What does your handwriting say about you?
Handwriting Analysis (Graphology) is a unique subconscious self expression that illustrates several things specific to the writer such as emotion, thoughts, style, organization and etc. all in one simultaneous motion. It is what you consciously think, yet it is motivated by your subconscious. Reflecting your behavior and personality traits.
WHAT YOUR HANDWRITING SAYS ABOUT YOU
We can determine up to 200 traits specific to the writer by analysis.
We can help determine:
Level of honesty
How an individual processes information
and much more!!
We can write a complete in-depth analysis of the writer based on the handwriting sample provided.
We are able to generate very thorough analysis that can be several pages long revealing traits, tendencies, compatibility, work preference, strengths, weaknesses, performance, goals, motivations and much other useful knowledge about an individual.
What is needed?
1/2 page of cursive writing and another 1/2 page of print writing on an 8x10 paper (preferably with no lines)
signature of the writer
written in pencil or pen
Many clients are corporations wishing to filter out applicants who are not suited for the position they are hiring for. Other clients are those who wish for self-improvement and self-discovery. This can help one to grow as a leader, person and help them to make proper goals for themselves. Others are those who are looking for career matchmaking. Handwriting reveals your unique traits and those traits have specific strengths in particular careers that you will find both natural and enjoyable. Forensic consulting on a criminal investigation can bring detectives and other law enforcement in who are looking to discover useful information about their suspects.
HANDWRITING ANLAYSIS VIDEO
9 Minute Video Clip
Mike Mandel is a world famous Master Handwriting Analyst and this video clip is a very small demonstration of how Handwriting Analysis works and how much information can be gathered about an individual.
"We cannot solve problems with the same thinking we used to create them"