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24 Personality Traits in the Lower Case "t"

Fiona MacKay Young, Handwriting Analysis & Personal Growth

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13 Lessons (1h 1m)
    • 1. Introduction to 24 Personality Traits from the lower case 't'

      1:35
    • 2. 1 Height of t stem

      5:18
    • 3. 2 The Shape of the t stem

      3:38
    • 4. 3

      4:15
    • 5. 4 The Shape of the t bar

      8:34
    • 6. 5 Left Crossing t bars

      3:47
    • 7. 6 Direction of t bar

      5:27
    • 8. 7 t bar placement

      3:38
    • 9. 8 Hooks & Weight of t bar

      6:16
    • 10. 9 t bar goals

      6:29
    • 11. 10 Trying out you new skills #1

      4:36
    • 12. 11 Trying out you new skills #2

      4:27
    • 13. 12 Trying out you new skills #3

      3:12

About This Class

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You can tell a great deal about a person just from their lower case 't' alone. It shows more personality traits than any other letter, so it's a great one to learn. Goals, dreams, bossy, ambitious, sensitive are just some of the traits you will learn.

This course takes you through examples of each of the 24 traits, with explanations of how to identify them. There are also 3 quizzes at the end for you to try to identify as many of the personality traits as you can. And of course there are answers to the quiz as well.

