I have always said in my previous articles on signature analysis that you can consider changing your signature at any stage of your life. It does not matter what your age is. Just about any age is suitable to adopt a healthy signature. It will always do you good.
As a handwriting analyst, I have recommended signature changes to several people from various age groups. Almost everyone who took the advice told me they brought about some significant improvements in their attitude and overall personality just by changing their signatures. (Read testimonials)
Although it’s never too late to consider a few alterations in the signature, in my experience the best time to correct your signature is when you are above 16 years of age. The 16 to 25 age group is ideal for a signature correction, because this is the time when most people zero in on a particular signature style.
Besides, the change in signature at this stage of life prepares an individual well for the future challenges, enables him or her to deal with the day-to-day pressures of the public life, and also helps him sort out personality issues.
Let me explain what are some of the key issues a student can overcome just by changing his signature.
1. Equation with others
I know a few students who are very chirpy, happy and naughty at home and among people known to them. But as soon as they step outside, they become timid and unusually quiet. They do not like to interact with strangers. They turn shy and diffident. For example, they lack the confidence to reply to a teacher’s question despite knowing the correct answer. They do not come forward to do a job despite knowing that they can do it much better than many others.
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In other words, they do not find the courage or confidence to express themselves. They are haunted by some unknown fears. Sometimes, they even feel they are “not as good as their peers”.
Gradually, these young people start feeling utterly uncomfortable in public. And the result is: they fail to establish a good equation with others and are unable to make friends. Often, they are called cowards, which may not be true at all.
According to graphology, such students can get tremendous amount of help from signature analysis. You will be surprised to know that some significant changes in your personality can be brought about just by tweaking a few things in the way you sign.
2. Aggression & belligerence
If a student gets very aggressive, gets into fights outside home and comes back home with a bloody nose, he must get his signature examined. It is possible that he is carrying some unnecessary aggression strokes in his signature. If it is removed, the student can pay more attention to other productive things.
3. Is the writer a quitter?
There are some students who are unable to keep up their efforts till the end. They tend to give up midway because they get distracted or lose interest. Parents find it particularly frustrating when they learn that their child has been giving up things that could shape up his future. If he changes the signature as per the suggestion of a graphologist, the child will be able to stay focused.
4. Does he have impractical goals?
Very often it is found that a student likes to live in some dreamland and has some impractical ambitions that are not in touch with realities. They feel whatever they think is achievable. They might be. But in most cases, they require guidance to understand what is best for them. Unfortunately, words may not always help especially if the writer’s personality is constructed in a way that allows him to believe in his dreamland.
This is where signature or handwriting change might be of great help. The slight alteration in handwriting may put the writer back in touch with the reality and help him stay grounded.
So, hurry up! Find a graphologist in your area and get your signature analysed. Or, write to us at email@example.com. We will analyse your signature and let you know what changes you need to incorporate in it. Find more details.
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