17 January, 2021

He strives to shape careers, and life, by chiselling your handwriting

He strives to shape careers, and life, by chiselling your handwriting
He is not one of the pen-pusher’s ilk. Neither is he a votary of the age-old axiom that the pen is mightier than the sword. Instead, 36-year-old Shyam Sunder Sharma of Indore belongs to a school of thought which believes that your handwriting is the key to your success in life. A neat and clean penmanship, he says, also reflects that you are a straightforward and honest person.

An assistant engineer with the Indore Municipal Corporation, Sharma is never tired of flaunting his theories. For almost a decade now, he has been on a self-styled crusade of sorts—persuading people to spend that extra little effort to improve their handwriting. And if Mamta Tiwari, who’s busy penning a thesis for her Ph.D in Economics from Indore University, is to be believed, a good handwriting has many other advantages too. Says she: "It is only because of Sharma sir that I am doing my doctorate today. I had worked myself to the bones for my MA (previous) but the result was much below my expectations." A friend thought her handwriting was the reason for her poor showing and suggested she meet...



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