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January 27, 2015 @ 9:00 am - 11:30 am
What Was Great Grandpa Really Like?
The study of Genealogy helps people locate and track their ancestors; however, what if you could really gain insight into their true personalities including how they thought, processed feelings and interacted with others? In this presentation, Paula A. Sassi, Certified Master Graphologist, will show you how the basic tenets of handwriting analysis can be applied to the research and study of your ancestors.
By analyzing old documents, records and letters, you can discover what great grandpa was really like as well as many other people in your family lineage. From colonial times to the present, you will learn how to discern personality and behavior from the strokes of writing no matter what the time period or heritage of the person. The information you learn at this presentation will allow you to gain further insight into your research efforts.
Paula A. Sassi has worked professionally in the field of handwriting analysis since 1980. Owner and director of her own corporation, Paula serves a diverse group of clients in the area of personnel selection, behavioral profiling, and compatibility analysis. Top businesses and corporations seek her services for help in hiring and promoting personnel as well as in conflict resolution.
Author of “Better Handwriting in 30 Days” and editor of “Handwriting Insights,” Paula has been featured on national and local television and radio broadcasts where she analyzed the handwritings of the famous and the infamous. Author, consultant and lecturer, Paula will show you how to gain insight into yourself and others through the art and science of handwriting analysis. She offers you one sure guarantee – you will never look at handwriting quite the same again.
New Society meeting format: 9:00 am Coffee Social; 9:30 am Society News, Sharing and Case Studies; 10:00 am Break; 10:15 am Speaker Presentation. Note: The afternoon sessions that have traditionally met on the 2nd Tuesday of each month, known as the Business and Sharing Meetings, have now been integrated with the morning meetings. There will no longer be a monthly afternoon meeting on the 2nd Tuesday.