Back by popular demand: The Perfect Paradox Blog. After an exciting summer of hands-on research at the school of hard knocks, we have returned. Exciting things happened in the founder’s life. He spent a six uninterrupted weeks showing his six-year-old son how to swim, read better, use a dictionary, and most importantly, have a good time. He also completed his MBA in Finance with high honors achieving a GPA of 3.875.
Even though a hearty congratulations and vacation may be in order, Gouthum Karadi never rests on his laurels, or his buttocks for that matter. He begins teaching as a part time instructor at UNM September 2007 in addition to collaborating with well known author John Meluso, CSP as chronicler of a cutting edge marriage between politics, personality and science.
On October 12, 2007 the candidates for the presidency of the USA are invited to Truth or Consequences, NM to have their character and communications styles evaluated using Meluso’s own Eyetalk™ method. This technique involves using Rayid Irridology and Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) to examine a person’s innate personality with respect to communication. Some candidates have already accepted and even a publisher has agreed to print the book.
Gouthum traveled to an event in Albuquerque, NM August 19, 2007 to watch this pioneer in action. At this networking event he witnessed Mr. Meluso using his dynamic personality and methodology to offer incredibly swift and accurate assessments of each prospect who approached him. Most were amazed at how quickly he could discern their inherent tendencies and challenges in communicating. John offered each, strategies to move from communication to connection.
Please feel free to read more about Meluso’s work at http://www.meluso.com/. What makes this method so interesting is that the eyes never change throughout a person’s life; hence, their use in electronic bioidentification. Add to this scientific fact, the well known adage that eyes present “windows to the soul,” and one can easily see the value in surveying a leader’s sincerity and delivery with respect to the innate hand nature dealt him or her. We look forward to presenting alternative ways of evaluating candidates for leadership.