January 31, 2013

Helping You To Choose The "Write" Profession

You're about to graduate from college and you don't know what type of work you'd be best suited for given the economic climate that currently exists.  A liberal arts graduate has so many options yet your clarity of purpose may not be quite as defined as those peers who chose pre-professional majors such as engineering, nursing, teaching, technology and business. You do have strong writing and public speaking talent, people skills and critical thinking abilities that will help you advance within most vocations.  Choosing which profession to pursue does not necessarily happen overnight. Searching for the right niche for you is perhaps one of the most challenging decisions you will make in your life.  After all, we spend 8-12 hours daily at our jobs for the majority of our adult lives. It is so important to make the choices that make sense for you in terms of your personality attributes and your personal values and beliefs. Finding that special mission that makes your day flow is so difficult but yet so rewarding when it is found.

Let me help you to find that special quality about you that would help you to stand out amongst your peers and learn what professions are most fitting to your unique persona. If you're outgoing and love to socialize with different individuals having diverse backgrounds, I would not highly recommend that you sit for 8 hours straight in a small cubicle.  However, if you love social media and have great writing skills (which can be detected in your handwriting analysis too) then it might make sense to be a social media blogger. But if you need the energy of others to feel alive and productive, your extroverted personality will wither within that cubicle environment.  Consider the culture of where you plan to work after graduation, too.  Are you more self-disciplined, preferring to be within a corporate environment where the expectations are clear and people arrive on time to meetings?  Or, would you prefer to be in a casual, relaxed office where people share design plans and concepts with a cup of coffee in one hand and a pen in the other, mapping out the latest idea for a new project?  Maybe you would ideally like a blend of the two and that's possible, too.

Let me review your handwritten sample and advise you as to the best work environment for you based on your handwriting.  You will be astounded by what I can see in your pen movements created across the page.  Are you highly ambitious and therefore willing to take huge risks or are you more reserved and less likely to jump into new professional relationships with the same amount of ease that your friend Sarah the saleswoman prefers?  We are all wired differently and your handwriting shows your innermost character and how your talents could be best utilized in the workplace.  Send me a sample and I will be able to cut out the clutter and confusion you may be experiencing in making your career decisions.  Utilize my expertise for your own higher awareness about what will and perhaps will not work for you based on your temperament and behaviors and beliefs.  Realize that your own handwriting can show me as a certified graphologist what jobs would work best for you given your personality traits.  I can see up to 300 characteristics in one's handwriting so don't hesitate any longer about what you should do with your life; write to me and learn what your innermost self reveals to me about what I refer to as your natural vocation.  We all have talents that are unique to each of us and my analysis of your handwriting will help you to see what skills are most naturally performed, given your special intelligences.  Write to me now and start to build your new life with some new insights about who you are and who you can be.

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