Tha American Handwriting Analysis Foundation Study Group meets tonight, online. (Every Tuesday for one hour, at 6PM Pacific, 7PM Mountain, 8PM Central, and 9 PM Eastern). We are going to evaluate handwriting to look for unique indicators of personality and behavior. Come, Join us! To submit a handwriting sample or sit in on the session, email email@example.com
Join us tomorrow, Tuesday, June 27 at 6 PM Pacific (7PM Mountain, 8PM Central, 9PM Eastern) as we welcome Sheila Lowe and Linda Larson to discuss their experiences, and samples, from the series of Adobe Conventions this year.
Send in your samples for discussion. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to be included in this online event. See you there!
We're reading the monograph "Tattletale T's" and discussing this (with samples) next Tuesday online. Join us! Need access to the meeting, or to the monograph, email email@example.com
Whether you are evaluating grandma's recipes or historical documents, you need a little help with knowing the type of handwriting taught in that era, and the writing instruments available to them at that time. Presently, we are trying to add these elements to our AHAF Education site (under "Tools & Aids"). If you have any images of early writing instruments, copybooks, or samples of writing that you will allow us to use on our website, please let me know. firstname.lastname@example.org
Our 4th Thursday is focused on "Mentoring." And, the question of the month is dealing with old writing. Join us on Tuesday, March 28th at 6PM Pacific; send your old-style writing samples like recipes, letters, journals, back of photographs, bible entries, etc. to email@example.com for this discussion. See you Tuesday!
We are an educational group dedicated to helping people learn about patterns and personality through written behavior; and the uses and applications of this tool in business today.