Your Handwriting tells how you will act in a Crisis

Your Handwriting tells how you will act in a Crisis

So how is it that your handwriting tells how you act in a crisis or handle an emergency situation?

And what use is that anyway?

To answer the second question first: by understanding both your own and others natural response to crises you can be better prepared for both the event and the response.

For example, someone who writes with a far forward slant gets very emotionally involved very quickly. Continue reading

Signatures: Size does matter.

Is your signature smaller than your writing? The same size? Or larger?

A signature smaller than the rest of the writing is someone who is hiding away, who doesn’t want to be noticed. Why appear “smaller” or less noticeable than you really are? False modesty could be one reason, or someone who has some reason to want to brush by without attracting attention.

Signature larger than the writing is the opposite. This person wants to be noticed. They are presenting themselves as larger than life. They want attention and recognition. It may be part of the job – a salesman, a politician etc. Or it may just be a cry for attention.

The signature of the most genuine person is the one who’s signature and writing look the same. Here I am, they say, like me or not, this is who I am, like me or not.

If you write your signature differently from your writing, take time to consider why you do this. There may be a good reason, or you may discover something about yourself you hadn’t previously thought of.

Play the Signature Party Game with your friends.

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Readers Questions: What does a period at the end of a signature mean?

Angie from Florida wrote asking me what it means when someone puts a period at the end of their signature.

It means “I have spoken, that is it, end of story.”

Now you know. I have spoken, that is it, end of story. Fiona.

For more on Signatures check out the Signature Analysis Workbook, and for great party fun, check out the Signature Party Game.

What’s new? Use your signature to play!

You’ve used your signature in many ways.

To sign letters. To sign credit cards. To sign official documents and contracts. To sign checks.

But have you ever used it to play a game?

Now you can!

The new “Signature Party Game” has everyone at the party signing their name, and then playing a game that involves discovering what personality traits are shown in it …. and in the signatures of everyone else at the party!

It’s all light hearted and fun. If one of your guests is an axe murderer, you’ll have to find out the hard way – the game focuses on positive and fun traits, getting everyone involved and getting to know each other better.

Great fun for a crowd who already know each other well.

A super ice breaker game for those who are new or newish to each other.

Just sign your names, follow the game step by step instructions, have an entertaining and enlightening event!

If you’d like to see a few of the things you can tell from a signature, take the free signature analysis quiz.