Change Your Writing, Change Your Life
Did you know that your penmanship tells a lot about you?…
If you are flamboyant, your writing will be flamboyant also.
If you draw within yourself, your writing will be small, self-contained. (Of course these are generalizations, but it will give you a new way of thinking about your steps to success.)
Therefore it stands to reason, if you change your penmanship, you will probably see corresponding changes in your life.
Maybe not big ones at first, but keep it up.
See how changing your writing, changes your life.
You’ve heard people say, “I want him to write the contract. He makes sure all the ‘i’s are dotted and ‘t’s are crossed!” That means a few things actually, most especially he is thorough and he is conscientious.
Have you ever seen a careless person’s handwriting? Are the ‘t’s crossed exactly, barely, or not at all? Probably not at all, right?
So, if you want a change, I say, “Change!” And now would be a great time to start!
Every day — starting today — practice your writing and fill the whole page. Do this several times a day if you can.
Make sure there isn’t a trace of your old handwriting — just for this experiment.
Of course, if you notice that things aren’t going the way you want in your life — and they started happening after you started this experiment — adjust your writing to get on the right track.
Now, look at your penmanship.
Is it large or small? Whichever it is, go for the opposite.
There are two things for you to remember that will help you write larger: Every letter has to fill a certain space. The lower case d, f, h, k, l, b all have to touch the top. The q, y, p, g, j all have to go down at least a half a space. The t has to go up just over a half a space. All equally.
TIP: If you are going to write smaller than you usually do, make sure every letter is thinner and shorter than the way you normally write. Do this for fourteen days straight.
At the end of fourteen days, look back and see what’s changed.
Do you like the change?
If you do, keep the change in your handwriting. If you don’t, adjust your handwriting, keeping in mind that what you see is what you are, and write with the adjustment for fourteen straight days.
TIP: As long as you are writing anyway, why not write affirmations or something that you want to happen that day, or, if it’s in the evening, the next day. Make sure to write only good things.
Make sure there is no ‘not’ in any of the sentences. Like “I’m NOT going to eat dessert.” Or “I’m NOT going to smoke.”
Write only good things. “I work really well with my co-workers.” “Today (or tomorrow) is going to be a good day.” “I am very happy.” “I am very successful.” “I eat only from good food groups.”
When you affirm the good things in your life, you attract more good things. When you affirm them in your mind AND write them down, you attract them even faster. Good luck!
Thanks for reading.
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Just wanted to let you know that this article was fun and useful. My handwriting is very close to a total copy of the old (late 50′s) books that taught cursive strokes. In fact, mine also looked like my Mom’s (which I used a couple of times for high school excuses!). I see your writing mainly in Tame Your Brain and Amazines but they pop up in other e-zines I get too. Keep on educating us.
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