3 Facial Features All  Rich People Have

3 Facial Features All Rich People Have

Are there common physical signs of being rich and famous? Most people have seen the pictures of celebrities paired together who look eerily similar. Like how Katie Perry and Zooey Deschanel look like twins, or that Justin Bieber has an uncanny resemblance to Miley Cyrus.

But did you know that there are subtle similarities between Forbes 100 billionaires? There’s a reason for it too. Although not often thought about, our physical form literally represents who we are and the lives we live. There is even a science to understand and “read” this connection, allowing us to predict a person’s life just from their face, that has been around for many thousands of years. And according to this ancient knowledge, there to be three specific physical signs all of the wealthiest people in history have shared.

Empirical Chinese, Indian royalty, Eastern gypsies, and even Ancient Greek philosophers all used physiognomy (face reading) for many thousands of years. Emperors were even recorded as to not have engaged in business relations with people simply because of their “poor physiognomy” showing signs that their business partners were not be able to be rich.

Physiognomy is the science behind the connection between anyone’s physical appearance and their personality & entire lives, from birth to death. It borrows from the concepts of inter connectivity and symbolism and states that everything from a freckle to a furry eyebrow can tell something different about you and a certain moment in your life.

So, which characteristics does physiognomy claim are specific to people who are (or will later become) very rich individuals? Firstly, when looking at the a person’s overall face, the actual shape is very important.

#1. Signs of being rich – A Square Facial Shape

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3 Signs of Being Rich. Carlos Slim and Warren Buffet’s square/rectangular shaped faces.

The best shape to have for riches is that of a square face. This means that your face is equally wide from your forehead down to your jawline. This is because the face represents our lives, and the actual shape shows the overall characteristic of our lives, and its ups and downs. In physiognomy a rectangle is associated with the element of wood, is both strong and flexible and grows over time. Whereas a square shape represents earth, which is solid and intrinsically stable. Both of these are very solid and stable elements.

So when someone’s face is rectangular or square, it shows that they will have stability in their lives, have the ability to grow, and that their lives (at least) won’t worsen as they age. Take a look at these pictures of Warren Buffer and Carlos Slim, both multi-billionaires.  Their faces are significantly rectangular or square.

If you still aren’t convinced, take a look at the Forbes 100 list and you’ll quickly notice that the rectangular or square facial shapes will be a significantly reoccurring feature for all of the members on the list.

#2. Signs of being rich – A Strong Chin


3 Signs of Being Rich. Larry Page and Amancio Ortega’s full and predominant chins.

Next, you will notice that all billionaires and most millionaires will have strong and dominant chins. The chin symbolizes the later years of a person’s life. A full and “meaty” chin is a sign of wealth in old age.  Take a look at Amancio Ortega (owner of Zara) and Larry Page (Google co-founder. Both of these two gentlemen have prominent chins. By the way, do you notice how rectangular Amancio’s face is?

If someone doesn’t have a chin or their face narrows down into a V-shape, it means that by the end of their life they won’t have money. No matter how much they had when they were younger, it will be gone by the time they’re fifty plus.

#3. Signs of being rich – A Full & Shapely Nose


3 Signs of Being Rich. Bill Gates and Warren Buffet’s fleshy and well defined noses.

Lastly, another common physiognomy trait shared by the World’s richest people is a well-shaped nose.  Our nose represents our both our work, and our wealth during the middle of our lives.There are two different types of wealthy noses. The first is a specialist’s.  This person is wealthy because of their unique ability to do something special that takes a high level of expertise. You will see that the tips of their noses will be disproportionately large in comparison to the rest of their nose.

The other kind of wealth is where both the end of the nose, and the nostril wings are well-developed and fleshy. When a person has this it means that they’ll have others to help them gain success and wealth. Bill Gates is a great example of someone with a specialist’s nose. As you can see in the picture, the end of this nose is quite large whereas his nostril wings are small. In contrast to this, Warren buffet has an all-round big nose. Both the end and the nostril wings are fleshy and full. This shows that Warren buffet had a lot of people help him to acquire his success.


 A Good Feature to Have

There are of course other great features to have which (although they aren’t signs of being rich) will show that you have something special. One such feature is to have balanced eyes. Balanced eyes means that a person’s iris and pupil are roughly the same size as the whites of their eyes, when looking at them.  People with this feature will be able to see things for what they are. They will be in the middle rather than being overly self-absorbed or on the other hand an out of touch day dreamer.

It’s rare for someone to have balanced eyes. As a rule of thumb, people who are specialists will have relatively larger irises compared to the whites in their eyes. This means that they’re points of view are largely biased towards their own internal beliefs and ideas. Although this would be of course useful for many people, such as an artist who shouldn’t care what others think or do when creating his own work.

Whereas if the whites of their eyes are larger than their irises it means that, although they think they are able to focus on goals, they cannot. They’re often changing focus and moving around between goals.

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What Makes Billionaires Different?

As a Life Adviser and consultant for over 200 of Asia’s richest families, Aur is often asked the question “How can I be rich too?” In response, she usually shares that there are only 5 things that make a billionaire different from others.

Aur: People often ask me how to be rich. Probably because I have advised, and befriended, many people who’ve made over a billion US dollars or more in their lives. I don’t mean those who’ve inherited money. All of my friends are have worked very hard to make their own millions and billions. Most of them came from poverty or unfortunate beginnings too. We call these people those who say: “We cannot choose to be born, but we can choose the life we live.”

