WASHINGTON, Oct. 25, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- In honor of the upcoming 40th anniversary of National Handwriting Day on January 23rd, 2017, the Writing Instrument Manufacturers Association (WIMA) has contracted handwriting expert Sheila Lowe to analyze the handwriting of both presidential candidates. A multi-published author on handwriting analysis with over 40 years of experience, Lowe offers fascinating insight about both candidates as Election Day nears.
The initial analysis focuses on the signatures, however Lowe notes, "when analyzing a signature alone, it's important to remember that we are seeing only a small part of the whole picture. You get some information, but not the context, which tells far more." Hillary Clinton's signature signifies an intuitive thinker who gets to the core of an issue quickly. Donald J. Trump's signature signifies a strong and bold individual who is not to be messed with.
Lowe further analyzed the handwriting of the candidates and concluded several personality traits. Hillary Clinton's handwriting suggests that she sets her expectations high, both for herself and others, and suffers intense disappointment when she fails to meet those expectations. Lowe determines that Clinton is a tough-minded perfectionist but also a flexible negotiator. Her handwriting suggests her resilience and stamina as a leader, while her thinking style is analytical but allows for perspective and viewing a situation from all sides.
Donald J. Trump's handwriting suggests that he lives for the moment, is rooted in the here-and-now, and has a strong need to feel in control of his environment. His handwriting suggests that he welcomes the excitement of a challenge and his thinking style is factual and concrete, while he expects immediate results for his efforts.
"What better way to honor National Handwriting Day than to apply it to the current political arena. WIMA endeavors to emphasize the importance of handwriting in society today and Sheila provides some very interesting conclusions from both candidates' handwriting," concludes Tim Gomez, WIMA President.
The complete analyses is available on the WIMA website at http://www.pencilsandpens.org/national_handwriting_day.php. Visit WIMA on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/WritingInstrumentManufacturersAssociation/. To speak with handwriting analyst Sheila Lowe please contact WIMA publicist Nicole Castillo at (631) 329-0050 or email@example.com.
To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/presidential-candidates-handwriting-offers-insight-into-leadership-style-300349935.html
SOURCE Writing Instrument Manufacturers Association