Be a Success through Handwriting
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.
There are 10 basic, major traits that anyone wishing to succeed at either life in general or achieve something more specific need to know about. And to either make sure they are in your writing or to make sure are not in your writing.
There are 10 Basic, Major Traits that Influence Success
- They are extremely important.
- They are extremely easy to identify.
- They are extremely easy to add to your writing and keep there.
- Or they are extremely easy to remove from your writing and keep out.
This of course is the process of Graphotherapy. or Personal Development through Handwriting
Graphotherapy is the practice of adding and eliminating traits from your writing until the new writing becomes a habit.
By then the body language of your writing has sent its message to your brain and your actions follow that follow.
People who believe in the Law of Attraction find this easy to accept.
Those who do not, find it more difficult.
But changing your handwriting is an extremely powerful way of changing your behavior.
Behaviors are habits.
They are preferences.
They are choices you have made, often so long ago, perhaps even in childhood, that you no longer think of them as choices but just as the way you are.
But that does not change the fact that they are choices which by repetition have developed habits.
It can be difficult to change a habit, but once changed it offers up little or no further resistance the the behavior associated with it is gone.
Many things we think of as “personality traits” are really choices which you have made as a result of your previous environment, outside influences, self esteem (which is usually a result of outside influences), and life choices.
- The goals you set yourself – are they high or low?
- Do you believe in yourself?
- Will you stick with something or give up?
Those and many more questions. Your answers to these, and your beliefs surrounding them can be changed.
- You can succeed.
- No matter what has gone before.
- You can make it.
- You have it in you to reach your goals.
And your handwriting can play a major role in your success.
For more on how to use handwriting to change behavior and attitude go to the Graphotherapy – Personal Development page on my website.
If you want to be a success, if you want to succeed in life in general or in something in particular, using your handwriting can help.
The wonderful bonus of using handwriting to change aspects of your behavior and personality is that if you start to slip back into you old ways, it will show up in your handwriting before it shows up in your life.
This gives you the chance to put it back where you want it to be as soon as the slip starts to happen.
Be A Success gives you some traits and illustrations of how to get started on the new you, on creating your own life of success.
Try it and see the results.
If you would like to work one on one with me as your Graphotherapy Coach, please go to my Graphotherapy- Personal Development page.
There I offer you:
- An initial assessment and recommendations for changing your writing.
- You can either just take that and then go it alone
- Or you can send me your writing at any time for a Tune-up- a re-evaluation and further recommendations.
- You can have as many or as few Tune-ups as you like.
So Be a Success! Please! Everyone of us has so many gifts, talents and possibilities. Make sure you use yours to the full.
Tell me what you think – I’d love to hear from you.