He makes sense of life through analysing and understanding numerical cocktails…
What on earth does this mean? Chris’ massively enquiring mind causes him to question literally everything. Now in his fifties, Chris’ greatest love is to explore the infinitely complex set of mechanics around why life works as it does. He is always puzzling away at “Why did this ‘human experience’ happen as it did, when it did, and what do I need to learn from it?” In early 2009, at age 40, extensive lower back surgery triggered a dreadful post operative nervous breakdown. In 2010, he quit his high-flying corporate career and began trying to piece together why his life had shaped (the good, the bad, the ugly) as it had. A book he read in 2017 written by a Princeton educated mathematician sparked an idea in his mind that we humans are a grand organised design assembled as a mathematical expression of Supreme Intelligence. And with this, an extreme research journey began!
The discovery of the human Intelligent Mathematical Blueprint [IMB]
Thousands of hours of test and learn research, complex chart building, and reverse engineering coupled with careful analytics led Chris to the conclusion that every human has an Intelligent Mathematical Blueprint [IMB]. Simplistically, an IMB is a brilliantly crafted experiential matrix laid that is down at birth. His IMB research proves that we humans need to seriously rethink the notion that our lives are a random set of experiences and begs the question “Who or What is behind the creation of all our IMBs?”. The upshot of this investigative work led to Chris developing a highly accurate predictive mathematical model which can now describe an individual’s life journey in 8D using numbers and number sequences.
Chris Styles brands himself a Human Futurist
Chris’ IMB work led to his coining the terms “Human Futurology” and “Human Futurist”. Human futurology research is an evidence-led scientific approach designed to help people understand what the future could have in store for them. Within every IMB exist moments that are coded with opportunity-rich number sequences (the positive ‘protagonistic years’) and moments that reveal high-risk (the negative ‘antagonistic years’). Knowing when these moments present (which is possible through IMBs) allows people to proactively plan around intelligently managing the seasonality (summer, autumn, winter, spring) of life. Having built and analysed thousands of charts over the years, Chris has volumes of research which he hopes to write up for his PhD through a human sciences institute at a leading international university. Chris and Suzanne Styles (his wife and business partner) are now looking at how they can turn this IMB research work into a business that provides new strategic people management intelligence to businesses.