Marc Jones is sales and marketing director at Butlins. He
previously worked for Warner Holidays. His marketing career has also
included positions at Oasis Forest Holiday Villages, TSMS and Central
This writer chose to place his writing in the centre of the page - and
at the centre is exactly where he places himself.
He has nothing to learn about placement, appropriateness and effect. He
is a creative with a practical sense of application.
His (illegible) signature is more a monogram, but I note his underlining
- a pointer to his enjoyment of status; this man know exactly how to use
status as a weapon, a tool, or something to set aside as a means of
Not given to compromise, he appreciates accuracy and precision His taste
is for clarity rather than adornment.
The 'monogram' signature is not only stylistically simplified, it is
also larger than the rest of the writing. This is a clear indication
that his 'public self' is required to appear/behave rather differently
than his 'private self'. Here we have someone who adores a challenge and
can, and will, rise magnificently to the occasion.
Jo Wilcox, senior product manager at Butlins, says: Half and half.The
analysis seems to imply that Marc is self-centred and uncompromising -
which is certainly not the case. However, I'd have to agree that he is
indeed creative, practical, demands accuracy and loves a challenge.
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.