Creating the Portrait
An Analysis of Handwriting is a Word Portrait.
A personality report should describe the person so well that it gives him a new understanding of himself – with details that he has never known before.
Also, it should allow him to see himself as others see him.
Most students of handwriting analysis learn how to identify odd clues in handwriting here and there.
And so they end up with a shopping list of words that have no connection whatsoever to the real personality of the writer.
An Understanding of Personality
To be meaningful and relevant a handwriting analysis has to be based on a real understanding of personality.
When I first started to learn graphology I hunted far and wide to find a method that would help me to construct the all-important personality report. But it was a vain search. Everyone taught how to identify individual clues from handwriting – t-strokes and i-dots and so on. But no one taught me how to put all the information together.
I had to find out the hard way. And so I did.
“Creating the Portrait” is my answer to this and other problems. I think it succeeds. I do know that I would have walked miles for this type of information when I started to learn handwriting analysis years ago!
Creating the Portrait
I wrote “Creating the Portrait” because I found that most books on handwriting analysis left me high and dry when it came to creating a personality description. This is the area where most people need the most help but it is exactly where most books and courses fall short.
What you really need is a clear and concise method to help you with this rather tricky process.
And so I have put together a practical and sure method to show you in logical stages exactly how to go about analyzing a sample of handwriting – and how to create a personality report. “Creating the Portrait” shows you how to make use of all the clues in your handwriting sample.
It shows you how to put all the information together in a logical way so that you can write a descriptive picture of anyone’s personality. Most importantly, you will learn how to construct a report from any sample of handwriting – step by step.
The 8 Keys of Personality
Every analysis has to be based on a structure.
The 8 Keys of Personality will give you that structure.
It will help you to see the bigger picture of the writer’s personality and you won’t get lost – as many do – in a maze of unrelated symbols.
The 8 Keys of Personality will help you to “crack the code” of each personality – and then you will see how easily everything falls into place.
A Step-by-Step Guide
Once you know how to identify the clues in the handwriting sample, “Creating the Portrait” will show you exactly how to create a personality portrait or description. It’s a step-by-step guide with a non-fail method for creating meaningful personality reports time and time again.
“Creating the Portrait” will show you how to make use of all the clues in your handwriting sample. It will also show you how to put all the information together in a logical way so that you can write a descriptive picture of anyone’s personality. Most importantly, you will learn how to construct a report from any sample of handwriting – step by step.
You can get the book here: Creating the Portrait