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Wallet Reading and the art of personal discovery

By Daniel Will-Harris

Who are you? Who are you? Who are you? And who are they? These, and countless other questions will be answered by following the simple steps outlined in this revolutionary book. Based of seven years of international research, Wallet Reading is the fastest way to get to know yourself and others (for who they really are).

Why? Because while clothes may make the man (or woman), the man makes his own wallet. The clothes you're wearing show the world who you're trying to be, but the contents of your wallet reflect and reveal who you really are.

Wallet Reading strips away the onion-esqe layers of facade we create and provides proven techniques that reveal the true inner self with dramatic clarity. You don't have to wait for these revelations-no-instant gratification is as close as your pocket or purse.

Get a grasp on your wallet and you'll get a grip on yourself.

Wallet Reading offers a systematic approach for analyzing yourself and others. You'll know more about someone in within five minutes of reading their wallet than some of their friends learned in years. Best of all, it's empowering , so important in the new milennium!

  • If nothing else, this book will introduce you to a great way to break the ice and start talking to someone else. I've gotten to know  hundreds of people better than I ever could have without Wallet Reading, and I've made countless friends I wouldn't otherwise have. You can, too.

Try it on yourself...

Pull out your wallet. Right now. Even if you're reading this while at work. Don't worry. No one will notice. You can pretend like you're seeing if you have enough money to buy lunch.

Find your driver's license. Don't look at your picture, it doesn't look like you anyway. Forget about the birthday, if you're over 25 it'll only depress you. Ignore what it says for weight, you lied about that, didn't you? (Thank God they don't have scales at the Department of Motor Vehicles.) Have you found it yet? OK,  now what's the closest thing to your license?

What does it touch now, or when your wallet is folded? Is it a picture of a loved one? Money? Your insurance card? A gym membership card? A video rental card? Business card? Credit card?

After reading thousands of wallets I've discovered that the driver's  license represents the person who owns the wallet, and whatever is closest to it is usually closest to their heart .

Before you leave this web site in disgust and look for a URL in Australia where you can read a trashy novel about an Australian orphan who becomes a jetsetter only to realize that there's no place like the outback, remember:

Everything is relative.

Money can mean wealth to one person, but it can mean security, approval, success, or preparedness to others. To see what some common objects can mean, you'll have to wait until next month when more of the book is posted.

But objects themselves are only part of the story-the other equally important part is how they are arranged. Even if you think you've just thrown things into your wallet with no conscious regard for organization, remember that even casual acts can have hidden meanings (oooh). This final printed book will cover the most likely variations so you can make an informed reading.

  • If nothing else,
    wallet reading is a fun
    & socially acceptable way
    to be nosy.

This book will help you answer these questions (and more) about yourself, your friends, business associates, even complete strangers.

  • Who am I?
  • What's really most important to me now?
  • What do I really want for the future?
  • How do I get along with other people?
  • Who are the most important people in my life?
  • How is my life organized?
  • Who are you?
  • What is he/she really like?
  • What do they really want?
  • Am I an identical twin, separated at birth
    (don't laugh, you can tell, and I have)

Wallet Reading is not a trick, it's a process

It's a systematic, logical, informative, and entertaining way to learn more about other people. You can't expect it to tell you more than the owner is willing to admit to themselves, or to solve problems that normally require years of therapy, but you can expect it to give you insights into people you've just met, and those you've known for years.

You'll find out what someone likes and dislikes, where they work, what they eat, what interests them, and what, if anything, they do for fun. If you're really crafty you can use this information to your advantage. Or you can just use it to  get to know people better and make new friends (without the risk of being friends with people you know nothing about). You can also expect to learn what most people have in common, and what things are unique.

Some of this information seems obvious if you stop and think about it-but you probably haven't stopped to think about it before. Other things may come as a surprise or seem like a stretch-if something doesn't make sense at first, just let it sink it and it probably will.

One more added bonus: You save all that time you'd otherwise spend getting to know people you'd only turn out to dislike anyway. With all the time you save you can watch videos, eat ice cream, and wonder where your youth went.

Best of all, unlike mind reading or handwriting analysis, anyone can do it.
Yes, even you. No experience or psychic ability required.

There's no telling
where this could lead.
 

Copyright © 2005 Daniel Will-Harris, www.will-harris.com

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