Transcripts

1. Introduction to 24 Personality Traits from the lower case 't': I'm feeling a Kanye Ah, Welcome to 24 personality traits in the Lord case T, the Lower Casey shows more personality traits than any other letter in the alphabet. It shares some of these traits with the lower case D, but the D doesn't have a crossbar. Which city does pty has a lot more trade sanity. So the T takes surprise for having the most personality traits and one letter on We're going to go through this letter this letter and identify all 24 traits today. Now, no one letter T is going to have all 24 personality traits in it at once. I mean, that's impossible. And mostly you won't find any one person that has all 24 traits because some of them are opposite. So you know, persons unlikely toe have opposites, but it is quite common to have a variety within the writing, so you may write the word thought, which is two teeth on. One team might show some of the traits from the other teams, so other traits. And if you've got lots of forties and you're writing, they may repeat some of you straight. So the major, even other traits. So what were the other? If you go through all teas and somebody's writing, you will come out with us. Many off the 24 treats as that person has. So let's get going and hard. Try done 5 24 personality traits from the lower case. 2. 1 Height of t stem: So now we're going to look at the tea stem height, our beginning with the trade off vanity and vanity shows in writing where the tea stem is, 2.5 are more, tying the height off the lower case letters. So looking at the example in the top right, the 1st 1 is doubtful. But the 2nd 1 Look how small the H of the E. R. So the tea is definitely more than 2.5 times that height. Then in the tea is subject again those to all the other teas, and this one is pretty close. So this person really is pretty vain, because the teas are all much too high for anything else. Going on to the second example that the first tee of the word to is about 2.5 times the height, the one independence is quite a bit bigger than 2.5 on the one, and complete is totally enormous. So again, vanity all the way through the two teas here also are more than 2.5 times the height. Social vanity and it's the same rule us with everything else, the more often it shows the stronger the trait on The tolerate is, the more vain they are when they are being vain on all of the's writing. Examples have been chosen because they all show vanity throughout. So all these three writers are vain almost all of the time. The second treat we're going to look at T stem height is independent. Thinking on the independent thinker is not a rebel, but they do like to do things their own way. The independent thinker. If they have an idea that they think is better than the way it's normally done, they're going. They'll do it their own way. But if, on the other hand, the way it's always been done seems to them the best way to do, then they have no objection to going with the flow and just doing what everyone else does. So as they say, they're not rebels. But they have their own way of thinking things out, and that shows in a really short T stem. So here we have won. The two teas and word written are actually the same height as the lower case letters, so that's really, really strongly independent thinking. The tea's in this middle sample are a little bit higher than the lower case letters and don't pay any attention to wear the T bars. Are that something to do with this? It's just a tea stem, so these ones are a little bit higher that in the lower case letters. So this person is also an independent thinker, but not quite his independent thinking as the one above. They won't go quite so different. The bottom writing shows to tease, which again are a little bit taller than the lower case letters on much the same as the middle one. So all three of these show independent thinking, the one that's most strong, the one that will go most out there is the top sample because they're of a shorter's Allah thes show it all the way through. So they're all very strong. Independent thinkers have the last T stem height is the one that's in the middle. It's not tall enough profanity. It's not sharp enough for independent thinking, and it shows pride, and this is not pride that goes before a fall. This is that you take pride in your work so you do the best that you can accept your pride in your behavior and that shows in teas that are twice to 2.5 times the height off the tees them. So they're they're not less than twice, and they're not more than 2.5 times. And here we have one here. That's about two and 1/4 I would guess times the height off the lower case letters, so that person takes pride in what they do now. Just it's not part of this course, but just for interests sake. T's and D's show the same in the height of the teach them at the state. Statham in the D is actually over 2.5 times the height. So there is some vanity in this writing, but all we're looking at here is the tee. So the T just shows pride. The middle one here is a part exactly twice the height. Again, Don't pay any attention to wear. The T bars are. Just look at the height off the tee stem compared to the height off the lower case letters on. This is just about exactly twice the height. So definite pride in this writing this last one again about exactly twice the height. So pride issuing in all of the's, as in all traits, the stronger. It shows that this stronger the trait when it shows on the more often it shows, the more often the trait will appear in the person's writing. So all of the's handwriting show pride the top one because of the D, although that as they say, that has nothing to do with this course. It shows some frightens of ality, but the other ones show all pride. 3. 2 The Shape of the t stem: So here we're going to look at the shape of the tea stem and look for the trade off positiveness on positive shows where AH line comes straight down on the either ends. Or as you see in this one, it changes direction with a sharp angle. If it curves at bottle of that curved around in Cape, that would lose the positivity. It has to either end abruptly or haven't angle. So this writing all the teas have either end abruptly or they have an angle. So there's strong positivity showing in this one. This one, the tea bars curved on top. But stroke down is absolutely straight. So we're looking, teach them to be straight. This one. The T actually goes back and curves in a knot, and it does the same here, but it's a straight down T seven, so again, positivity on there to tease here, both of which just comes straight down so positive shows where the tea stem comes straight down and ends abruptly. Here. We're looking for the trade off. Sensitive is sensitivity to criticism, and it also shows in the shape off the tee stamp. It shows where this a loop you see this salute there and there. Thestreet all half loop. So this writer is very sensitive to criticism again loops. All the teas have loops. The bigger the loop, the more sensitive to criticism. And this loops on those two as well. So any time you see a loop on the T on this actually applies to a D as well. So that would also be sensitive. But this course is just on T, so we won't mother about that. But bigger than Lupa nitty the more sensitive to criticism on the