Your signature is a written
picture of how you see yourself in relation to others.
You’ll notice that where a
signature is written simply and looks similar to the rest of the
handwriting, the writer has a balanced and down to earth opinion of
himself. He is modest and unassuming.
On the other hand, where the
signature is much larger than the rest of the writing it shows a writer
who is trying to impress.
Any writer who has a signature
that is very large and flamboyant is trying to project himself as being
far more important than he really is.
By signing his name with an
ostentatious flourish, he is attempting to make up for his underlying
feeling of inferiority.
It may not be apparent on the
outside, but in some way he feels insecure. In this case, the size of
the middle zone letters will give you a more realistic indication of his
So whenever you see a large
signature and a basically small handwriting you may be sure that the
writer is sending out an appeal for attention. He is begging to be
analysis cannot be made from a signature alone as there is too little to
here are two signatures of interest. The first is the signature of Barak
Obama. It shows a more outgoing nature with quite a bit of showmanship -
he can clearly play to the crowds.
And here is
the signature of John McCain which is more restrained and very down to
This is just a small example of
what signatures are all about. But you will find much more about signatures
and their meaning in "The
Hidden Meaning of Handwriting".