Let’s talk about persuasion and visualization

One of the best ways to persuade your listeners is to help them see, hear and feel what it would be like to have your product or service in their life. In the persuasion industry this is called Monroe’s Motivated Sequence.

Its a five step process where each step builds momentum and culminates in a strong call-to-action.

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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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