Handwriting Analysis: asking for writing samples

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

Handwriting Analysis is very Practical: here’s how

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”.fyi pen Continue reading

Practical Handwriting Analysis: What you’ll find on this blog

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