In an email a few weeks ago, a reader asked me: “What is the good signature for my name in handwriting analysis?” The question was interesting, but not easy to answer. One good signature for one name is difficult because one particular style cannot be assigned to a certain name. Each signature style is unique and usually inimitable.
For instance, Alex can be written in 1,000 ways in a signature and it is possible that about 900 of them can be graphologically called “good”. According to signature analysis, various factors contribute to a good signature. I give here 3 tips that you need to keep in mind while choosing a signature.
1) Capital letters in signature
Make sure that the first letter of your name or surname is never written in lower case. The first letter in your signature should always be written in capital. Graphology says the presence of small case first letter in a signature could cause a loss of self-confidence, and fill the writer with a feeling of worthlessness.
(Also read: What all caps handwriting reveals about personality)
2) Keep your signature style simple
In an attempt to make their signature look stylish, several people introduce some unnecessary strokes in their handwriting. These unnecessary strokes may appear harmless to untrained eyes, but they may cause hindrance in your personal growth at some level. So, I reiterate: Keep the signature simple.
3) Size of the signature
According to handwriting analysis, it is necessary to maintain an equilibrium between the size of your handwriting and that of your signature. It means your signature should not be much bigger or smaller than your handwriting. Why? A signature much bigger than handwriting could sometimes indicate megalomania. On the other hand, a smaller size of signature could mean that the writer will never have the courage to speak his mind.
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