Sign with a bold hand.

In 1863 when the Emancipation Proclamation was signed, Abraham Lincoln said, "I believe in this measure my fondest hopes will be realized." But, as Doris Kearns Goodwin explains, "as he was about to put his signature on the proclamation, his own hand was numb and shaking because he had shaken a thousand hands that morning at a new years reception. So he put the pen down and said, "If ever my soul were in an act it is in this act, but if I sign with a shaking hand, posterity will say, he hesitated." So he waited until he could take up the pen and sign with a bold and clear hand."

Writing matters. #savingcursive