First of all, when someone asks me how to be rich, I usually reply with a question. “Rich people and poor people, can you tell me the difference between these two? Forget about the money. What is different about who they are as people? Both have the same twenty four hours, both have the same physical and mental assets and tools. But why aren’t they the same? I ask the question to the person in front of me, “What is different between you, and a billionaire?”

Most of the time people will say that the billionaire has money and that they don’t. Or that the billionaire has opportunities that they never had. But if you look back to the childhoods of many of these now established billionaires, most of them started out just after World War 2. This was a very difficult time where money was incredibly scarce and there didn’t seem to be many opportunities for anyone. Many people couldn’t feed their families and some didn’t even have a place to stay. On top of it all the only jobs available were extremely low pay and hideous hours.

So if you think that those people had more money or better opportunities than you have, you’re wrong. The billionaires that I have personally spent time with had much less than you have right now.

5 Things That Make Billionaires Different

#1. They Make Opportunities


Firstly, they don’t wait for opportunities. Opportunities are already everywhere if you know what to look for. Everything in our lives has value. People with a “billionaire” mentality sees value in everything around them. One of my friends started collecting bottles off the streets at a young age, he learnt valuable business skills literally picking up garbage and being lucky to make pennies. Fast forward 50 years and he now owns one of the largest breweries in Asia, and the largest property development company in the region (+100 other companies). Another billionaire I know made the decision at age 6 that he would become rich. From that moment he taught himself every skill he could learn, from magic tricks, to decorating cakes. The wealth of knowledge and experience from these learning adventures built a passion for art that led to the creation of his now multi billion dollar beauty line empire. For people on their way to wealth, they see every moment as an opportunity to gain skills and create value for themselves and others.But they’re also relentless in their work attitude.

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#2. They Persistently Work Hard


If you want, you can take a day off. No problem. If you are sick, you can rest and stay in bed. Or worst case scenario, you can say “I QUIT!” and walk away. But if you own a company with hundreds or thousands of employees,  can you stop working? Can you take the day off? Business leaders don’t take days off. Actually, most rich people I know sleep only 3 hours a day, and mostly work the rest.

Do rich people really work that hard? Definitely! I personally know people like this, who own 250 or 300 companies and work almost every moment of every day. People think owning that many companies should be easy, because a lot of people would work for them, right? But, imagine this. You are the owner of a multi national company. One day, one of your executives finds a project and would like to invest $1 million dollars of the company’s money. There’s a good chance you will make money but the company may also loose the million.  But wait, the company is yours. So it’s YOUR money. If someone was going to risk your MILLION dollars, would you leave the decision to them? Not likely. And in big companies, the decisions happen every day.


#3 They Take Full Responsibility


If you own a company you can let people do a lot of jobs, but when it comes to decisions and direction in their business, the owners must take responsibility. Think about the weight of their decisions. To be rich in business you take full responsibility, not only for your own life, but for those of many others. For most people, if they make a mistake or fail, they can say sorry or shake it off and get up again. But when you’re responsible for the careers and livelihoods of some 100,000 staff members who work for you, a mistake YOU make can mean that all of those people may loose their ability to provide for themselves and their families. If you’re a billionaire, you can’t afford to make many mistakes. That’s why they usually don’t leave important decisions in their businesses to others. There’s too much at stake. Billionaires take full responsibility for their environment.

#4. Money isn’t the goal


This is counter intuitive, but the billionaires and millionaires that I have personally come to know, don’t care about making money. They care about finding and keeping the right people around them, because people can make money for them. Rich people focus on their people and relationship assets.  Actually if you’re rich enough, you don’t need money. Money is simply a form of credit. If you already have credit with others, you don’t need money.

For example, if many billionaires or millionaires want to trade on the stock market, they can call their brokers with whom they have created close trusted friendships with (this is a form of credit) and say “I want to buy so and so much of Share A”.  If they turn around and sell those shares within 72 hours, they’ll never have to actually pay for those shares. The sale will cover the purchase in settlement. The beauty is that they’ll still earn any profits gained from the trade. Rich people can literally make money without needing money. This is why credit, people, and relationships are much more important than money.

#5. The Contrast in Thinking

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Lastly, rich people often think along the lines of; “What can I create for others that they really want or better yet, need?”. Or “What makes me different from other people, and how can I use that to my advantage?”. Another question they often ask themselves is “Why do people have to do business with me and not someone else?”. Millionaires and billionaires think differently about their businesses and themselves. They focus their thinking on finding ways to make themselves irreplaceable and of undeniable value to others.

In contrast, poor people often think about how they are going to make money, or how to get something they want. For example a new car, or a nicer house, or clothes, etc. This is why you see many people who want to make more money or improve their lives, try selling things to others or do any side jobs that will give them more cash. I think that this is one of the reasons why MLM is so popular. So many people expect that if they try to sell something, people will naturally buy it. But they don’t usually think about why others should specifically buy from them and not from someone else. Or why the people actually need to have what they are selling. Instead, most poor people focus on cash. They just want the sale. Or the paycheck. They never think to make themselves irreplaceable, to truly master a valuable skill that helps others, or to create something that other people actually need. Instead they dream. Wishing and wondering “How can I get this, get that?” “How can I be rich?”.

If you want to ask me how to be rich, ask yourself; what’s different between you, and those who are rich right now? If you can just see what makes them different, you can be rich too.


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