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What Your Handwriting Shows: Beginnings and Endings

Fiona MacKay Young, Handwriting Analysis & Personal Growth

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14 Lessons (49m)
    • 1. 1 Beginning and Ending Traits Talking Head

      2:21
    • 2. 2 Overview

      2:08
    • 3. 3 #1 Blunt Direct Clear Thinking

      4:05
    • 4. 4 #2 Acquisitive

      3:21
    • 5. 5 #3 Resentment

      3:40
    • 6. 6 #4 Humor

      3:32
    • 7. 7 #5 Jealousy

      3:28
    • 8. 8 #6 Desire for Responsibility

      4:28
    • 9. 9 #7 Lack of Generosity

      2:53
    • 10. 10 #8 Caution

      2:40
    • 11. 11 #9 Desire for Attention

      3:50
    • 12. 12 #10 Discouragement

      2:39
    • 13. 13 #11 Tenacity

      3:13
    • 14. 14 Add how to remove traits or add them

      6:49

About This Class

You will learn how to identify 11 personality traits in writing that show in the beginning and ending strokes.  

The traits you will  learn are:

- Blunt/Direct, Clear Thinking

- Acquisitive (the desire to acquire) 

- Resentment 

- Sense of Humor 

- Jealousy 

- Desire for Responsibility 

- Lack of Generosity

- Caution

- Desire for Attention

- Discouragement

- Tenacity

You will also learn how to add any of these traits you want to have to your writing and to remove any you don't want. This will also add or remove them from your behavior.

