Oh my, what big starting strokes you have! A starting stroke is the line that leads into a word and reflects the writers attitude to beginnings.
Most people dispense with them, but not this writer! He has not only elongated his starting strokes but has added extra ones, all of which point to the time and effort he is prepared to put into his beginnings.
Describing words include: logical, single-minded, exhibitionist, authoritarian and energetic. Timing is of immense importance to this writer and he knows how to use it to best advantage. Although ambitious and ready for the off, he will delay decisions until the timing is just right.
Here we have someone with an interest in the status quo. He is compassionate and has a particular ability to identify both with his surroundings and another person's point of view.
This is someone with the rare quality of being able and willing to listen and even more importantly when he listens he hears!
Angela Simmons, PA to Philip Harrison, says: Very incisive. Are you sure you haven't met him before? It is also true to say that Phil does not rush into a decision until he has considered all the options and their implications. He also has an ability to listen and appreciate other people's perspectives.
Diane Simpson, a founder member of the British Institute of Graphologists, has written three books about handwriting analysis.
She has devised a chart enabling her to analyse 18 key measurements of handwriting. A member of the Appeal Council of the Psychiatry Research Trust, Diane is also an acclaimed after-dinner speaker. Her number is 01244 390681, or visit www.mind-explorer.com.