Both the handwriting and signature are very slow in a way that seems almost unreasonable. The writing and the signature are more drawn or painted rather than written and express a personality that is full of anxieties on one hand, yet the writer has a strong drive to prove himself on the other hand.
This creates a conflict that makes it very difficult for the writer to deal with reality. It creates a very frustrated man with difficulty to feel content from his achievements and a need for constant attention.
The size of the signature indicates a megalomaniac tendency. This is partly demonstrated in the signature, which is comprised of two circles, black and white. His drive for attention is greatly noticed and can take a positive or negative form. As long as he is noticed, he feels a temporary relief from his seeded and tremendous urge to prove himself.
He is protective and at the same time domineering with a strong need to rule. He constantly fears others taking over his place and as a result he keeps his guard and is continuously under a great deal of pressure.
He is very prudent, fears failure and avoids risks. Lacking improvising skills, he carefully calculates his steps and tries to avoid uncertain situations.
He aspires for perfection at what he does and is often obsessive about his unwillingness to accept any form of mediocrity.
Every action he takes is carefully examined and he advances only after every detail has been meticulously planned and taken into account. This significantly slows down his activity, but at the same time, makes his actions thorough and prudent.
His personality expresses a double standard, as if he is two individuals This can also be seen in the signature, which shows two circles: black and white. In actuality, the writer is an individual without gray areas, agility or compromises.