Transcripts

1. 1 Beginning and Ending Traits Talking Head: I'm feeling a mechanical on. Welcome to what your handwriting shows, beginnings and endings. I've been a handwriting analyst for wool over 30 years, and during that time I've analyzed an awful lot of rating. What I find is that people will zero in on the body off the writing on the size over the slant or specific letters. But usually what people forget is to look at the beginnings and the endings. There was sometimes really little strokes that we just don't notice, and I'm guilty of that myself. I just look a piece of writing. I don't immediately go to the beginnings and the endings. I tend to look for other things first, so this course is all about beginnings and endings because there is some really good material, really interesting information. You can find out about someone about yourself if it's your own writing or someone else. If it's someone else's writing some really great information, you can find out by just looking at the beginning and the end, the strokes. So in this course I'm going to take you through 11 different strokes that you could find in beginnings and endings, and you'll be surprised what exactly you confined. I've also put at the end unless, son, how to change your writing. Because us, I teach, I would likely say, Well, you've got this. You could change it to that. People say Well, so how do I do it? Well, it's actually very simple. And if I say the last lesson, this covers exactly how to do it. Anybody can do it. It's not rocket science. It just takes a little time, maybe 15 minutes a day for a few weeks. And you could make the changes you want on the lesson. The last lesson. I'm going to show you exactly how to, and you will then be able take any of these 11 traits that I'm showing you for beginnings and endings. And you can even add them to your writing if you want them, or take them out of you writing if they're ones you've already got and don't want. So 11 traits in beginnings and endings on how to add and remove trades from your writing. Okay, so let's get going 2. 2 Overview: overview in handwriting. Every stroke, no matter have smaller, insignificant has a meaning are it hasn't influenced on the meeting off. Other strokes is easy to look at writing on completely miss the variations that appear in the very first stroke, where the pen touches paper on the very last joke, Justice Apparent leaves a paper. But the's jokes, like all other strokes, have definite and significant meanings to the personality off the writer. The first joke when the Penan touches the paper, whether at the very beginning, off the writing or anywhere in the writing where the pan has left the page on is now going backed into contact with it again. That first joke, when the pen touches the paper on the last stroke before the pen leaves the paper, is what we will look at in this course. The beginnings, jokes. We look at our number one blunt, direct and clear thinking they all show in the same stroke to acquisitiveness the desire to acquire three resentment. Four a sense of humor, five jealousy and six I desire for responsibility, and the endings jokes we look at are one. A lack of generosity to caution. Three a desire for attention. Four. Discouragement on five tenacity. So that's 11 strokes. You know we'll start with the beginning strokes. 3. 3 #1 Blunt Direct Clear Thinking: number one blunt or direct and clear thinking being blunder direct can be good or it could be a liability. It depends on the situation in which you use it. However, clear thinking is always a plus, as it allows you to look past unimportant or unnecessary information on zero in on what is truly important. Both that is blunt and direct and clear thinking show in this same stroke in handwriting. So this stock has an upside, which is clear thinking on a downside, which can be an upside, which is being very direct and blunt as they say, That can be good and it can be bad but clear. Think he's always a plus. There are a variety of initial stocks that we start writing with. But if the writing starts without elite in stroke than the trade of direct are, blunt has shown, this is also clear thinking, and you'll notice the's examples have no stroke. That starts before the actual letter. The first joke is an essential part of the letter, and that's direct, blunt or clear thinking. The pen just touches the paper. I start right into the essential parts off the letter. If you missed out any of the parts of a letter that your there you wouldn't be able to read the letter. So there's only the absolute essentials that's blunt and direct. Clear thinking is cutting out all the extras and just giving you the essentials. This writer with Tell it how it is no sugarcoating a spade is a spade, and a wrinkle is a wrinkle. However, the upside of this trait also means clear thinking. This writer is not easily confused. I can usually cut through superfluous information and focus right into the heart of the matter more examples of blunt, direct and clear thinking. Again, the arrows point to where the pen touches the paper on. There were no initial strokes whatsoever and the same with those ones. So it doesn't matter what style, what slant are big or small. It's just there is no leading stroke lesson quiz. Which of the writing shows the trade off? Blunt, direct, clear thinking on Why so look at these examples. You can pause the video if you like to have a better look, and the answers are on the very next site. So work out which of thes shows blunt, direct clear thinking and which does not. Here the answers to the quiz. This one does have clear thinking. There are low lead in strokes whatsoever. All these words just start with the actual essentials off the letter. This one has a couple of clear thinking, but the rest are not. You'll see all the other words have a tail leading into them, so this one will give it a little bit. I dotted lying because it's not really totally clear thinking. This one has a tail leading into every single word. So that one definitely is not clear thinking this one again, very clear thinking, no lead in strokes. So that's another clear thinking. Well, how did you do? 4. 