Monday, February 23, 2015

Featured Book: Handwriting Analysis by David J. DeWitt

About the book:

In this book, Handwriting Analysis - Discover Your Own Vocational/Career Potential offers a new perspective not found in conventional books on Graphology. Mr. DeWitt links handwriting analysis with professional satisfaction and instructs you in the analysis of your own handwriting. It is not uncommon for individuals to labor a lifetime in an occupation that they truly dislike or to which they are, at best, indifferent. Or they might move from job to job multiple times, desperately seeking a 'career' that is edifying. Moreover, young people just entering a sparse job market might find that they have little idea of occupations that could be personally and professionally rewarding to them. The ancient Chinese philosopher, Confucius, once stated "Find a job you love and you'll never work a day in your life" ... Through this book, David DeWitt seeks to affirm this timeless advice. This book will help direct you to determine your own career potential in order that you may make the best career choice fit your personality.

About the author:

David J. DeWitt is a successfully retired Nationwide Insurance Agent, who holds the coveted professional designations: President Conference Qualifier (Nationwide's Highest Award) Past President of the Connecticut State Association of Life Underwriters Charter Life Underwriter (CLU) Charter Property & Casualty Underwriter (CPCU) Life Underwriter Training Council Fellow (LUTCF) Mr. DeWitt is also a professional Graphologist and a certified Graphoanalyst, who shows how you can get a grasp of the fundamental rules of handwriting analysis and find out about yourself and others. Since his early years in the US Army, he has been lecturing publicly on handwriting analysis to organizations, clubs, schools and colleges. The book you are now reading represents more than eight years of research on the part of the author, including talks on "discovering your vocational potential" by applying handwriting analysis to high school and college students across New England.

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