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Signature for Success: How to Analyze Handwriting and Improve Your Career, Your Relationships, and Your Life
     

Signature for Success: How to Analyze Handwriting and Improve Your Career, Your Relationships, and Your Life

by Arlyn Imberman
 

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In Signature for Success, New Updated Edition, Arlyn J. Imberman shares her handwriting-analysis techniques to help you better understand yourself, your coworkers, and your friends and family, thus improving your relationships.The way people form letters, the size of their script, the pressure they put on the page, the speed of their writing, the space between their

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In Signature for Success, New Updated Edition, Arlyn J. Imberman shares her handwriting-analysis techniques to help you better understand yourself, your coworkers, and your friends and family, thus improving your relationships.The way people form letters, the size of their script, the pressure they put on the page, the speed of their writing, the space between their words, their fluidity, legibility, stroke, and slant all are keys to their inner workings. Imberman shares intriguing tricks of the trade: the six personality types of handwriting, how to read a handwriting sample, how to improve compatibility in romantic, business, and family relationships, how to recognize the dark side of people, and how to make better choices when hiring day-care workers, doctors, housekeepers, and others.Signature for Success also includes handwriting samples and assessments of famous, infamous, and everyday people. You'll be able to practice handwriting analysis and will learn how to better understand your own handwriting style and the styles of those around you.

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In this entertaining and often informative guide to handwriting analysis, Imberman, a graphologist and executive coach, and coauthor Rifkin (The Everything Online Shopping Book) share their insight into how handwriting can define character. The authors trace the long history of graphology and point out that the Greek philosopher Aristotle was among the first to study the link between people and their handwriting. Imberman strongly believes that graphology is an excellent human resources tool, claiming that a professional graphologist can identify team players as well as movers and shakers in a company through their handwriting samples. Drawing on the theory of personality types developed by Carl Jung, the authors divide writers into six types (borrowing from the Myers-Briggs analysis): extrovert, introvert, sensing, intuitive, thinking and feeling. Numerous samples penned by famous people demonstrate how various aspects of script-including, size, legibility, use of margins and slant-reveal their personalities. Barbara Walters writes in a structured manner, showing her to be an organized thinker; Bill Clinton's expansive script is that of a true extrovert. The authors make a strong case for graphology as a way to determine compatibility by analyzing public figures: they use the handwriting of married artists Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera to show that they were mismatched from the outset. According to the authors, Paul Newman's and Joanne Woodward's handwriting also explains why they have had such a long, successful marriage. (Nov.) Copyright 2003 Reed Business Information.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781610352338
Publisher:
Linden Publishing
Publication date:
04/01/2008
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
304
File size:
13 MB
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