When doing a speech, you will come across the problem of where to place your strongest argument. If you ever wondered if the placement of your argument matters, then let me just set the record straight right now: yes.it.does.
Yeppers. You read that right. Persuasion is NOT a dirty word. You might be thinking about scams and slimy business people, like Bernie Madoff here, and how they use persuasion. Evidently, they are using persuasion for the wrong purposes. Persuasion is everywhere, whether you like it or not. I like to emphasize that it is amoral, … More Persuasion Is NOT A Dirty Word
Have you ever wondered why when it comes down to the same message, there are two main interpretations of it? Sample responses include: “He was a great speaker, articulated, and seemed knowledgable about the topic at hand,” or “I did not like his argument on AI because research has shown this instead.”
I had the fortunate opportunity to attend a speaker event for Hillary Kerr and Katherine Power of Clique Media Group aka WhoWhatWear, moderated by Sophia Rossi of HelloGiggles, to promote their upcoming book Career Code. One of the many insightful things the duo talked about was setting goals.