you’d be seeing a lotta eye shadow, wouldn’t you? Exactly what I mean by “VERY Large.”
Cares about his readers and employees in a very personal way.
Seems to me, with John H. Johnson, it’s never “just business.”
So, to WILL’s questions?
Yes, this face reading suggests that the publisher used his power to personally help his readers. He didn’t just use them for making money.
Also, he communicated as somebody who cared.
Getting personally involved in the (inevitable) problems that arose in his publishing empire? Involved to the point where it bothered Johnson more than most executives?
Face Reading John H. Johnson #2. His Nose Angles to the Right
How to See It
Place an index card lengthwise along the central part of Johnson’s nose. Cover up one side first, then the other? The right side (remember to “go flippo”) has a lot more nose on it, doesn’t it?
Nose asymmetries, like other facial asymmetries, are common in people. Part of our complexity.
There’s nothing wrong with facial asymmetries — except that conventional ideas about beauty dictate strict symmetry. That’s why:
- Most young male movie stars
- And almost all young female movie stars
- And most female movie stars of any age…
Have symmetry as a job requirement. One reason for today’s (revolting, imo) “Beauty Work.” Also, a contributing factor in today’s beauty ideals that turn ugly energetically.
Very, very strong ambition. Such as, a desire to change society. And enough grit to start giving a huge share of Americans their own voice in print.
Sure, this extreme ambition likely motivated Johnson to use his power.
Likewise, he insisted upon communicating in the maverick ways that he did.
Was it easy to be married to John H. Johnson? Or to be one of his children?
Did they have to take second place more often than they liked? And maybe more often than he liked.
Face Reading John H. Johnson #3. Chin Bottom on Right Is CURVED
How to See It
Take out your trusty index card again, Blog-Buddies. Again, placing it vertically to show you one side of his face versus the other. Specifically, use it to compare the shape at the bottom of Johnson’s chin.
Chin Bottom Shape is easy to see, once you develop your eye. (Especially helpful? All the photo illustrations in “The NEW Power of Face Reading.” They can help train your eye extra-fast.)
On the right side, Johnson’s Chin Bottom is like part of a circle: Namely, curved.
When working, automatically makes choices to support other people’s feelings. Reader’s feelings.
Thus, gaining loyalty from those readers.
Being a mushball in his personal life, too?
But not with that other side of his chin… haha.
Face Reading John H. Johnson #4. Chin Bottom on Left Is STRAIGHT
How to See It
Exactly the same way as you did with the last item of face data. Only this time, notice Johnson’s Chin Bottom shape on the left side of his face. Like a straightish line?
Pretty darned straight, considering that he’s a man. Not a ruler. 😉
In his personal life — and when personal values got involved in his business choices — guess what? Fairness mattered to John H. Expressly, “The principle of the thing.”
I’ll bet that gave him a lot of motivation to push past racial prejudice and give Americans more of a voice.
Power? Yes, that straight on the left, curved on the right, would have given this publisher exceptional flexibility. And a perfect combo for winning reader loyalty.
Communication? See how that worked for Johnson, Blog-Buddies? Superb!
Under pressure, beating himself up, no matter which choices he made? Specifically regarding how he made decisions, in this case.
Quite often, Blog-Buddies, that’s a potential challenge with any facial asymmetry
Face Reading John H. Johnson #5. VERY Large Cheek Padding on the Right
How to See It
This time, imagine (briefly) that Johnson is wearing a bright pink circle of blush over the full part of each cheek.
One of those cheeks will show (to your imagination) as a LOT bigger than the other.
Cheek Padding — the flesh over a cheekbone — was really considerably larger on the right. See that?
And didn’t John H. Johnson need that?
Big leadership meant more effectiveness at using his power.
Big leadership brought clout to all his communications. (And probably excellent judgment about what and how to communicate.)
Seeming larger than life in public? Could be so useful for career. But made this mega-successful, super-rich entrepreneur more specialized than ever.
John H. Johnson’s life was a great success. So let’s make a face reader’s conclusion.
He didn’t succeed at being pretty-pretty. And, don’t mind my mentioning this please — extremely pretty-pretty people don’t tend to be innovative. Or creative. Mostly, they’re good at fitting in. (For reasons described at length in “Wrinkles Are God’s Makeup.)
Fortunately, most of us are a combo of conventionally good looking and inwardly quirky.
Whatever you’ve got, Blog-Buddies, keep this in mind: When it comes to your face, God don’t make no junk.