Emboss Seals are the professional way of saying who you are. Emboss envelopes and letters with your name, profession and any other information to give yourself that edge in your profession.
Notary Publics are known for their emboss seals. They stamp a legal document to give it credibility. That stamp carries the weight of highest legal importance. No one questions a Notary Seal.
A verbal contract can be questioned. A signed contract can be questioned. Sometimes, legal documents can be scrutinized because there are some really great forgers out there who can make anything look real. But, a Notary Public’s Emboss Seal is held with the highest respect and a document that has one never is questioned.
That’s the kind of professionalism emboss seals bring to your profession. If you are an architect, you can also have that same level of respect. Simply put your signature on a document you which to convey and then stamp it with your own personalized emboss seal.
Your correspondence to others in the field will be taken with more weight when they receive a message from you with your emboss seal. Make it any way you want. You can have the name of your firm, your own personal name and a logo of your business. Anything goes when you personalize your emboss seal.
If you are the CEO of a company, your personalized emboss seal can go a great way. Most memos get ignored because employees don’t know if they are official. Sometimes, memos contradict other memos because policy is changing at the speed of lightning. New policy needs adopted as fast as possible and memos don’t have the official seal of approval.
But, a document from the CEO with the official emboss seal would mean all production stops and the new policy gets adopted right away. Now, the emboss seal has taken on an entirely new function. It can save money, time and lives if the line of work you do depends on it. So, start embossing everything with your own emboss seal and make all your documents most effective.
The King of England started the emboss seal tradition with a few drops of candle and his own official seal. When he sealed an envelope with his official seal, the recipient knew it was from the King of England and no other. That’s how official an emboss seal is taken in our world. It still has that much weight.