4 #2 Acquisitive: number two acquisitive. The desire to acquire a quiz it'd is a desire to acquire its not necessarily, however, the desire to acquire money. It can be the desire to acquire friends, health, everything, a tall anything that's on your bucket list. It doesn't mean greedy. It's just that the person is alert to opportunities to get whatever it is they want on their ready to move forward. When the chance arises, they're focused. A quiz it of this shows when the initial stroke the pen first touches the paper is an anti clockwise hook. Anti clockwise is important which direction it goes in, so look at those ones. It goes anti clockwise in a hook as it goes into the letter. So these two words have acquisitiveness. At the beginning, there's another one in the P and another one in the B. It can be anywhere at all. It may help you remember, if you think of a hook as a hand curved up to grab something, it can be a negative treat, but it can also be positive. It all depends on what the writer has a desire to acquire. It always has to be a definite hook to qualify as acquisitive. Just a curve won't do. It has to be an actual hook. Here are more examples off inquisitiveness. You see, every word begins with a hook that's a very acquisitive person on this one has three so not quite a strongly acquisitive as the other one but still acquisitive Les Acquis, which other writing below shows a trade off acquisitive. You can pass the video if you like to have a better look, and the answers are on the very next site answers to the quiz. The 1st 1 has no hooks whatsoever anywhere. It's got hooks at the ends, but that doesn't matter for this. We're only looking at the beginning. There are no hooks. This one has some hooks. Leave red arrows point to them, so this one has some acquisitiveness. This one only has one, so it's got a bit of a quiz itiveness. But it's not really strong. That one has no hooks, so there's no acquisitiveness. How do you do to 5. 5 #3 Resentment: number three resentment. When someone is resentful, they act and feel negatively, even the situations where there's really nothing to in negative about. They take offense where none is intended. Sometimes it aware of the resentment. Sometimes they are not. But either way, it's impacts both the person themselves, on others around them. So this is an excellent treat to get rid off. If it appears in your own writing, Resentment shows where the initial stroke is absolutely rigidly straight. It starts at or below the baseline, and you see there there are four the I and is in the sea and coming starts below the baseline. J. A N N of the tear towards start at a baseline and the are in return starts below the baseline as well. The lines are absolutely, rigidly straight. There's no bend or curve in them. On the baseline is where the line would be if you were writing online paper when the trade of resentment is showing, it's never a positive trait, but even a slight curve in the stroke removes the meaning. So there's example we have before, and they look at the T. The that has a curved actually has a little hook, but it's a curved line, so it's no resentment in that stroke. Here are more examples of resentment that's actually very resentful writing. It's all angles all the way through. But the initial shock such a straight angles absolutely. Richard Lines, and this one has quite a few as well. So you're no of resentment. Would you see a lightness? Absolutely straight. You put a ruler against that. They will be exactly same. Linus a ruler. Here's the lesson quiz, which is the writing below shows resentments You can pass if it to you if you like to have a better look, and the answers are on the very next site. Here are the answers. There are two very straight lines going into those two words, so this person has resentments. The fact is, a hook on the end off the one that says the word much doesn't matter. Still, absolutely rigidly, this one. The lines are straight ish, but they're not absolutely straight. Every two in the middle line, who and you they look quite straight. But if you don't closely, they're not rigidly straight, so there is no resentment in that writing. You just see the tiniest bit of a curve to remove resentment again, that one has all curves, so no resentment. And this one has very straight lines, so there's resentment in that. How did you do? 6. 6 #4 Humor: number four humor. There are many types of humor on what is funny to one person may not be funny to another. Humor is also cultural. So what's considered amusing in one country may not be under suit. A sat in another. The type of humor shown here is the sense of fun, a gentle, don't abrasive type of humor. Sarcasm on wits are other types of humor, but don't show in the initial or final strokes, so they're not covered in this course. When you see an anti clockwise flourish at the beginning off a letter, a sense of humor is indicated. So there's two in the M, So I was always up in the air. It's not touching down on the baseline. It's always flying up in the air. Off flourish. This is a good sense of fun. Here are two different types of humor. The 1st 1 is a dry sense of humor. You'll notice the way the flourished comes around, and then as a sharp point as it goes into the M, it could be going into an end as well. It happens in both, but the fact is got sharp point at the end of the curve means is a dry sense of humor, whereas the one were it has the curvy line that just continues as a curve into the letter. That's just a lively sense of fun, but both our sense of humor here are more examples of humor. There's a dry sense of humor in the mall because it's got the flourish that goes in with an angle into the M, and there's a more funds sense of humor. It's got a bit of a flourish, not as much, but it goes in in a soft curve. Here is the lesson quiz, which writing shows a sense off humor. You can post the video if you like to have a better look, and the answers are on the next site. Here are the answers. There are hooks and levees, but they're all at the baseline That flourishes but all of the baseline so they dont come. So none of these are a sense of humor because they're down touching the baseline. That one has two M's. The one on the top line is almost touching. The baseline, but not quite on the wall in the second line is definitely not touching the baseline. So there to there that are a dry sense of humor, dry sense of humor because it goes away with a point, a sharp angle at the top. And there is two lovely, wavy sense of humor. Sense of fun. They know angles at all. They just go in. So more sense of humor in that one. How did you do? 7. 