more often you see it as in all of the's, haven't every time. That's very strong. It happens all the time. If someone writes with a loop on the T only occasionally, then sometimes their sound sorta criticism. But all these writers there are sensitive Chris of all the time on this one in the middle is the most sensitive because it has the biggest loops. And here we're going to identify dignity, which also shows in the shape off a T stem. Dignity is where the tea stem is retraced. You go up and you come back down on the same line. It has to go up and then condone. If it just starts, the chopper comes down is not dignity has to retrace. So in here all the teas are retraced. So strong dignity in this writing again. This one is not dignity. It just starts the top and come sound. So there's no dignity in there, but this one does go up, comes back down. So you have to look for the entrance stroke going in. So you know it's gone up before it comes down because this one kind of looks like it is, too. But there's no entrance joke. It didn't go up. This one is not dignity, cause got a little bit of a loop in it. But this one is dignity was up and comes back down. So any time you have a completely and it has to be completely, this one is iffy. I'm including it because all the rest of them are definitely dignity. But where's his gap of the bottom? It has to be a very small gap of the bottom. For it to be included as signage e so Husby retrace all the way up on all the way back down for dignity with no loop 4. 3: so the T step angle. The first trait we're going to look at is that off stubborness, the stubborn person digs in the heels, and they will not give way. No matter what, you can prove them wrong. They're still sick to what they were thinking on. Here's a good example of it has to be a leading stroke going into the tea so the leaders joke. And then there's retracing in this one. It can either be retracing our look, but they can't be open all the way up. It has to be either looked or retraced at the top that it comes out and it goes over to the right and makes a big splay a big angle in the baseline at the base. That is this straight off stubbornness. Now, this one, although it has this play, is not Southern because the entrance stroke into the T doesn't touch the baseline. If that's the baseline there, you'll see it's well above it, so we can't tell separateness from that. This one again is the same. The interest stroke is above the baseline so we can tell soberness. But this is a very good example. Off. Stubborn is at the baseline are wide splay, so this person will be pretty Severin where they're stubborn. But it won't be suffering all the time because they've got to that. Don't show it. Looking at the middle example, there's display on the first tee and retracing on the top on display on the second T and retracing on the top. So this person is stubborn two out of two times I know to. It's a pretty small example, Teoh. Take further. You know, you'd have to look at a much bigger example, to be absolutely sure. But as far as this example is showing, they're suffered all the time that looking at the lower one this he goes up from the base and it forms a loop of the top. That's fine. It's either a little or a retracing, and then it comes down and goes over. So this is to play there. Just ignore this line at the top here. This is the letter from the line of office kind of coming down into this line, so just pretend that's not there. So you've got this Weiss plea coming up and down, stubborn again. The wise late, coming up a little loop on the top down. Stubborn, this one's retrace at the top, but it's got the whites play at the bottom for stubborn, and so does that one. So this one has four examples of teas on their all stubborn, so stubborness shows. We have a wide display on the lower part off a T stamp, and now we're going to look at the other trait that shows in the TCM angle on. That's a trade off. Being deliberate, deliberate means the writer goes their own speed regardless of what's expected off them. It doesn't necessarily mean they go slow, but it usually means so go slow deliberately because they don't want to go fast. And it shows in A T, which displayed right up to the top. So the hell is this? T here has gotten a leading stroke, and then it comes down on their space all the way to the top off the tee. So that is a very deliberate writer. Now this word is an end, and it doesn't matter that that one's open all the way out. That doesn't mean the same. It's only if when it's a T that it means deliberate again here in the middle left, it goes all more stops, the top and deliberate. So that is so. I would say that still deliberate, cause it's pretty close to the top. This will again deliberate because it goes really up to the top with a wide splay and this one down at the bottom are actually both of these out of the bottom. This one goes up with display. This one goes down and the T bar goes back in a cross. But that doesn't matter. We're looking at the gap in the middle. The gap goes all the way up. Now this one, I would say it's the most stubborn because it was absolutely up to the top. The rest are too far open to be stubborn, so they are deliberate. But the opening does go pretty far to their talk, not quite to the top. So delivered on stubborn are the two you can tell from the angle off the tee stem 5. 4 The Shape of the t bar: that were onto T bar shape on the first treat is a great trait to have is a treat off enthusiasm and enthusiasm shows in the length off the tee bar doesn't matter how high it is or home Lewis's or whether its land supper down. All we're looking at is the length. Look at that one fantastically long. That was not as long, but it's a lot longer than it needs to be. So those two are really enthusiastic. The T Bar any time is longer than it has to reasonably be, for the letter shows enthusiasm. So again here, Lords of Enthusiasm really long straight T bars doesn't actually matter frustrated so length. But this straight means they're going direct directly after what they're enthusiastic about Andi. It doesn't matter if it crosses to tease or one. It's still a long one. Now that one isn't really enthusiastic, cause it's got too much for curve to it. But that one is, and those two are so enthusiasm shows where a T bar sweeps across, takes enthusiasm with it, brings everyone along with it. It's a wonderful treat tohave so if you don't have that new writing start adding it look, look for it in other people's writing as well. The next street we're going to look at in T bar shape is sarcasm, sarcasm, cutting some cutting edge to what someone says on that shows in a T bar that fades out towards the right. This one doesn't have little bit. It doesn't really end in a point, but it does get narrower as it goes towards the right. The's ones there again, they get definitely narrower aciego towards right on this one totally fades out as it goes towards right so heavier on the left, fading out towards the right. Now the carry it on that is, if the writer has obviously written from right to left, is probably left tendered writer. I'll mention more about that in one second. But if you can see a guessing now, to our towards the left, that it could still be sarcasm because is if it fades out as it goes, left 100 writers. You cannot