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William Judson Kibby INDUSTRIAL PSYCHOLOGIST CHARACTER ANALYST LECTURER, AUTHOR Figure AMERICA'S GREATEST PRACTICAL CHARACTER ANALYST AND VOCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGIST He practices what he preaches and teaches what he practices If your great wish is to— Understand yourself and others, Read other people at sight, Understand your children and guide them aright, Find the work for which you were created, Know your strong and weak points and make both an asset, Mr. Kibby has a message for you. ARE YOU USING LIFE OR IS LIFE USING YOU? MEN ARE NOT WHAT THEY THINK THEY ARE! BUT WHAT THEY THINK—THEY ARE! WITH a national reputation as a Character Analyst, Industrial Psychologist, and Lecturer, WILLIAM JUDSON KIBBY'S name stands as a synonym for man discovery. He has demonstrated that the mental and physical take on their true-purposes and get their proper urge when man's resident powers are revealed, and their higher import seized upon in the everyday affairs of life. Mr. Kibby possesses besides his scientific training in the analysis of men, a remarkable gift of reading men. His wizard-like intuitions are confirmed by his psychology. His expert comprehension of a subject has changed the careers of thousands of people who found themselves adrift in life, dissatisfied and unhappy. Mr. Kibby reads through the shell of a man to his soul and gets at the real essence of life—the spirit and motive power of the man. Mr. Kibby has been working for over ten years with large manufacturing industries, banking and commercial institutions, such as the Irving National Bank, The Hills Brothers Company, J. Walter Thompson Company, U. S. Rubber Company, all of New York City, The General Electric Company, Diamond Match Company, Guardian Savings & Trust Company, and the Union Commerce National Bank, of Cleveland, and many other institutions of national reputation. In these institutions he has been called upon to analyze and determine the fitness of men for certain jobs, to reveal human inefficiency, to show where friction and failure could be eliminated and ideals and ideas substituted, to establish factory councils, to address foremen's meetings and to teach the methods and principles which he uses in determining the fitness of individuals for types of work. He has gained a wonderful reputation because of his ability to co-ordinate heads of corporations and their subordinates. HE MAKES MEN THINK We live in a world ruled by other men's thoughts. Five per cent of Mankind does the THINKING for the rest. Less than 15% of Mankind FIND THE WORK for which they are best fitted. WILLIAM JUDSON KIBBY has for many years been teaching men and women how to apply the principles of Character Analysis and Applied Psychology to their own lives and the lives of others. Those who have attended his classes acclaim him a wonderful teacher, able to impart his methods to others so simply that they can apply them immediately in practical application to the simplest as well as greatest everyday problems, at home, in the class room, the sales field, factory and office, and most of all in finding their own selves. Character Analysis is the amazing science that shows the way. It is the master key that opens the door of your success qualities. It is the master key that charts your mind and discovers the hidden treasures, yearning to be loosened to make you the happy, successful being your Creator intended you should be. You own it to yourself, your family, your boy, your girl, to investigate the workings of this great law—simple in operation yet marvelous in its results. The time is now here when your fellow men will know the secret dwellings of thought, by the reflections that shine through the mirror of your soul—YOUR FACE. The New York Times says: Mr. Kibby is ungrudgingly recognized as the greatest Character Analyst in America. Bruce Barton in the April Issue of the American Magazine: I spent several hours with him at various times and no one I think could do this without agreeing that there is in Mr. Kibby some peculiar talent that enables him to understand men and help them understand themselves. Detroit Rotary Club, June 5th, 1922: William Judson Kibby in a demonstration of his methods of Character Analysis, displayed a remarkable ability in a line entirely new to most of our members, and gave several practical illustrations to prove that the application of his teachings would result in greatly increased efficiency. Mr. Kibby not only understands men. He helps men to understand themselves, and this was proved by the fine analysis he made of our president. New York University, April 19th, 1921: Your message and your manner of presentation were a very valuable contribution to the cause of personnel management; the selection of men has assumed very practical aspects since we heard you. The President of Corning Chamber of Commerce, January 10, 1919: Your lecture certainly was a wonderful thing for all those who heard it, and in the name of the Chamber of Commerce I wish to thank you most heartily. I have personally heard a great many lectures, and this is the first one in my experience where those in attendance were actually carried away with thoughts of substance and value. It lifts the Chamber of Commerce luncheons to a very high level. Cleveland Advertising Club, April, 1914: I need not state to you the high appreciation of the Club, for the fact that they remained long after the usual hour, and that many lingered to ask questions is ample proof.
|Title||William Judson Kibby|
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|Personal Name Subject||Kibby, William Judson|
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