Let’s talk about Persuasion and logical reasoning

The most persuasive arguments are clear, concise, and logical. In fact, the whole point of speaking persuasively is to give your listeners clear and logical reasons for doing something, buying something, or acting in a specific way.

If listeners can’t understand or follow your arguments they will ignore your call to action and you fail.

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Curious and Analytical — by Nature. Father, Writer, Inventor, Speaker, Educator, YouTuber, Technologist, Entrepreneur, Executive — by Choice. rodneydenno.com

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Curious and Analytical — by Nature. Father, Writer, Inventor, Speaker, Educator, YouTuber, Technologist, Entrepreneur, Executive — by Choice. rodneydenno.com

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