He has analyzed the handwriting of Terry Fox, Oprah, Kate Middleton, Beyonce, Donald Trump, Tom Brady, Roger Federer, Meghan Markle, Ryan Gosling, and many more … you could be next!
One of the world’s most in-demand handwriting analysts, Jamie Mason Cohen, is coming to Niagara College on April 11 for a free speaking event. The college community and the public will have a rare opportunity to see Cohen deliver his fun, interactive keynote, What Your Signature Says About Your Personality, that has wowed audiences throughout North America and the U.K.
* Discover which of the eight core, leadership traits you may have in your handwriting;
* See which handwriting traits you have in common with world-renowned leaders;
* Learn how to instantly change a handwriting stroke to change a habit that’s holding you back; and
* Following his 30-to-45 minute keynote address, some guests will have an opportunity to get a one-on-one speed handwriting analysis done.
The event will be held at the Welland Campus Applied Health Institute (AHI 141) on April 11 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Parking is free.
The event is family friendly – appropriate for teens to grandparents alike – and promises to have guests leaving of a better understanding of themselves than when they walked in.
A certified handwriting analyst and leadership expert, Cohen, who once worked for Saturday Night Live, is known as one the most watched analysts of his kind in the media today. He has been featured on TV shows including The Social, Global’s The Morning Show; in articles including Forbes, and The Daily Express in the UK; and has been a hit with TEDx talk audiences. Learn more about Jamie Mason Cohen on his website: jamiemasoncohen.com/
Find out what all the buzz is about and register to attend today.
The event is free of charge but seats are limited; register in advance through Eventbrite at: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/handwriting-analysis-expert-jamie-cohen-at-niagara-college-april-11-tickets-43551106532
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