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How Dramatic Are You?
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Title: "How Dramatic Are You?"
- by Kathy Thompson
(c) Kathy Thompson - All Rights Reserved
“How Dramatic Are You?”
If you are dramatic you have a gift for mimicking and feel
the spirit of the situation. You love to make a grand
entrance or exit. You love the public eye and getting
attention. You feel the story line.
Check your mirror. You have high, sweeping, arched eyebrows
indicate a flare for the dramatic. It needs to be the natural
line of the brow, and not plucked.
When you use this personality trait positively, you have a
wonderful feeling for the effect of the moment. You make a
more exciting speech than most, and you enliven the situation.
When you use this personality negatively, you tend to
exaggerate, and over dramatize your feelings. Others may
think you are phony. You extend your emotions for the effect
of the "scene."
Here are some tips when you are around someone else who is
1. Get them to help bring your event to life.
2. Bear in mind that their dramatic behavior is not false, put
on. They really are that way and enjoy it. They are creative.
3. Take them to plays or present them with videos.
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|With 8 years of teaching and 15 years in
Toastmasters, Kathy Thompson really enjoys
writing and speaking. She has a B. S. in
Business Communications and has taught her
programs around the country at various businesses
and Adult Education Centers.
She writes and speaks about Health, Personal
Communications (writing & speaking), and her
unique specialty of "Face Reading" has brought
her plenty of media attention.
Kathy's goal is to help you be all you can
be and reach your potential.