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Handwriting Analysis Archive

Hidden Compatibility Factor is Measurable

Monday, June 19th, 2017
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Fundamental human compatibility has more to do with factors other than mundane matters such as interests, background, physical appearance, hobbies, and career. The underpinnings are largely due to unseen, esoteric dynamics.

I would have been skeptical of such a notion prior to twenty-plus years of seeing this phenomenon in real life examples countless times.

Extremes in compatibility illustrate my thesis. You meet someone new and from the very beginning it’s either mutual rapport, or mutual distaste.

Conventional science explains such a scenario through fears, defenses and biases. For example, person A is prejudiced against those like person B, and likewise with person B.

However, I’m referring to the situation where person A and person B aren’t biased whatsoever; they simply naturally despise each other for unexplained reasons. Or, the opposite, they can’t get enough of each other.

You’ve likely found yourself in this situation before, and it’s too easy to blame the other person for the innate strife in the connection, in the case of terrible compatibility.

But if you pay attention, you’ll notice a unique compatibility between every two-person arrangement and there’s nothing you can do to alter it.

Fantastic compatibility either exists between two people, or it doesn’t, and it’s measurable. I’m speaking of innate compatibility, before you factor in any red-flag personality issues, physical attraction, and different types and levels of intelligence, including emotional intelligence.

Affinity between two people could be inherently magnificent, but subconscious fears and defenses such as vanity, resentment, dishonesty, domineering tendencies and others could ruin the prospects.

Handwriting analysis is my favorite way to identify personality red flags. Extreme personality challenges such as those listed above, or drug and alcohol problems, for example, make harmonious bonds impossible even for those with fantastic rapport.

You may be fortunate to have an excellent connection with your partner, symbolized by the astrology and numerology patterns, yet one of you is an intellectual and the other is rooted in emotions and feeling. No connection is perfect, but similar mentalities and emotional aptitudes further enhance relationships.

Every person you interact with, whether it’s business, social, or romantic uniquely harmonizes with you, and the deep-rooted compatibility can be accurately illustrated on a scale of 1-100, for example.

Some people just click, others don’t, and nobody is to blame. Unless you want to torture yourself, it’s a good idea to avoid the “anyone can be compatible as long as you have similar interests and try to get along” point of view.

The exquisite, enduring feeling that fosters a mutual sense of self-assurance exists between two people or it doesn’t. The simple truth of the matter is that the more difficult your compatibility, the harder you must work to make your relationship work.

You have the option of determining compatibility before you spend years trying to fix something that isn’t fixable. Identifying innate compatibility, and red flag personality issues, can greatly reduce your risk before it’s too late.

Copyright © 2017 Scott Petullo

The Hidden Cause of Success and Failure

Monday, June 5th, 2017
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Success is entirely attributed to hard work and luck. At least that’s what you’ve been conditioned to believe.

I always recommend setting realistic goals and working diligently, ceaselessly toward your aspirations. But my findings tell me the underpinnings of success are transcendent and have far less to do with mere personal qualities and luck than with forces beyond your control.

Before anyone accuses me of fatalism or recommending a passive, wallflower approach to life, allow me to explain my theory.

Fifty talented corporate executives all possess about the same level of intelligence, self-discipline, objectivity, logical thinking ability, decisiveness, analytical ability, discretion, and all are emotionally balanced and stable. In other words, they all lack red flag personality traits that typically lead to failure. All fifty exhibit strong leadership traits. Each one is a high-achiever and possesses the same ability to be an independent, successful business owner.

All fifty leave the corporate world at about the same time to be independent entrepreneurs. Ten years later, 25 are succeeding wildly, 15 are doing okay, and 10 failed miserably and returned to climbing the corporate ladder.

The successes and failures, in these instances, have nothing to do with market forces; all fifty entered growing industries, under various thriving economies around the world. All fifty are good decision-makers.

You may call it luck, but I refer to luck as personal fate disguised. No matter how resourceful, smart, quick thinking, intuitive, persuasive, or hard working you are, you can’t cheat fate. In other words, there’s a lot in life you have no control over, including the actions of other people. Unfortunately for those 10 washouts, their unique predestination dictated defeat in that area of their life.

