What motivates people to do what they do? How do they block themselves? What are defense mechanisms? Take the 6 week course online to understand more of the human psyche and behavioral pathways. Join Master Profiler, Marcel Elfers, as he brings you into a better understanding about others, and about yourself! Visit his website for details: http://tremendalist.weebly.com
I don't know where to begin to describe the awesomeness of these classes. Marcel Elfers, a master profiler, is an excellent instructor. If you are interested in learning what motivates people, how they p, how they behave, how they deteriorate under stress…then this 6-weekly course is for you! Classes begin THURSDAY, August 7th, live and online. Contact Marcel directly: email@example.com and visit his website, too: http://tremendalist.weebly.com
I am working on a huge project which has great implications on the legal and practical concerns of a generation that has not been taught to read, write, and most importantly, to sign their own names in cursive!
There are tremendous responses in this article from celebrity autograph givers, to autograph seekers; from legal representatives, to signature experts, and autograph authenticators; from educators and administrators; from seasoned professional writers, to the everyday note-taker.
Its a can of worms, but one that needed to be opened. Stay tuned for details, or email me for your contributions to this project! firstname.lastname@example.org
Just to remind everyone that I will be speaking on "Profiling, Behaviors and Handwriting" at the Sewickley Public Library on Saturday, July 26th at 1:00 PM. Its free and open, please join us.
Its not just handwriting, its not just psychobabble. It is an active -participation event. Come see for yourself! We will be having fun learning about what it takes to become a profiler, who uses this information on you, and will be using tools of the trade that any good profiler has in their bag of goodies.
This will be a fun and interactive demonstration, for all ages. Join us!
Photo credits to Pixabay free photo image, and to Valerie Weil.