- Education & Research
The No.CA Chapter of AHAF meets in Cupertino, at The Sunny View Retirement Community, on the 2nd Saturday of each month (September - June). The address is 22445 Cupertino Rd, Cupertino, 95014. Time: 10AM - 1PM. We cover a variety of topics about handwriting; have an on going study lecture on graphological theory and have time to review writings that are brought by attendees (bring enough copies for 10 people). IF you are new to the Chapter meeting, you are allowed to attend 3 meetings free of charge. Dues are $25.
On Thu, Sep 1, 2011 at 6:18 AM, Linda Larson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Tonight, I was reading a book titled The Art of Speed Reading People, How to Size Up People and Speak Their Language.
The authors use the Myers-Briggs Type Indicators to identify preferred communication styles; recognize natural strengths and weaknesses; and identify 4 different temperaments and 16 different personality types.
Wow! As a new member, I have to say this is an amazing time to be a part of the American Handwriting Analysis Foundation.
The website is awesome, true. There's no denying that was the one selling point as to which organization with which I wanted to be associated when I submitted my dues. A good website generally means that the people behind it are constantly updating, changing and looking to keep on top of things. I was impressed when I joined in March.
Now available for free download to members: Geri Stuparich’s Tattletale T’s; Leslie King’s Graphology for Tyros and Pros; Terry Henley’s Freudian I; Stephen Borisoff’s introduction to the Muller-Enskat method; audio recordings of Felix Klein and Ed O’Neill. More benefits will be added soon. Members: sign in and check it out. Nonmembers, join now!
1 - Compatibility – Looking at CouplesThe morning session will be a discussion of personal relationships, using the handwritings of a wide variety of couples to demonstrate why they work well together, and why they don’t.
2 - The Road Less Traveled – Saints, Sinners, Eccentrics, and Odd CouplesIn the afternoon session, Roger will share a potpourri of remarkable handwritings and the secrets they reveal about the writers.