Why would you need to see ambition and leadership signs from the hands
One of the most common questions I receive from my clients is ‘should I do a business or job?’ Before I can give a proper answer, I like to see whether the individual has the personality for business. There needs to be evidence of ambition and leadership signs.
Managerial and executive qualities can be found mainly in the air shaped hand, with a squarish palm and long fingers. Those qualities are also in the fire shaped hand, with a rectangular palm and shorter fingers. The fire shape is enthusiastic and energetic while the air hand has many great ideas along with attention to detail and patience.
The next ambition and leadership signs to look for are from the fingers and the thumb. Ideally, you need a strong thumb that is a good length. A huge thumb shows someone driven but also domineering.
A bulbous thumb tip is a sign of boldness but also aggressiveness. An average, thick or long thumb displays confidence, leadership and assertiveness. If the thumb is flexible, the person is likely to be someone eager to please others. A stiff thumb shows more reliability and determination.
Ambition and leadership signs from the fingers
The index and middle fingers should both be well developed in thickness and length. A long index finger suggests leadership and a long straight middle finger points to trustworthiness and responsibility. A gap at the base of the two shows organizational skill. The padded area beneath the index finger should be prominent.
An extended little finger depicts natural communication ability. The middle phalange of the pinkie should be even or slightly longer than the rest. The fingertips of a diligent worker, who is also practical, are round or squarish. Pointed fingertips do not qualify for a pragmatic nature. Most of the fingernails should also be square or rectangle.
More ambition and leadership signs
The skin is to be firm and the mounts are springy. Soft, delicate and loose skin shows sensitivity or laziness. There is often at least one whorl (circle) shaped fingerprint; mainly on the thumb, but also on the index, middle or ring finger.
From the lines, the head and life line separated from each other shows a self-assured nature. A rising line from the
No need to worry too much about the minor lines because they can form as we progress through life. However, a visible success line is a bonus. Read about the success line here.