Show Info 5-8-2015 – News, Guest Sharón Lynn Wyeth
News and Guests
Second Hour Guest
In the second hour JD is joined by Sharón Lynn Wyeth for a discussion about her development of the system of Neimology Science or the deciphering of names. Can your name predict how you think, feel or behave and what can we learn about others from nothing more than their names? Tune in and find out!
As the creator of Neimology® Science, Sharón Lynn Wyeth has supported thousands of people around the world in understanding themselves and others better. In her seventh year of teaching math, having been a math major herself, she noticed that she was getting impressions of how a student would behave when she was making seating charts at the start of the year from the person’s name. Her curiosity led her to write down her impressions, as she wanted to get to know her students for who they were.
After three months of teaching she read her initial impressions and was amazed at the accuracy. Generally Joshua’s were brilliant and a bit obnoxious, Stephanie’s were stubborn, and Rachel’s pretty, etc. She followed her fifteen years of research conducted in forty-nine of the States with three years of field work in over seventy countries testing her theories. Everywhere she spoke people asked how to find out more information so she wrote the Amazon bestseller, “KNOW THE NAME, KNOW THE PERSON: Decoding Letters to Reveal Secrets Hidden in Names”.
Full Bio: https://redpillreports.com/guests/sharon-lynn-wyeth/
Book: Know the Name; Know the Person: How a Name Can Predict Thoughts, Feelings and Actions
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