Give credit where credit is due—the winners earned their triumphs. My findings show you are 100% responsible for your personal fate. Sudden opportunities and advantages, chance meetings, and similar circumstances aren’t arbitrary and undeserved. Call it cosmic payback, all part of the tapestry of predetermination.

Life’s rewards extend well beyond finances—family relations, friends, love life, and more. A person typically has wonderful predetermination in one or a few areas, but not all. It’s very rare that someone “has it all.” You can’t replicate personal fate, but you can have an equal playing field to seek the opportunities you desire. Life isn’t supposed to be fair, but you can make the most of it by doing your best. Please note: as we say in the above linked article, “It’s not always the case that a person is enduring karmic retribution for past life dark deeds; sometimes the terrible experience is for other reasons, such as to help bring awareness to the world, or stop it from happening to others in the future.”

Fatalism is the belief that you have no control over your life’s circumstances. While I believe at least 75% of your core life circumstances and events are predetermined, I’m not a fatalist; I’m a realist.

The belief that there is much in life you can’t control is a sign of humility. This belief, in conjunction with divination and personality and compatibility analysis, allows you to capitalize on the rewarding parts of life and more easily deal with life’s challenges.

Copyright © 2017 Scott Petullo

Secrecy—How to Know if You Can Trust Someone

Sunday, January 29th, 2017
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“If you wish another to keep your secret, first keep it to yourself.” Seneca

Everyone has secrets, ranging from inconsequential to momentous.

Secrecy is an integral part of the human experience, largely having to do with the mostly harmless natural defense mechanism to maintain your peace of mind and save face.

For example, you don’t announce to your Facebook friends the graphic details of your most recent red-hot fling to save yourself the embarrassment, even though such posts would be exceedingly entertaining and could make you a social media star.

Sometimes you’re required to share your secrets, such as within a business or investment partnership.

Secrecy is desirable in matters of confidentiality; discretion is necessary to protect proprietary information.

Although it’s feasible extreme secrecy can be a serious liability in partnerships, keeping one’s mouth shut is generally considered advantageous. As long as the intent isn’t to deceive, and extreme withholding doesn’t infringe on trust between associates, it won’t cause problems. 

Of all the personality traits I consider in my character analyses, secrecy is one of the most fascinating for me to examine. It’s very easy for some to keep secrets, but impossible for others.

Extremes are easy to discern, particularly involving people who can’t keep it zipped even if their life depended on it.

Other than my or another professional’s analyses to warn you ahead of time, a way to know if you can trust someone is to spend a lot of time with them. Unfortunately, you open yourself up to a lot of risk in doing so.

It’s okay to keep secrets. In fact, it’s necessary in many cases, such as guarding exclusive information or protecting someone’s safety.

Make sure you avoid trusting the wrong person, but also avoid unnecessary, extreme withholding.

Copyright © 2017 Scott Petullo

Handwriting Analysis—Variability in Script and Flexibility

Monday, October 17th, 2016
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Variability in script as discerned through handwriting analysis suggests a flexible personality.

I’ve been asked before if it’s possible to change your handwriting, and what it means if your handwriting varies a lot.

To the untrained eye, several handwriting samples by an adaptable individual, someone who prides herself on multiple writing styles for example, may appear to be written by several different people.

But due to the fact that everyone’s handwriting is unique as their personality and fingerprints, and many handwriting analysis factors don’t vary much no matter how changeable the person is, the well-trained analyst will recognize the samples as having been written by one person.

It’s extremely difficult to fake variations in pressure, movement, organization, rhythm, contraction and expansiveness, zonal balance, and more; the sample would have signs of affectation. It’s also impossible to replicate someone’s handwriting.

As with any handwriting analysis trait, excess variability, or the opposite, can be a red flag. Moderate variability in middle zone size, slant, connectivity, originality, speed, pressure, angularity, and letter spacing, for instance, can suggest a versatile individual. In the extreme it can equate to an erratic and inconsistent personality. Very little can represent stubbornness.

An evaluation consists of over 300 handwriting analysis factors and the symbolism of any single factor, such as slant, is supported or mitigated by the collective force of the other factors. The handwriting sample is deconstructed in the analysis and then put back together to symbolize a subject’s strengths, weaknesses, fears, and defenses.