7 #5 Jealousy: number five jealousy. Jealousy is never pleasant to be around, whether it's you, her jealous of someone or something else or someone else who is jealous off you. Jealousy always makes for difficult communications on connections between people, but it's good to be able to identify the treat as that puts you in the power position to change it if it's you, and to deal with it effectively and not let it get to you if it's someone else. But when you see a clockwise small tight, not it means the writer has a tendency to be jealous. You'll see there. Three there. It's a very small type, not at the top. It's not on ground level. It's not up the baseline. It's up high on its very tight. Just think of someone off. Tied in knots is really tightly clipped together, and it's always clockwise. If it's big, it's not jealousy. If it's anti clockwise is not, jealousy has to be small, tight and clockwise. This is a relatively rare stroke to find, so it means more when it is present. But when you see a clockwise small tight, not it always means the writer has a tendency to be jealous on there are two there, So do autism and recognize them next time you see them. Now, this is not to be confused with the antique art cries. Not for acquisitiveness. There is acquisitive in that p, so don't give use. A 21 is clockwise. The other is anti clockwise, So jealousy is card khweis. Here's the lesson quiz, which writing shows jealousy. You can passivity if you want to have a better look. The answers are on the next site, so have a good look at that and see which ones show jealousy. Here the answers. There are two very small clockwise knots on the airman and showing jealousy so that one definitely has it. This one has hooks, but they're either baseline on. They are antique clock Christ. So that is not jealousy. This one has one hook up the baseline, so that, again is not jealousy. This one's that were difficult to see. You have to sort of stop and have a good look at it. But it's got three indications of jealousy. There weren't make the word with Andi. Can't even read that word. But whatever it is is gotta hook is jealousy. So three jealousies in that one. How did you do 8. 8 #6 Desire for Responsibility: number six desire for responsibility at this hour for responsibility is just that a desire it doesn't mean the person is able are even really willing to do what it takes to actually be responsible. They just like the feeling of importance off being a responsible position. Of course, they might also be extremely responsible. But this straight in the writing on Lee shows that they want responsibility. And when you see a very large clockwise loop at the beginning of a letter, I desire for responsibility is shown. So there is a very large clockwise looked at the beginning of that M it could be it an emer and end. You'll see here one in a Jacobean and I, um, it can be almost anywhere, but it has to be a large clockwise loop. You'll notice a difference stream that on the jealousy that we just did, which was a clockwise lupas. Well, but jealousy was a very small, tight clockwise loop, whereas desire for responsibility is a very large, sweeping clockwise loop. So the sizes What's different? This, however remember, is just a desire. You'll have to check the rest of the writing to see how good this personal actually be at coping with responsibility. Here are more examples off the desire for responsibility. Two in the eyes there and another one in an eye there. Here is the lesson quiz, which writing shows a desire for responsibility. As always, you can pause the video if you like to have a better look, and the answers are on the very next site. Less a quiz. This is the answers. There are no large initial loops there. There are very large loops on the D, but First Father go anti clockwise, and secondly, they're not an initial stroke, so they dont come. So there's no no big, no clockwise loops there at all. For it is our responsibility again. This big Loops hs a big loop but again is anti clockwise. So swung on the T, so there's no desire of responsibility there either. It is one there in the word journal. It looks a bit waiver. It's not very fluid, but nevertheless, it's a large clockwise circle, so it shows a desire for responsibility. And there is much more fluid. One in the name Jodi. So two examples off to sort of responsibility. How did you do when the initial stroke is really just a short stroke with no real shape or size. It has no meaning in itself. But it does show that none of the other meanings his presence, either. So there's an example of writing. It's got lots of little starts jokes, but they don't really mean anything. It's not blunt and direct cause it is a stroke. It's not jealousy or are acquisitive for our any of thes, because it just is a little stroke that says, it's nothing, really. There's nothing really to look at in this initials choke. This one has longer leading strokes, but again, they have no real beaning except to block the possibility of any other stock meanings. So, you know, this is a writer who is not resentful, acquisitive or blunt, etcetera, now on to ending strokes. 9. 9 #7 Lack of Generosity: number seven a lack off generosity in handwriting. When you don't have one treat, that doesn't mean that you have the opposite. For example, if you don't have a sense of humor in your writing, that doesn't mean your humorless. It just means that it's not a knob Theis personality trait that people will immediately recognize in you. So a lack of generosity does not be in cinci. There is a trace of Cindy, but it doesn't show in an ending or beginning stroke. So the lattes or the trade off lack of generosity does not bean Cindy. It just means that generosity is not present. I noticed that in this writing, the pen just finish is a necessary part of a letter and then stops. There's no tail at all. This is an indication off. A lack of generosity Onley than necessary is given it just ends. There is a small tail on the word enough for all. The rest have no tail here. Other examples off lack of generosity. So these writings all just end abruptly. Here's the lesson quiz, which writing below shows a lack of generosity. You can pass a video if you want to have a better look. And the answers are on the very next site. Here are the answers. This one has little tails on everything. So this is not a lack of generosity. They're very small tales, but they are tales. This one has no tails on anything. It just ends abruptly every word, every letter. So this one is definitely a lack of generosity. This one again has lots of examples of just words, ending letters nd with no tail. So a lack of generosity. And this one has tails and everything there. Angular tales, but their tails. So this one does not show a lack of generosity so that air to with a lack of generosity and to without, how did you do? 10. 