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Elizabeth Taylor Handwriting – ESFP

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Elizabeth Taylor was an icon in the movie and entertainment industry.Her handwriting is a good example of the Myers-Briggs profile of ESFP. This is also a wonderful example of a person that is carrying the projections of fans and admirers.

One very notable quality in her writing is the large size letters and extremely large capital letters.

We see capitals of this size in people that live in the public eye. To want to be in the public eye requires great ego and great ambition. When they get to be of this size, however,  it is indicative of narcissism. Also note the many circular formations – elaborations – that she makes. She is one that needs and likes attention.

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Have you ever considered learning about handwriting analysis?

This series is a ‘must’ for those that work/consult with other people. You can offer a whole new level to your services. This is a ‘must’ if you are curious about yourself, and others.

Register now to be assured of a spot. Be part of the first two groups forming, for my 4-part “Graphology Fundamentals” classes to be held in “webinar” format. Small group sizes for personalized instruction. Classes will start May 5th and May 6th. Let me know your day/time preference from choices below.

This class is a prerequisite for continuing on with Levels 1 & 2 which are in-depth levels of approximate 39 different topics. You need the fundamentals class to proceed with studies.

Covered in the fundamentals class will be solid principles that you will be able to immediately apply to the writing of yourself, and others. We will look at the four fundamental categories that provide the basis for one’s character and personality.

Topics covered in Graphology Fundamentals include:
1. Definition, background and methodologies of handwriting analysis
2. Letter Size: Ego needs, sense of importance
3. Slant: Emotional expression and relation to other
4. Pressure: Vitality and emotional memory
5. Line of writing: Mood and inner control

Classes will be offered for four consecutive weeks via “Go To Meeting.” You will log on with your computer – seeing my computer screen presentation, and will be connected via phone conference line. Each class includes one hour of instruction and up to 30 minutes of questions and interaction. Handouts included for each class. Each participant is welcome to submit a handwriting sample for review, relative to the topic.

Group 1 is offered on Thursdays, in May, at 6:00 p.m. CST and Group 2 is offered on Fridays, in May at 11:00 a.m. CST (start dates are May 5th & 6th)

Register now at $125. SPOTS WILL FILL QUICKLY. Wait list will be started.
Register Thursday’s in May, 6:00 p.m. CST (May 5,12,19,26)

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Minimum 6 participants and maximum of 12. Lines will be kept open for discussion/questions.

Classes will be taped so, if you need to miss a session, you can catch up and view when your schedule permits.

If you want to explore what graphology can teach you, join us for this lively, informative class.

Visit my website for more information about me and my classes. LisaSchuetz.com

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