So what has handwriting got to do with the Olympics, you might ask?
Well, nothing directly, however Olympic athletes are obviously very good at setting their goals and keeping on going until they reach them and how you set and achieve your goals (or not!) shows clearly in your writing.
And the goood news is, if you don’t already have them, you can get them.
How to be a success through handwriting: when I analyze writing for clients there are two things they always want to know.
“What are me negative traits?”
“What is wrong with me?”
People always manage to see their negatives so clearly, magnify and worry about them. But they never seem to see, that in most people, these negatives are more than balanced out by all the great, positive traits they have.
The other question is, not surprisingly after you know the first question:
“How can I improve?”
“How can I be the best I can be?”
“How can I achieve more?”
“How can I be a success?”
And they are right in asking those questions, because your handwriting can most certainly help or hinder you be a success.
Self deceit is pretty self explanatory in some ways. It obviously means that the person is fooling themselves and addressing things realistically.
But if you are seeing the world through rose colored glasses, how to you know that you are doing it? After all, you look out and see everything looks fine. How can you know that they way you are seeing things is not how things really are?
There are of course many ways to do this and depending on the severity of the situation counselling may be the answer.
It is unlikely that when you procrastinateyou are doing completely nothing.
So you are doing something.
So how can you be procrastinating?
The answer is obvious.
You are procrastinating because you are doing something else, something that is not so urgent or important as the thing you are putting off.
Sometimes we can convince ourselves that this other something is more important. Or we tell ourselves the important thing is not really so important, or that we will have plenty of time to get it done later when in fact this is not the case. Continue reading →
I write this as the old year disappears and tonight at midnight a brand new year will start.
Traditionally this is a time of memories. A time to look back and remember what good and bad happened over the past year. Perhaps to wonder what we could have done better, but hopefully to celebrate what we did spectacularly well.
Writing gives insights into how each writer will look back. Which are you?