tell a left handed writer from a right 100 writer, and I know ah lot of you're going to argue with that and say Yes, you can, but no, you can't thieve left 100 writer does not slant to the left or often under right. There is no way of knowing, except sometimes the left handed writer, sometimes not always. Ah, left 100 writer will write a T bar from right to left his set off left to right. And if it's just a solid T bar all the way along, you probably can't sell. But if it fades out towards the left, then you can see that they must have written it, cause you really is almost impossible to start very light and get heavier in that with that same look to it, the same feeding outlook. So if it faces towards the left, it would still be sarcasm. It would probably be a left handed writer on. You won't see it very often, but when we let schoolmate with mainstream fading out towards the right, a T bar is Star Castle. So the third tricked we're going to look at and t bar shape is the trade off Shallowness. Shallow means being a bit flippant about things. Not taking things is seriously, as most people would consider. They warrant so in this top writing sample, which isn't terribly clear, but nevertheless, it has really good examples of shallow look of the tea bars there, like saucers. So they're curved like saucers, every one of them all the way. Bill, that one isn't. This one is. This one is on. This one is so all of them, except the 1st 1 in the second line. They're all really curved in saucer shape. So that is an indication that this person tends not to take things that seriously, as most people would think they should. If we look down on the middle example, there is a curve tea there, and it's a curve T bar there. There appears to be one here, but it's kind of difficult to see because gone off the page. But that, or to their in the work contact now these ones were not as curved as the ones in the first example. So therefore, the one person who wrote the first example tends to be a bit more flippant, a bit more shallow than the press in the 2nd 1 On just a word of warning, don't tell some. Neither shallow, they won't like it. Just tell them prophecy subtypes state things a bit flippantly. If we look at the bottom right example. The 1st 1 is very slightly. The second world line is a little bit on the tee and with on the third line is really shallow. But a T if there is not so this writer, the bottom right writer will occasionally be shallow. Be a bit flippant, but certainly not all the time. So if we grade them and they one of the top is by farther the most shallow, then the 2nd 1 have that 1/3 1 So the T bar it of saucer shape always beans the purse intensive a bit more flippant than perhaps the situation would warrant on. The last trait we have for the T bar shape is a trade off. Self control self control. You can by looking at the right to work out what that person is controlling on. I'll show you one example of that here. Usually they look at a bigger sample of the writing than we have here, but you can tell at the very 1st 1 is where we can tell self control shows in an upside down saucer shape. Remember, shallow was the right way up saucer. This is an upside down saucer shape T bar. And this T bar here is off to the right, which means temper will come across sent later in the course. But because this person's showing temper as self control in the same stroke, that means that trying to control their temper. So the temporaries off to the right on the could self control is an upside down saucer. You'll notice the other two T bars are not saucer shaped, so when this person is not trying to control their temper, they're not using self control. In this middle left example, those through T bars on attempts are very curved. The one on the end of attempt is slightly curved. The other two are not. That one on at is not carved little on the one are not a straight with a hook on the end, so the attempt has the self control. But that doesn't actually tell us what they're controlling. So we just have to look at that writing and say this person shows self control at sometimes . And maybe if we had a bigger sample authority, we could tell. But for this we're looking the upside down saucer. Self control is present in the right hand example. Here, the tea bars are very exaggeratedly upside down curves. Every one of them really exaggerated upside down curve. So this person has self control in overdrive. It's not terribly clear what they are controlling that sometimes you just can't tell other times you can. My past gas on this one is the writer is really squished up. I'm not usually means the person is squished up there, squishing up their feelings, their emotions. They're not displaying them. Its suppression. So I would say this person is trying very hard to control their emotions. Their caught there. Their self control is causing suppression in their emotion. But for what we're looking at, a cheap are all you need to know is the upside down saucer shape shows self control, so number one off of the top shows self control of temper. That's clear because it's in the temper and it's not elsewhere. The other two. We can't be 100% sure what they're controlling. The one on the left shows some self control. Not always The one on the right shows extreme self control all the time because all the tea bars aren't exaggerated upside down saucer 6. 5 Left Crossing t bars: the first off the left crossing T bars minutely go from the right towards the left show, a self castigation, and that's where the T bar comes from. The base of a T, the down stroke off the tee happens, hits the baseline that it curves back over to the left, and it stays at the left, so this one again has a bit more of an angle, but it goes over to the left. In the second example, you'll notice the T bar goes up at the tea stem goes up down and the tea party's flips up on over. It doesn't go back and over the same ways, the other one, but it goes up and over nevertheless, So both of thes show self castigation very strongly. That is blaming yourself for things that aren't necessarily your fault. Too tall, you're more traditionally see it the way off the second example where it doesn't really go forwards before it goes back. It just flips back right away. But if you see it the way it is in the first example there, where it goes forward and back, that self castigation, too. The second trait that shows a left crossing T bars is persistence on with persistence. The T bar dust cross to the left, but that it comes back to the right, and that's the difference between persistence and self castigation. Self castigation goes over to the left and stays there, persisted. This goes over to the left form, said Anti clockwise thought, and comes back to the right. Now the anti clockwise is important if there is a not a loop, like fats are showing on the left. But it's not anti clockwise that it's not persistence. Our inner T it usually is. It's very unusual to find or not. That is, that is clockwise in A T. But if you think if a capital R, for example, some people will do, the divers joke. If they are, they go around the circle part of the top former, not on over affinity are on. That is a conch wise. Not so anywhere you see a plank wise, not, it's not persistence. The anti clockwise thought you see in the tea also