Habits are things we just do without thinking much of how to do it or putting much thought on it. But little did we know, this simple habit can reveal the secret to our personality.
Just like the way you are holding your pen, did you think much about how to hold it? No, right? But do you know that how we hold it will reveal more about our personality?
How do you hold your pen?
Are you holding it in position A, B, or C?
If you are not sure, just take a pen and see which position looks quite similar to the shape you’re making while holding the pen.
Here’s what it can tell from the way we’re holding our pen.
Position A: Your thumb and index finger stick close together just like you’re trying to pinch someone when holding the pen in the middle.
You can flexibly manage intuition and reasoning. You are in no hurry to draw a conclusion and you are often reasonable. Your intuition is usually more sensitive – so you can make a decision based on what you think is right. You can also use your left and right brain with a lot of flexibility. But even if your intuition is generally correct, you can manage the problems of personal interest and be careful before taking action. In addition, your intuition did not generally serve much.
Position B: You press the thumb to your index finger and putting the pen on your ring finger.
In any case, you will only act after a discreet analysis. You are able to cope with the problem despite the pressure and have not generally aggravated it. In a group, you can easily attract people around you. People can easily recognize your leadership when you are in trouble and rely on you.
Position C: Thumb, index finger and middle finger in a somewhat straight position and the fingers didn’t bend much while holding the pen.
You will not make a hasty decision when interpreting the problem and will not do anything about it after careful consideration. Of course, you can handle different situations and tend to think fast. When something happens, you can immediately tell what’s going to happen. You will not take desperate measures and will not try to pin down the causes of the events, but will try to solve them.