10 #8 Caution: number eight caution. Being cautious means not rushing into things, checking things out, looking before you leap, etcetera. Not being rash. Your impulsive is good, but when caution shows up in handwriting, it means that the writer will hold off rather longer than advisable and may well miss opportunities. Because of it. The cautious trade in writing holds a writer back from realizing their potential or the potential of very situations that might occur. It's really not a strong negative, but it certainly restrains the positive. Here you will see that the last joke is long and runs flat along the baseline. This is a trade off caution, but it only applies where the long lines stays flat and at the baseline. If it curves up a tall, it's not caution. Here are more examples of caution. This writer has quite a lot of caution in the writing. Here's a lesson quiz which writing shows caution, You composite video. If you want to have a better look and the answers are on the very next site, here are the answers. This one has quite long tails, but the all curve up, so there's no caution included in that one. This one has two tails that her long and flat showing caution. This one either has no tail are a curfew tail, unfortunately, and on have no tail and your has a curvy tail. So there's no caution in that writing, and this one has to long flat tails. So this one shows caution. How did you do? 11. 11 #9 Desire for Attention: number nine I desire for attention. Someone who has to desire for attention is showing an insecurity. They need to know that they're important on notice by others, a control just in wanting to We recognize part of a group. Or it could be more the person demanding attention too much of the time. The former isn't usually too much for a problem, but the latter can become annoy when the tail off the letters go up off the tops. Off the other lower case letters, a desire for attention is showing you'll see four from there. The ending stroke goes above the tops off the lower case letters, so that's a desire for attention. I think of this as if the writer is waving their hands in the air, saying, Notice me, notice me more examples of a desire for attention every word apart for the word A. Every one of them there has a desire for attention now the two D's and appeared in decided The tail doesn't go about the top of the letter, but it still goes about the top of the lower case letters. Three D is a taller letter, which is why it doesn't go above. So all of the's show a desire for attention. The tail has to start at the baseline for it to be desire for attention, and it must be a tale that would normally not go up off the tops of the other lower case letters. So there are two rows, but Vaso started the baseline the tails on the O's start at the top of the letter. So that is not a desire for attention, no matter how high these go, and these are D's. They started the baseline. But is the stamp off the D? And it's meant to go up? It's not always written that way, going down, going from the bottom up. We quite often do up and down or start at the top and come down, but it's still are stroke. These meant to go above the lower case letters, so that is not a desire for attention, either. Here is the lesson quiz, which writing shows a desire for attention. You can pause the video if you like to have a better look, and the answers are on the very next site. Here are the answers to the quiz. Here are five taels which all go above the tops off the lower case letters starting at the base line. So this is a very definite desire for attention. This one has two tails that go to the top of lower case letters, but not above on one that curves down the way. So there's no desire for attention in that writing. This one has a lot of little curvy ends, but nothing that comes up high. So no desire for attention there. And Sandy is doing a good job of waving his or her arm in the air looking for attention. Please notice me a very big desire for attention there. So how did you do? 12. 12 #10 Discouragement: number 10 discouragement. Discouragement isn't as strong a suppression. It's usually just the state of feeling things aren't going very well on might be phrased as being fed up. It can either be a very temporary trade to appear in writing, or it can be longer term. But either way, the writer is not happy about something, his or her life. If you see the ending off the letters dragging downwards, this is someone who is feeling discouraged. They're feeling dragged down by life CD with his tail sort of dragged down the way instead of either going flatter, curving up. And there's one that really curves down the way. If it only shows occasionally, read the text when it shows on. This is likely to be the subject on which they're feeling This discouragement, more examples off discouragement is to there in the wise, curving down gently and there several in that writing, all just curving down a little bit. So here's a lesson. Quiz. What writing shows discouragement as always, You composite video If you want to have a better look and the answers on the next site here , the answers. There are two very noticeable downward turning tales in the sample. So definitely some discouragement be fit. Feeling there being felt there, sir, Again to downward curving loops. Discouragement. There aren't any there The M ends abruptly. The why has a little tale None of the other ones curve down away. So no discouragement in that writing and this one everything curves up the way. So again, no discouragement in there. So it's the top two that are showing discouragement. How did you do? 13. 