shows, often as an ampersand use for the word on. It can be in a capital a capital H. It could be a lower case. F it can be absolutely anywhere, so long as it's had not like this. Sick was anti clockwise is persistence, but we're only looking at electricity. So here it is in the letter T This one has to tease They're both persistent. So this person presumably is pretty persistent in the right hand. Example, the first tion don't has a loop on the top, but that doesn't matter. We don't care about that for this. All we're looking at is the not in the T bar, which is there. So persistence on every T in this writing has a persistent not so also a very persistent person. The one on the bottom has a persistent not in the word to in the middle line, and it's a big process that not but the the the last word. It's not fully formed, it comes down in the knock was underneath, so it's not really a not so. This person has one out of two persists that knots and as always, you can't really tell for such a short piece of writing. But if it if it was running one out of two all the way through the writing, then that person would be midway and persistent, sometimes persistent, sometimes not. But we can't really tell with such a little piece of writing, So persistence is an anti clockwise, not that ends up coming back to the right. 7. 6 Direction of t bar: first trading T bar direction is the trade off initiative, and that means see opportunity and moving to wars, taking advantage off it to grasping it and initiative and writing shows in a T bar that flips out from the base So the tea stem comes down, the pen is not removed from the paper, and then the T bar flips out to the right. So there's to love the examples in that first example on the top, the middle sample of writing shows a much more Richard is still initiative, but it goes down and it much more rigidly and shorter. Set. The T bar comes out, but again, they're both initiative now. All of the's so far have been at the end off words, and that is normally where you see initiative is where the pen is. A pen is picked up off the paper immediately after the the Initiative T stroke, which is normally the end of a word. However, if you look out the words the third line on the middle example, you'll see initiative in the first lecture off the words. So the TV stem comes down, it flips out and over, and then the a H happens after that. So that is initiative at the beginning off a word is very unusual. I can't remember ever seeing a t initiative t at the beginning of a word before. It's normally always at the end, like these other ones have. The bottom example again has seen ish to have done flip out, down flip out. So any time you see that flip out from the baseline, it has to still be continuous from the down stroke. The pain must not leave the paper. It must slip out to the right. If it does that, is the trade off initiative a great treat? Tohave? The second example of two bar direction is the trade off optimism. And this is always a good trait to have optimism shows in T bars, which slant upwards to the right. On that top example, you can see every T bar goes distinctly up to the right, showing great optimism, the one on the left at the bottom row again, the tea bars air not attached to the T. In this case spot, they are nevertheless planting up to right all the way through and in the bottom right there t bars and lower than either of the other two brother, also slanting up to the right. So anywhere you see a T bar slanting up to the right, it means the person is optimistic on as those ones air all scientist up to the right every single T barn, every single example. All these writers are optimistic most of the time. If you just see it occasionally, it means they're optimistic. Occasionally on the third and last trade in tea bar, direction is domineering are dominating now. Dominating is positive. Dominating means leadership. You can take charge. You can do it in a positive way. Domineering. It's more nagging. Dominy Reace, also someone who wants to take charge but they do it in a negative way tends to be negative . Both show where the T bar slabs star onwards to the right, and this one has very distinct, very strongly downward slanting T bar. So this person really wants to be in charge. You'll notice if you look carefully that the T bar fades out a bit at the end is most noticeable inward until in the word party, it gets not or as it goes down, and that is domineering, So this person tends to be domineering some of the time. If we look at the key part in the word about on the word on the word today, it tends to say the same weight throughout. That's dominating. So this person is a very strong wanting to be in charge because this is a very strong gun stroke. This pressure really, really wants to be in charge, and sometimes he managed to do it positively. But sometimes they don't in the middle example, the two T bar slant downwards, but not very much on their both blunt ended. So it's dominating, but it's not very strong, so this person will take charge when they have to. But it's not something they absolutely need to do in the bottom, right? The first tee barn to does not slant down the one on requests. It does the one an immediate does the 1st 1 in contact us. The 2nd 1 doesn't posts and act do, and the does not sow some of thes slant downwards a bit. Some don't. So there's some meat to be in charge, they say the same thickness, right? So there's some dominating. So to some extent this person can take charge when when they feel it's important to them. But other times they're quite happy not to be in charge. They've got a mixture of both on in general life. Toe have a mixture is much better than to always need to be in charge. It's someone who always needs to be in charge can get a bit wearing. So it's a good half a mixture of these, and of course, it's much better to have dominating than domineering. 8. 7 t bar placement: the first trade in tea bar placement shows the trade off temper someone who gets mad. The top example. Show us the T bar on the first word off to the right of a T. Some it does it in, or data on the first tee of interpretation, the second to tease interpretation. Don't show it, but the three video off to the right all show temper. So any tea bar, often right, shows temper when it's detached from the tea Sam Aziz ones are. It's more of a blasting temper. If we look down to the middle one, the first tee intel is attached. The T bar is a tight off to the right. It doesn't cross, but it is. It's attached, so that is a temper that's not quite so blasting as the ones above. But then we go down to the next rule, and we see a blasting temper There. The word agitated has to temper to temper T bars, but they're both attached on. The last two can are not temper because that one goes back and over from the whole, and that one actually forms to the look off to the left of the tea stem. So we're only looking at 123 that you're attached on one such attacks. So nevertheless, this person has quite a temper. Neither of these people are get angry all the time because they both have teas that are not temper as well. The bottom example for all its only two words has a blasting temper in both of them. The T bar is not attached on. And if this one the word, the is really far away, which means it's even more