I’m about to show you the scariest handwriting sample I’ve ever seen.
This example alone proves to any skeptic that personality does come through in a person’s handwriting. Show it around the office today.
Take the next 8 minutes and check out the mind of a convicted criminal… and a deviant.
View the handwriting sample and listen to the audio from one of our Live Annual Conferences, where the handwriting sample was discussed in detail, this audio is extracted from the Level 301 Certification Home Study Course.
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A magazine reporter called me last week and begged me to do a quick analysis of the super famous Playboy Playmate and reality star Kim Kardashian.
For those who do not watch much reality TV, her hit show The Kardashians follows Kim and her family around drama-filled shoe shopping sprees and other nail biting experiences.
One of the best uses I can think of for Handwriting Analysis is hiring and selection! If you’re like me, you want to avoid problems with employees, tenants, baby sitters, even spouses. In this video segment I’ll show you how to find out if someone is right for the job with just a few simple questions.
Helping someone choose the right person can be a very lucrative career for any handwriting analyst…some experts charge anywhere from $100 to $500 dollars an hour consultation…but you have to be accurate and to do that you need to understand what what personality traits contribute to an employees success in the position they are applying for.
The best approach is to ask the employer, what personality traits do they want this person to have and what personality traits do they want to avoid in an employee.
What personality traits would you want for an accountant, a teacher, a salesman, a manager?
Watch this segment taken from the Handwriting Analysis Certification Course…where I role play the handwriting expert hired to consult with Curt Baggett as the hiring employer.
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Bart Baggett is one of the leading handwriting experts and authors in the field of handwriting analysis, graphology, and forensic document examination worldwide. Learn more at HandwritingUniversity.com
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