13 #11 Tenacity: number 11 turn ass ity. Tenacity means that you hang on. It's a very positive trait on one that many successful people possess. The tenacious person hangs on and won't give up. It's job for tenacity is a hook at the very end, just before the pan leaves the paper, it can appear in the same stroke, his generosity, our desire for attention. So there you've got to t bars that have a hook at the end, and that is tenacity. It could appear in any finals joke anywhere. These ones just happened to be in a T bar, and there is some other ones there hooks at the end. I mean tenacity. Think of the hook as hanging on two things. The bigger the hook, the stronger the tenacity. The more often it appears, the more regularly the tenacity will be used. So again, their sin ass city, these air smaller hooks on the last one. But they're still hooks, and there is like some big cooks. Justice with the initials jokes sometimes is just a small is significant final stroke, which really has no meaning of its own. But it does mean that none of the other meetings of the endings applies, either. So there's example of some writing, which a small, curvy endings. They don't really mean anything, but they do mean that none of the other ones air there. So there's no tenacity. There's no caution. There is no desire for attention. All the other ones that we've covered, none of them can show, because that little loop says there's nothing here. Here's a lesson quiz, which are the writing shows tenacity. Compose the video. If you want to have a better look, and the answers are on the very next site answers. There's no real tenacity on there. There are curves, jokes, but there's no real hook, so there's no tenacity there. This one has definite hooks. On the end, you can just see little claw coming in. So that one definitely has tenacity, his tenacity on two of thes definite hooks, and there's no tenacity. Their atoll. The finish lines are almost straight. So, too, with tenacity to without. How did you do 14. 14 Add how to remove traits or add them: how to add or remove traits from your writing and your personality. If you've done any of my other courses, you probably already know how to do this. But for those who are you or want to refresher, here's how to add or remove traits from your writing and from your life first, why it works thin. How it works. Your writing is body language and body language effects. How you feel justice. How you feel affects your body language. Think. For example, if you break your arm once it's in the cast, it's not painful. But you can't do all the things you want and that can make you feel down at times. Older people who can't get around too much often feel down people who used to be very active. But an accent has left and feel left unless active, they may feel down. In all these cases, the physical is affecting the emotional our mental attitude has. So it is with writing. If you're writing has in it a hindrance, a trait or traits that are hindering you from being who you want to be, are doing what you want to do, it can hold you back mentally and emotionally, too, although you may be totally unaware of what the problem is. So by changing your writing, you can also change your mental and emotional attitude to allow you to be who you want to be. So change you writing is changing. The physical is changing. What you're doing with your body have that can change your mental and emotional attitude. This course is about beginnings and endings, so let's take the ending. Treat off caution as an example. If the super cautious person changes the writing, practicing regularly for a few minutes a day until the caution is no longer in their natural writing, they will also find that their mental and emotional need for caution has gone to to look at him or positive treat. Let's take the beginning. Trade off clear thinking If someone who who's never written that way before takes the tails off the beginning off the writing on rights with the clear thinking nor lead in stroke type of writing. Once that becomes the natural way of writing, they will find their thinking much clearer. And, of course, they also have the other side of that trade. A tendency to blunt this now on to the how how to do this is very straightforward. Just identify this jokes. You want to get rid off on, decide which stroke you want to replace it with and practice writing. That way, it takes about three weeks to get rid of a habit on the way you write is a habit. Just keep writing about 15 minutes a day, paying attention to using the new stroke you've chosen, and you will find it becomes easier and easier to remember to do it. It may take up to three months till it's totally your natural way of writing, and it is then, once you're stuck, conscious has taken over the role of writing in the new way that you've completed the change. The new trait is are part of your personality, And the old trait, which is no longer in your writing, is also no longer in your personality. You've succeeded. You've done it. You've made the change. You've successfully told your subconscious mind that you are no longer that way. I'll have programmed it to allow you to know be this way. One bonus feature of making personal development changes in this way is that if you start at a later date to fall back into old ways, it will show in your writing before it shows in your personality. So this gives you advance warning and you can temporarily go back to practicing. You writing with this jokes you want to have. I'm aware that if this is totally new to it may be difficult to believe. But seeing is believing. So choose a trait, work on changing it and check back for yourself in about three months and see how the change has happened. Originally, I didn't believe it either. But over the many years have been working with and teaching this, I'd come to be totally convinced off its validity. I've proved it both in my own life, and I've seen it happen in the lives of many, many clients. So suspend this belief and give it a go. You'll be glad you did. So now you know how to identify 11 different personality traits from the beginning and end the strokes in handwriting. If you haven't learned handwriting analysis before, this is not the ending. This is just the beginning. Ah, fascinating ability toe understand others. And to make the best of you awaits you if you choose to go further. Congratulations on completing this course