blasting. So this person really has a bad temper. Eyes only two words. So we don't know what's in the rest of it. But if we take this as being an example off it, this person definitely has a really bad temper. So look for a T bar off to the right to the tea stem for temper. The second trait in T bar placements is procrastination on that is putting off till tomorrow. What you should be doing today are putting off altogether what you should be getting done on that shows in a T bar that is off to the left off the tee stem. In this example of the talk, we have one that's attached on three that are not attached. So attached won its last procrastination than a detach one, but they're still all procrastination. In the second example in the middle, we'll see true small T bars they're both attached to These are three. They're all attached to the sea some, but they're all off to the left. So again, this writer has procrastination. If the last example down here again, it's very small. T bars on that shows procrastination because they're off to the left. Now there are two things that come into getting started. There's progressively you progressed it, but it's also starting part, and we're going to come across starting part in the later video by starting par shows in a very light, lightly drawn T bar. On this positive example here shows that so they're very light. So not only does this person procrastinate, but even when they decide to get going, they don't have much going for them to push themselves forward. So this person has major major problems getting going. The other two Well, yes, they do procrastinate, but if they decide they're going to get going, they can probably do it 9. 8 Hooks & Weight of t bar: on the first trait in T part Hooks and wait is the trade off acquisitiveness they desire to acquire on. It doesn't necessarily mean that desire to require money, although it can mean that as well as it is, are to acquire elephant. Could be friendships can be happiness. It committed many material type of stuff. It'll anything you want to acquire. So in the top example here you'll see the initial hook. And this is what shows the acquisitive when the pen first touches the page the writer makes . Ah, hook. There's one in every word in this example. The beginning of every word has that hook. So that is a very inquisitive writer going out to the middle example. We have it in the two words me and the word No at the end, there's none in the word Let's on. There's none on the second line, so this person is somewhat acquisitiveness are somewhat acquisitive, but not as strongly as the writer in number one. Down to the bottom. Example. You'll see there are ours and inquisitive hook here and here on the word be. It's not really a hook, it's just a curve, so we won't count that one. And the more have hopes and and has it there again, this one is kinda half in between. But we will mother about it because he got so many decided hooks there. So this person also is quite a quiz itiveness. But the strongest acquisitiveness is shown in the first example because they had every single time when they put pen to paper, they made a hook and it has to be a hook going in the anti clockwise direction. You will occasionally see a hope going clockwise. But for acquisitiveness, it has to be anti clockwise. The next trade in tea bar hooks and wait s a trade off. Tenacity on that is hanging on acquisitiveness was wanting to get tenacity is once you've got you hang on and it also shows in hooks It shows in hoops at the end before you lift the pen from the paper. So we have him all the end of each of these words there and each of these words there. And that was kind of small of in car. That was much. But it's pretty strong because everywhere the pen leaves a page at the baseline, this one has hooks looking at the bottom left the top line, urban areas, very big hooks there the word the on the world local. It's more difficult to put it in a city hook at the end of a look on a why or a G? It's very difficult to do. And if you think of trying to do on anti clockwise hook, there would be very difficult, so it doesn't really happen very much there. So this is pretty strong because most people don't do it on the y G NJ. So this one is just about strong. Is that one that will look at this one here on the right, There's a little hook here at a little hook here on a little hook here. Those hooks are much smaller than in the other two examples on their not so often, either. So the size of the hook is the size of what you want. The hang onto this person is more interesting hanging onto the little things in life, whereas those two people are more interested hanging on to major suffering life. Thes two are pretty strong. They hang on just about all the time. This person just hangs on. Sometimes when they see something worthwhile that they think they want to hang on to fail. Hang on. So that is tenacity on the last example we have into bar hooks and weight is starting par on. This is a very important one to be able to identify, because it's something that most you really want to know about somebody, and it's something you'll grasp pretty fast if you meet them. Starting part shows in the heaviness off the T bar compared to the heaviness off the rest of the writing. So if we look at the top example here, the tea bars are amazingly light. They're hardly even there. So this person has a really hard job. Getting started now is only getting started. That doesn't say anything about how well they'll do once you get going. That's a different traits that will come across as well. This is just how how well they'll get themselves started on. This person doesn't do very well at getting themselves started. A tall they really need a strong push from somebody else. The middle example. The T bars air all about the same heaviness as the rest of the writing so that is average starting part on average starting power will get you going in. The average situation is quite fine. Where average starting part won't help So much is in a very difficult situation where you really need to push yourself to get going. The average starting power has more trouble, but in most situations, average starting power is quite fine. The bottom right example. You can't help but notice CC bars. No, only worry the art, how long they are. But how heavy are they are definitely heavier than the rest of the writing. This is someone who has strong starting parts. Someone you can just feel that they are going to get going when they decide they want to go . Dynamic is a word often used to describe people like that. This person, one city side, they're going to do something. Watch out because they are going to go at it. So that is starting part. So look for that one and any writing you see any time anyone doesn t they have to show starting part or lack of it. So have a look for that one. Every time you look at writings, that very important trait 10. 