Most students of handwriting analysis learn how to identify odd clues in handwriting here and there.
But they end up with a shopping list of words that have no connection whatsoever to the real personality of the writer. But a handwriting analysis should never be a mere list of clues and traits. To be meaningful and relevant it has to be based on a real understanding of personality.
It is this very understanding of personality that provides the essence of a good analysis and it is precisely this that makes the difference between a meaningful analysis and its poor cousin, the shopping list variety.
But how do you put it all together?
Creating the Portrait will show you exactly how to do it!
Find out how to construct a personality portrait from any sample of handwriting.
This step-by-step guide will give you a non-fail method for creating meaningful personality reports time and time again.