While variability throughout a handwriting sample is a good sign, too much or too little isn’t.

Copyright © 2016 Scott Petullo

How to Pick a Romantic Partner

Monday, September 19th, 2016
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How to pick a compatible romantic partner isn’t something you’re taught in school, though there’s a way to increase the likelihood of a good match.

Conventional wisdom tells you to take these steps in picking a romantic partner:

  1. Make yourself available to potential matches.
  2. Meet the potential partner and make sure you are attracted to the person, share some basic interests, and there is chemistry (the energetic connection).
  3. Spend a lot of time together to be certain you’re a good match.
  4. Make a commitment and hope for the best.

The problem is that you may have to spend months or even years together to discover that you’re not compatible at all.

You could try to make it work, but the harder you have to work at it, the worse the compatibility.

An easier way exists to pick a partner, and this could be a romantic partner or any other type, such as a business partner: find out, before investing too much time, about your compatibility and any potential personality red flags. The requirements to discover true compatibility are straightforward, yet complex.

Two people who share an extraordinary affinity with each other aren’t merely lucky. My findings tell me hidden forces, largely metaphysical and psychological, dictate the level of compatibility between two people. Additionally, it’s measurable through comprehensive astrology and numerology, along with handwriting analysis.

How two people relate to each other is based on their own unique nature, personality traits (including problem characteristics), and personal timing. Choice is mostly absent from the equation, aside from deciding to be civil or not, and even that can be a continuous uphill battle with a complete lack of harmony between two people.

Authentic compatibility has little to do with hobbies, level of education, cultural differences, race, religion, ethnicity, and social standing. It has almost everything to do with your hidden spirit and cognitive makeup and how that energetically corresponds to another person.

Granted, most people who suddenly find themselves with the prospect of a good match don’t want bad news. But if you want to save time, money, and heartache, and you don’t mind if some of the romantic illusions crash against the rocks of reality, you can find out the truth about the compatibility sooner rather than later.

Copyright © 2016 Scott Petullo

Revealed: Handwriting Analysis Measures Perfectionism

Monday, June 20th, 2016
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Perfectionism, or the need to be perfect, can be an immobilizing personality trait in excess and handwriting analysis effectively measures it.

A modest amount of this trait won’t hurt your productivity and keep you from reaching success, but according to this article, “The all-or-nothing, impossibly high standards perfectionists set for themselves often mean that they’re not happy even when they’ve achieved success. And research has suggested that anxiety over making mistakes may ultimately be holding some perfectionists back from ever achieving success in the first place…”

“If you look for perfection, you’ll never be content.”
Leo Tolstoy

Although it’s easy to tell someone to stop trying to be perfect, perfectionism can reflect a serious anxiety disorder; it’s just not possible for some to relax and turn off the compulsion to get it exactly right all the time.

Extreme perfectionists are never happy, and this personality trait severely limits their ability to deal with pressure and stress.

A higher than average amount of perfectionism may assist a watchmaker’s success, for example, but it only hinders the average person.

A slight tendency for perfectionism has helped many very successful people rise to the top of their field, but in excess it can be debilitating and handwriting analysis readily gauges it.

Copyright © 2016 Scott Petullo

Personality Analysis Secret: How to Quickly Read Someone

Monday, June 6th, 2016
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Quickly identifying someone’s core personality traits isn’t easy, even for the shrewdest judge of character. But there’s a way to quickly get an idea of a person’s character.

According to a study referred to in this article, asking someone’s opinion about other people exposes a lot about their own personality. “The more positively they judged those people, the more happy, enthusiastic, capable and emotionally stable they turned out to be themselves…those who judged others more negatively had higher levels of narcissism and antisocial behaviour.”

You may have witnessed this phenomenon yourself; people, particularly those who lack self-awareness, tend to project their personality traits onto others.

As the old saying goes, you don’t see the world as it is, you see it as you are.

Next time you meet someone and you want to get to know the person better, ask his or her opinion of someone. A polarizing figure such as a troubled celebrity would make for a good topic of focus.