9 t bar goals: Section nine is goals as shown in the T Bar on the first goal. We're going to look at our day to day goals, and that means is the person who wants state one step at a time. They don't want to say I'm here, I'm going to get to there and look at the top of the mountain. They're going to say I'm going to one step today, One step tomorrow, flight school by steps. They can be extremely successful. It by no means means they're not a success. But they do take things one step at a time, and that shows in law T bars. So if we look at the example of the top and it doesn't not to this is part capital, part lower case. It doesn't make any difference. The tea bars are the level off the top off the lower case letters. They're and they're all awesome. So that is very dated giggles. That person just takes one step at a time. It can mean a lack of confidence, but not necessarily. It may be a decision that left me to do that. The middle example. The tea bars are actually slightly lower. Then the tops of the lower case letters. So that is very dated vehicles, and this actually does show a lack of self confidence. They're kind of putting themselves down and thinking they can to chief. So T bars below the top off the lower case letters is very dated, a goals and a lack of confidence. The bottom right. The tea bars are about the level off the lower case letters in the first rule, where they are connected to the E and connected to the eyes. The dip down dip down a little bit there, connected so they're making when they connected to the next letter T bars galore. We can't tell this one because it doesn't cross the T's. Um, we'll find out where that means later, but it doesn't cross the t's em, so you can't tell it for goals. So these ones, the goals air either day to day or below day today. So this person takes very day to day goals and also lacks some confidence in themselves. Next, we're going to look at practical goals, which are just what the sound like this person looks that a goal and says that's reasonable . I should be able to achieve that, and off they go to do it. So, looking at the top example, the T bar is above the top of the lower case letters, but below the top off the tee stem. So anywhere in between the top of the lower case on the top of the stem is practical goals . The second example. The middle role on the left. The 1st 1 is a practical goal. The ones an invitation are practical goals on the one in the happy end. It's a practical goal by the woman To Issa, dated a goal again, is gone lower. So where is this person? The first example always has practical goals, although there are really two examples, but we'll just take it is being them all. In the second example, that person usually sets practical goals, but sometimes he back off a bit and go for data tickles in the middle. Right again, Very prats. Cocoles, halfway up between the top of the lower case in the top of the tea Sam on down here, in independently 20 we have to which are practical and one which is locals. So this one again sometimes sets practical goals as sometimes he back off and Satan. I'll just be a bit careful about this and don't go after quite so much so as you'll no doubt have noticed. We're working our way up and we're now at number three, which is high goals and high goals. Show where the T bar is way up at the top is still connected to the tea Sam, but it's right up at the very top. It almost looks like a Capital T, although it's actually a lower case. And this is the person who stands at the bottom of the ladder of success on, looked right at the top and says, I'm going to get there. I could do it. I can get there on the head off to achieve great things. The second example in the middle. It also has very Heikal stuck on the top. This person is also after everything they can possibly see ahead of them and likewise the what on the bottom. So all three of these all of the time go after high goals there really ambitious. They go after what they want and the last goals we have are the dreamer goals, the dreamer sat skulls that are way up in the clouds or not really attached to reality their way out there. And it's all very well to have some goals that air dreams. But, you know, if you're actually going to achieve anything, you really need to be connected to reality a bit on Dreamer is not. So. Toe have a few dreamer goals is fine, but you don't want them all as you'll see on this. These examples here thes have them all. The T bar is floating above the tea stem. Also in both of these almost touching there, but not quite so this person just doesn't have realistic goals. A tall that just way out there. I'm dreaming of this, and with a bit of luck, it might happen for me. Likewise, Tall story has t bars that you're way above the top of a teach them gratefully ous well, a long T bar. But it still is not touching Andi on the bottom. Example. Again, the tea bars are above. It's difficult to see. This one goes so far after the right, but it is above on. This one is above us. Well, so when you see a t bar up above the tea Sam like that, that is someone who is a dreamer, and hopefully they'll have some connected T bars as well. And if it's you, it's fine to have the occasional dream. But don't let all your goals just be dreams. 11. 10 Trying out you new skills #1: So here's the writing example you've seen before, but this time it's your turn. When you're positive with you, I look at that writing. There's a list of all the traits we've covered down the right hand side, so to rind you off them. So have a look at the writing. See how many you can identify and then go on to the next street and you'll see what traits air in the writing that I found. So I'll just work my way down this list here. Andi tell you which ones are showing in the writing and you check what you found. So goals this right through schools are mostly practical. If you remember, practical is where the T bar is above the level off the lower keys letters but below the level of the top of the letter, so that when there is practical, most of them are. This one is a rather local, and this is also a rather local. They're they're just above the top of the lower case letters and no more So in general, this writer has practical cols, but occasionally, though, draw back and just go far. What seems pretty safe the next one that shows on this list is procrastination, as pretty things off on a T bar to the left of the teach them shows procrastination so that one definitely is. And we can look at this one on this one. They may be is difficult to tell in this one, because the loop So when it's a loop on the tea, which do you use the front part of the loop or the back part of the loop? So it is difficult to tell where. But I would say this is procrastination. This is, and this one definitely is. So there is some procrastination than this writing the writer procrastinates some of the time, but some of the time they get on and do what they have to do. So going down the list again until we see the next one that we have here starting par starting powers. How heavily the tea bars written average starting power is when the T bar is the same heaviness as the rest of the writing on you find that in most of the tea bars here, however, this city bar is slightly very slightly heavier than the rest of the writing, so this writer has average ability to get started, which will get them started in most situations on occasionally, when it's a bit tougher, they can. This one will kick in on. We will get going even when things are tougher. So pretty good. Starting power is not a driving force, but it's probably adequate in most situations. Going down the list again. The next one that's in this writing is enthusiasm on enthusiasm shows