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Sharon Lynn Wyeth

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How much do you think you can learn about someone from their name? Not their handwriting, but just their name? According to Sharón Lynn Wyeth, founder of Neimology® Science, you can tell their past experience, their future health concerns, their unique personality traits, their strengths, challenges and even their purpose in life. Supposedly she can tell instantly how a person really thinks, feels and behaves—regardless of what they tell you! And she says that’s because Neimology® is the science that discovers personality secrets hidden in the placement of the letters within names. Each letter in a name holds a key to unlock one’s true essence. A person’s name contains information about that individual’s gifts and challenges. Neimology® Science can even reveal the first and last impression people remember about us.

Sharón graduated from the University of Redlands with a Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics. She began teaching that same year in a public Junior High School. During her three years there, she obtained her Master of Arts degree from Azusa-Pacific University in education administration. She has since taught and/or been a school administrator in eight states and in four countries spanning forty years. In addition, she has used her innate gift of intuition, combined with her keen skills, and reasoning mind to create Neimology® Science as an indicator to analyze an individual’s personality, in the same category, yet differently than the Myers-Briggs, BRICKS, and Enneagram methodologies.

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