Personal pronoun I is very personal, just as a signature is very personal.
So what do these two tell us that is different from each other?
The signature is the person the writer wants the world to see and think s/he is.
It is her/his conscious projection of who the writer wants to show they are. It is a projection of who they want to be seen as.
But is it the real person?
You don’t have to be Irish to have the Gift of the Gab
But with St. Patrickâ€™s Day in March, our thoughts turn to shamrocks, the â€œluck of the Irishâ€ and the â€œGift of the Gabâ€.
If you are Irish then a very happy St. Paddy’s day to you.
However that said, weâ€™ll leave the Irish to their luck and their shamrocks, and concentrate here on the gift of the gab, which in less colloquial terms would be identified as persuasive communication skills.
Here is how to identify just who has this sought after gift, who has not, and how it will be used.
Without ever meeting the person in question.
How?Â By looking at their handwriting. So dig out those Valentineâ€™s from last month and check them for â€œIrish-nessâ€.
Left Handed Writers
Does it make a difference to analyzing writing if the writer is left handed?
Answer: yes and no!Â Read onâ€¦
Wavy baseline in handwriting: Quick Tip #4
When you are writing on unlined paper, the baseline of your writing tells a great deal.
- It can be very straight.
- It can be uphill.
- It can be downhill.
- Or it can be gently meandering along with a undulating base.
When it’s up, down, waving gently along the line of script what does that mean?
I receive quite a few questions about writing that is all in capitals, so here is a brief explanation.
When I comment to someone on the fact they write only in capitals, they always have a reason, an “excuse” for why they are writing this way.
True or false the reason doesn’t matterÂ It is what it is. The writer is writing in all capitals so the rules that govern this still stand.