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What are you doing National Handwriting Day?

As graphologists, professionals and students, we all realize the importance of Handwriting.  Saturday, January 23rd, 2016 (John Hancock's Birthday) is National Handwriting Day.  It will be here before you know it.  So, what are you doing for National Handwriting Day?Plan an event to get your name out there!  Share with others what you know!  Some ideas are:

"How to Make Money as a Handwriting Analyst"

Graphology is a wonderful tool to have.  But using it to make money requires a bit marketing, preparation and perseverance.  Sheila Lowe, author and president of the American Handwriting Analysis Foundation, will present a powerful program at our next meeting to help you learn from her adventures and mis-adventures.  Please join the AHAF Online Chapter on Saturday, October 18th, 2014 at 11 AM Pacific/2 PM Eastern as Sheila provides you with some sound advice, shared experiences, and a few handouts to help you on your way!

Searching for Integrity

Join the Online Chapter meeting on Thursday, May 15th at 6PM PDT, as Trish Towey, CG presents a discussion on Integrity in Handwriting.  Handwriting Analysts are able to assess the degree of honesty and integrity of the writer. This is done with great care and sensitivity. We carefully evaluate the structure of the writing. Does it have good balance, judgment and self-discipline? We do a quick overview check of integrity in a handwriting sample and then we look at individual trait characteristics. It takes 5 qualities to add up to any lack of integrity.