But make sure to avoid projecting your own stuff onto your new acquaintance–remain detached and avoid judgment to get the most accurate insight. Also make sure to acknowledge that being objective and honest about a miscreant who wronged someone, for example, is different.

Single out specific personality traits too, particularly if you believe the person may possess that trait. Ask if she thinks someone is duplicitous, for instance. However, the risk is that she may be clever enough to realize what you’re doing and may smoothly manipulate you to make herself appear to your liking.

Also watch their body language, which can be a very effective form of personality analysis. Spotting non-verbal cues that contrast with what the person is telling you can be very amusing (and alarming).

Although it’s tough to get to know someone’s authentic personality in a brief span of time without various forms of security investigations, you may be able to get an idea through asking the right questions.

Copyright © 2016 Scott Petullo

Handwriting Analysis: Gender is Impossible to Consistently Determine

Monday, April 4th, 2016
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Question:
“Why do so many women write a certain way?”

Answer:
You would have to define “so many” and “a certain way” to clarify what you’re asking.

You wouldn’t be able to consistently identify which handwriting is of a female and which is of a male from 1000 random, anonymous handwriting samples, 500 being written by males and 500 by females.

You would discover that just as many men have so-called feminine characteristics such as roundedness and just as many females have so-called masculine characteristics such as angularity.

Multiple feminine traits and multiple masculine traits exist among the more than 300 handwriting analysis indicators, and what looks feminine to you, someone who is not trained in handwriting analysis, may actually include far more masculine traits. Sexual orientation has little to do with the level of masculinity or femininity in handwriting, by the way.

Also, what looks like “good” handwriting to you may include an overwhelming number of red flag personality traits.

It’s impossible to consistently discern gender, race, or sexual orientation from handwriting analysis. It’s one of the most objective and non-discriminatory forms of personality analysis.

Copyright © 2016 Scott Petullo

Handwriting Analysis Predicts Nothing

Monday, March 21st, 2016
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Question:
“Can you predict behavior with handwriting analysis?”

Answer:
Handwriting analysis “predicts” nothing. It does not predict future behavior, compatibility, job performance, or anything else.

But it does reveal current subconscious fears and defenses. Everyone has their own unique personality flaws, and some personality red flags are worse than others. Handwriting analysis also effectively outlines personality strengths.

As a business owner, handwriting analysis helps you hire the right person for the job and avoid bad hires. It also helps you minimize the risk in your personal life.

“It is easier to move a mountain than alter a person’s character.”
Chinese proverb

“Old habits die hard.”
Jeremy Belknap

Although handwriting analysis predicts nothing, if a handwriting analyst confirms your view that a particular person struggles with dishonesty, perhaps you may infer that the person won’t change his core personality and that he’s likely to continue his ways.

It’s not a prediction tool, but I believe handwriting analysis is one of the most objective and non-discriminatory forms of personality analysis.

Copyright © 2016 Scott Petullo

Handwriting Analysis and IQ Score–Q & A

Monday, March 7th, 2016
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Handwriting analysis is one of my favorite ways to analyze personality but it won’t tell you your IQ score.

Question:
“Does my terrible handwriting have anything to do with a lower IQ?”

Answer:
No, it doesn’t.

Untrained in handwriting analysis, what you interpret to be terrible handwriting may not include any personality red flags at all.

How it looks to the average person has almost nothing to do with authentic character hidden within over 300 handwriting analysis indicators.

Many very intelligent and successful people have what appears to be terrible handwriting.

Also, many sociopaths have what appears to be impeccable handwriting.

An Intelligence Quotient measures problem-solving abilities, yet according to this article, an IQ score doesn’t measure emotional intelligence or “…knowing how to make things work…(practical intelligence)…”

Perhaps a high IQ score largely reflects a talent for taking IQ tests.

Handwriting analysis effectively measures innumerable factors related to human intelligence, including logical thinking and ability to make distinctions—many traits that have to do with practical intelligence (that the IQ tests don’t measure).

“In other words, the better they did on the IQ test, the worse they did on the practical test and the better they did on the practical tests, the worse they did on the IQ test.” Robert Sternberg

Copyright © 2016 Scott Petullo