AHO Radio with guest Susan Ibitz, "Human Behavior Lab: Harnessing Human Superpowers" (Ep.7)

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1y Jul 12, 2020

In this episode of AHO Radio -- Co-Spiritnauts, Bill Protzmann, and John Krotec interview the incomparable Susan Ibitz. We asked her for a bio and she sent the following (slightly edited) Eulogy instead:When she dies, Susan will be remembered as:- ISTP- neutral- low explorer- small and low ears- pointy and even eyebrows- high proxemics- protruding and square chin- thin and small nose- introvert- hermit- low neurotic- highly curiousShe was self-absorbed in her own world and looked happy that way. Her world was books, opera, her dogs, and a few cats during her life. Not hundreds of friends, but the ones who were part of her life were there forever. She felt better under a cover on the sofa with a book, music, and a glass or two of Malbec than going out on a Saturday night. No TV, and Sundays with no phone, in PJs, reading serial-killer books. Her home was always a house around the kitchen; she loved to cook and feed friends, sometimes too much.Stubborn to the bone, loved to disagree. A good mental sparring fight was her main passion in life. She specialized in off comments at the most inappropriate times and situations. She failed in most first impressions and sometimes had the chance to recover from them.Introverted to the core -- most people never knew she was called Houdini - she always had a way to avoid networking and talking with strangers but loved her work so much that when she was in front of others teaching the introvert with social skills showed up.Oh...she owns more than 600 pairs of shoes. She has almost the same number of books in her library...yet even after reading so much she still had the WORSE gramma and strong accent. The music in the background at her wake will be "My Way" as sung by Frank Sinatra, with Malbec and an open mic to tell funny and happy moments together. See you in hell my friends! XoXoShow NotesSusan's company is Human Behavior Lab: https://HumanBehaviorLab.com/For Susan, Oscar Wilde's witticisms are a vital part of sustainability! So is Machiavelli's masterpiece "The Prince."https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LBnNVLpps8M&t=4s&fbclid=IwAR3F0J6IRkmFPaA_983g7OFMdRUYb2i7HuDgJUgIlpPSk8GtfvgWO_bqlRQ

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Through research and teaching, we work on unlocking the science behind Human Behavior, Micro-Expression, Body Language, Deception-Detection, Statement & Face Reading.


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