Top Ten Qualities Employers Want and how to recognize them in writing

Top Ten Qualities Employers Want 

Top Ten Qualities Employers Want

A look at the Top Ten Qualities Employers Want: the traits most in demand with Employers, and how to identify them from your handwriting. Continue reading

What does Handwriting Analysis DO?

What does Handwriting Analysis DO?

So it’s all very interesting to say I am a Handwriting Analyst, but what does Handwriting Analysis DO?

how_can_this_be_a_jobThere are two main ways of using handwriting analysis.

  1. To identify personality traits (Personality) and put together a complete picture of the person
  2. To identify if two or more writing samples were written by the same person (Forgery Analysis)

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Get a job with help from your handwriting

 

When you want to get a job or go for a job interview, or even when you are writing your resume and cover letter, do you know what your soft skills are?

Do you know what personal qualities the employer is looking for?

Your writing can help…

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Teambuilding and Handwriting Analysis

Company teambuilding exercises are not always fun.

They are not always interesting or effective and it can be hard to get everyone on side.

Do you want a no-trouble, plug & play, totally unique, fun exercise for your group?

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Trust and Handwriting: Quick Tip #5

One of the things most often asked about handwriting analysis is how to tell if someone is trustworthy.

Honesty is the most obvious component of trust, but there are several others. Continue reading

Honesty and Integrity

Is honesty and integrity important to you in a new hire?  If so, how do you identify this in your job applicants? Here is a foolproof, immediate way to KNOW if your potential employee will be honest and straightforward.

Is honesty and integrity important to you in others?

If so, how do you identify this in people you meet? Continue reading

Top Ten Strengths of Workplace Re-Entry Women

So what are the top ten strengths of women going back into the workplace?

Women returning to the workforce often sell themselves short, partly because of society’s view that if you’re not in the paid workforce you are “doing nothing”.

The other part of this equation is because after a few years of dealing mainly with children and duties around the home, many women find own self esteem and self confidence is low as to what they have to offer in the world of work.

But as any savvy employer knows, a woman returning to the workplace brings with her extremely valuable skills and qualities. Continue reading

What is Wealth to you?

When one reads about “wealth” initially one thinks of money.  But money is not the only type of wealth.  questionmark

Here are five  things to look out for when considering different types of wealth and how to identify them from handwriting.

And you can identify the strongest wealth focus of anyone by looking at their writing.  This can be very valuable in all connections with others, whether it’s friendship or business. Continue reading

Extroverts vs Introverts

Dictionary.com lists Extrovert as being and outgoing and gregarious person, a person concerned primarily with the physical and social environment, and an Introvert as a shy person, a person characterized by concern primarily with his or her own thoughts and feelings.

Handwriting can tell which a writer is. Continue reading