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What does your Signature say about YOU?
A Professional Graphological Analysis, determines whether your true self and the self you want others to see are the same or not. It’s used a lot for Employment Profiling, providing the employer with an independent yardstick of a candidate’s suitability.
An illegible signature means:
A desire to be seen but may not prefer to be noticed or known … Loves to keep things in private and desires to keep his/her true identity unknown. Although they do have good people skills and enjoy socializing.
Shows open and straightforward social attitudes. Happy to be accepted as they are.
Right slant: an outgoing, bubbly, outer persona.
Left slant: does not push self forward. A quiet shy personality, quite aloof.
A straight line under the signature reveals he is self-reliant and believes in following rules.
A simple form of an underline: shows self-confidence in a humble manner.
Underline but a bit showy and a bit curly: loves to seek attention.
Zigzag line: under the signature reveals an uncertainty in the writer’s behavior. The longer the zigzag line, the unsure the writer is about his/her ability.
A wavy or smile shaped underline*: is a strong indication about writers’ humorous behavior.
Signature is completely different when compared to usual writing:
Shows that the writer wants to hide some aspects of his personality, and therefore he/she creates a new “identity” by creating the signature with a totally different look.
Size of Signature
The size of the signature shows your wish to be observed or want to be-ignored.
Extremely Large – (as compared to the handwriting) the writer craves to be noticed, and is very bold and confident.
Large signature typically indicates, “notice me”!
Medium sized signature: honest, with a good self-image they do not need direction from others and are astute decision makers.
Smaller sized signature indicates less of a desire, or extremely no desire to be noticed.
Dotted I (i) reveals
A creative i-dot: shows that he/she loves to stand out as being different.
A small, straight line used as an i-dot: reveals that the writer is restless in his behavior and possibly seems to be always in a hurry.
Ignores to dot the i –dot: it shows that the writer does not heed to details and finds it very difficult to follow minute details.
An i-dot which is long and continues: as a lead stroke touching the next letter reveals that the writer is creative and intelligent.
An i-dot which is placed meticulously and carefully: right close to the top of the lower case i, shows that the writer loves to follow the details minutely.
The I – dot is placed much higher and far from the i, it reveals that the writer is ambitious in nature.
Privacy is important, he/she may have lots of secrets and may appear mysterious to many people.
Just be You … and show the Best of you “Upfront” … What’s not to like?