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Handwriting Analysis and Motivations: What Really Motivates You?

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“What motivates you?” is a typical job interview question. While there may not be a wrong answer to this, you can be sure that the interviewer has an idea of what they want to hear.

For example, a successful commission salesperson is very likely to be motivated by money, not altruism.

One of the most pressing workplace dilemmas is effectively matching job demands to true motivations and skills.

An interviewer may be convinced that leadership predominantly motivates an applicant, only to find out a year later that the person’s true motivation is social involvement. Sharing one’s enthusiasm for what they liked best about prior career accomplishments can be misleading.

Although a job applicant may not tell you about their true motivations, it may not be their fault. Self-assessment is notoriously inaccurate simply because most people just don’t thoroughly know themselves. Subconscious motivations often differ greatly from consciously perceived ones.

Handwriting analysis is one of the most objective methods to assess personality and true motivations. Whether it’s financial rewards, personal accomplishments, healthy competition, creativity, or other motivations, handwriting analysis accurately determines true motivations.

Reduce your risk and save an enormous amount of time and money by identifying true motivations through handwriting analysis.

Copyright © 2011 Scott Petullo

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