Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Preety Zinta

Pretty Zinta

Pretty Zinta is a bubbly bollywood actress who we used to see in the munch ad’s and has worked with the who’s who of the industry.

Her handwriting tells us that she is a person who has emotions and feelings but not be taken in by them easily. One must appeal to her sense of logic and judgment because this is how this writer makes her decisions. Her garland like strokes tells us that she is a friendly, sociable, flexible person. She is ready to establish links with others and can communicate easily. She would have no problem in working with others. The simplicity in her writing tells us that she is a straightforward person and you should ask for her opinion only if you truly want it, as she will not lose time in coming directly to the point and want people she communicates with to do the same. In short she does not like to beat around the bush or be slowed down. Our pretty lady will analyze everything. She has a strong reasoning ability to sift and way the facts. For eg. For every problem she will have thought of plan “A” and plan”B”. She is a lady who has her own ideas and they may or may not match with that of the group, these thoughts would be important for her. The underline underneath her signature tells us that she has leadership qualities and the ability to keep a level head on her shoulders in case of any emergency. Pretty’s signature tells us that she has a healthy self esteem and also that her family are very important for her. This bubbly actress will listen to you only if she wants to do so, for she has the ability to completely tune you out in case she finds you uninteresting.
Very consistent writing, ability to think and act quickly and efficiently. A person who is sure of herself and what she wants.

Dale Carnegie

Dale Carnegie
Dale Carnegie was born in 1888 in Missouri, USA, and was educated at Warrensburg State Teachers College. Dale Carnegie wrote his now-renowned book How to Win Friends and Influence People in 1936. Dale Carnegie passed away soon after in 1955, leaving his legacy and set of core principles to be disseminated for decades to come. Responding to contemporary needs, the first Dale Carnegie Training leadership courses were created in 1967. Dale Carnegie Training celebrated anniversary in 2002.
I started reading his book,” How to stop worrying and start living” and was extremely influenced by it and wanted to know more about the author. As handwriting analysis gives you an accurate picture of a person, I thought why not analyze Dale Carnegie’s handwriting. So here goes our analysis of the well known author who has also written”How to win friends and influence people”

Dale Carnegie’s signature tells us that he was a person who had fluidity of thinking which can be seen by the connecting stroke in his signature, (he has not lifted his pen to separate his name and surname). He was a person who was objective and evaluates facts before taking any action. He had emotions and would have been taken in by the appeals of the heart but not sold by them. He had a desire to be needed by a large number of people and would have liked to be in a leadership role. The loop in the “l” suggests that he was open to new ideas and had lots of philosophical thinking. The sharp needle like “n” suggests a sharp and intelligent mind which would miss nothing. The open ‘e’ tells us that he gave the respect of his listening to people and his constructive imagination helped him in writing best selling novel read and liked by millions. The long end in the “e” tells us that he was a cautious person.
Its marvellous to see how much you can learn just by anlyzing the signature.