where the T Bar is longer than it has to be for the width of the writing, so that they're not really, really long. But they aren't long enough to be enthusiastic. So this writer shows time enthusiasm over what they're doing. Going back down the list. Vanity and pride will get these both at the same time. Vitality is where the tea stem is 2.5 times arm or the height off the lower case letters. You look at this, teach them there's the lower case letter. There's the top. It's more than 2.5 times so, sis one. This one's close. This one is about twice the height, so the ones that are taller, our vanity, the law, consider just sparked twice the height. Our pride. So for the most part, this writer takes a lot of pride in what they do. And sometimes it just tips over the scale into being vanity, going to analysts again on the last one that we see in this list the last year or not there is the last one on this list is here is sensitive, sensitive to criticism. And it shows in a T. Sam that's written with a loop and every T Sam except this one. Every T seminars. Writing has quite a big loop. So this writer is extremely sensitive to criticism. Have to be careful what you say to them because they're liable to take it to heart very, very easily. So that's the traits. So we find in this sample of fright e how did you do with that? 12. 11 Trying out you new skills #2: So here is one more writing sample for it to have a look at guard analysts of traits parts the video, have a good look at it and go on to the next slide to see what I found in the writing. So let's see what we can find in this writing goals a little bit about the lower case letters above the lower case letters but below the top that was right to the top. These ones are practical again, halfway up. So we've got two very distinct goals. Ambitious goals. Right on the top on. We've got three. The tired rhetoric before that are halfway up. So this person takes a lot of pride in going after Prats, Google's and some very ambitious goals. So some of the time we just go after what they can recently think. The King go after recently reasonable ambition. On other times, he stand at the bottom of the ladder of success and they say, Hey, I can do this. I can jump to the very top on off the go So some very distant, ambitious goals in this writing. There are, however, no dreamer goals are all attached to the T step. So working away down optimism is showing slightly. It's not strong, But that T bar is slightly uphill compared with the writing on DSO is that one? Because that ratings goes likely downhill, the tea bars go slightly up. So a little bit of optimism is not very strong if you miss that when I wouldn't be surprised. But it is there starting par. How heavily the T bar is compared with the rest of the writing, for the most part again is average. But the two that are the top are actually slightly heavier. So we're actually this one is too. So sometimes the writer has really gets going. They have sort of par behind their start, other times its average. So this this person is actually pretty good at guessing. Going averages is okay for most situations. Andi. Half of them are stronger than average. So pretty good starting part enthusiasm is also present. And it's very interesting that the two ambitious goals have more enthusiasm than the Laura goals. Those to Laura goals have enthusiasm. Those two don't this one, and this would have some enthusiasm, but the higher goals have more, and actually that is extremely interesting is the higher the good, the goals go for more enthusiastic again. So this president really enjoys being ambitious and going after what they want. Get going down Vanity, independent thinking and pride twice the height. So, uh, pride twice the height. That's 2.5 2.5. So all of the's, I would say, our pride. This one is fearing on independent thinking is quite short, but because all the ones, all the other ones, or at least twice the height I would say this person takes a lot of pride in what they do. Positive. It's not really positive. It's where it comes sound and it just ends and they all come down on the curve. But it's very close because look at that when it's almost got an angle at the bottom suit is this one, and where he's got a curve, it takes away from from the positiveness, but where it's got an angle, it changes direction. You can count it as positive, so this person generally has quite a positive outlook. It's not really strong, but it is there, and this person also has dignity. Dignity shows in a T Sam, that is retraced. And these are all on the all this way since all the other ones are retrace. So this person goes around, does they're what they're doing with pride and dignity, and these two go very well together. So how did you do with this rating sample? 13. 12 Trying out you new skills #3: and here is one last example of handwriting for you to see how many traits you can identify in it. So Ponsi Video have a look and then on to the reading. So again we'll be working our way down this list of traits and see what we can see in the writing. So we begin with goals. This writer has practical goals, which are above the level off the lower case letters and data jiggles, which are at or below. In this case, the level off the lower case letters. It's about 50 50. About half of them are practical. Half of the merlot on the practical ones there what you might call low practical there, just above the bottom of the lower case letters and no more. So this writer tends to make goals that they can relatively easily accomplished before they go on to the next one that go step by step rather than caking big jumps. So if working our way down again, we have procrastination. There's a craft stating T bar. There's only one there, but it definitely has progressed it. He is off to the left of the tea stem. So this writer also procrastinates working her way down here Starting power. Very average is exactly the same weight as the rest of the letters. There's no difference in it a tall, so average starting part, and you will find that most people do have average starting part. Strong starting power or weeks starting par are the minorities. Let's say you'll never see it, but definitely averages. Is is the average enthusiasm. It's there a little bit, but it's not very strong. The tea bars a little bit longer, but not much. So a little bit of enthusiasm, vanity or pride or independent thinking. They all these show in the height of the tea stem. This one is about twice the height of the Lord case letters. This one is also this one's a little bit more. How hard this they're. Almost all of our twice site of the lower case letters are slightly more so pride his press that this person takes pride in what they do. There's no independent thinking or vanity positivity. Positive shows in our line goes straight down on stops. This only one in the tees here. There's other ones elsewhere in the writing of this, only one in a T, but that is positivity, showing the writing the way. That's just one straight line, which ends. It could at a not going at an angle and restart it count curve that takes away the positivity. So this is the only one that's positive. There is no sensitivity to criticism nor dignity or stubborn and no deliberate. So that's all the ones we have in this writing. How did you do with ease?