Asking a Job Candidate for a Writing Sample
I often hear people who have been asked for a handwritten cover letter agonizing over the possibility that it was then sent for handwriting analysis.
It may well have been, of course, I can’t possibly know.
However, the savvy employer would not be doing that. Continue reading
Why is this blog called “Practical” Handwriting Analysis? Why not just Handwriting Analysis?
The Dictionary describes “Practical” in the following ways:
- Adapted or designed for actual use; useful; practical instructions
- Inclined toward or fitted for actual work or useful activities
That is my goal in Practical Handwriting Analysis:
- To develop a blog that will highlight a show practical uses for Handwriting Analysis, for every-day people who are not necessarily trained handwriting analysts.
I want to give you the tools to use handwriting analysis in your “actual work or useful activities”. Continue reading
What is Practical Handwriting Analysis?
Just what it sounds like.
It is a blog dedicated to the practical benefits of the science of Handwriting Analysis.
What are the practical benefits?
Well, as this blog develops, there will be a far ranging variety of benefits explained and demonstrated for you to consider.
For now here are a few of the more obvious benefits: Continue reading
If you are considering a new job, one of the important, and often overlooked, things to consider is how many interruptions will you be expected to handle on an on going basis. Continue reading
Do you have what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur? Your handwriting will tell.
How can Handwriting Analysis help Career Changers and Job Seekers?
The answer is yes. Definitely. Absolutely. Without Doubt. Yes. Here’s a taste of what to look for… Continue reading