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Kelsey Parker Aug 21
People use an average of 7 points when making an argument, but having more than 3 points radically reduces the likelihood that the audience will remember any of them. (I'm so guilty! I love all the points)
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Sell Make Cash Aug 21
Ninety percent of is and 10 percent is .
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Nick Aug 21
James Doyle and Charlie Hills used to be THE hottest combination, but this year they have had over 40 beaten favs when combining, poor horses? Poor rides? Poor training? Who knows what the fuck is going on there.. Latest beaten fav
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Only Tech 365 Aug 20
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Andrea Inman Aug 19
The Art of Persuasion Hasn’t Changed in 2,000 Years
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Roma Sharma 3h
When we use our skills to influence someone is it persuasion or manipulation? What is the basic difference between the two? Subscribe to my youtube channel: Join:
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Nancy Harhut Aug 21
Looking to influence prospects and customers? These techniques will help! I’ve used them online and off for clients who’ve seen great results.
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Personal Growth and Skills 9h
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Mark Rodgers 17h
Want to better understand how people think? Read this:
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Copyccino Connoisseurs Aug 19
Sometimes persuasive design is all you need to sell your ish. Will you agree?
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Johan Speksnijder 15h
'No amount of evidence will ever persuade an idiot'. Mark Twain
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Chris Gayton 19h
2 pax sharpened the iron - initiation of first movements -Begin with incremental movement to build agreement -Beware of the crackpipe of procrastination.
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SiteTuners 10h
Want to know how best to persuade your visitors to convert? Try which of Cialdini's principles works best on your audience.
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gui.do Aug 20
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Stephen McGarvey 5h
Opportunity is knocking and you need to open the door because that’s how we discover new opportunities.
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Russell Pickering Aug 20
Do you find scientific evidence persuasive? Persuasion itself is a science, and it’s not just about chemistry. Let us persuade you to peruse Robert Cialdini’s classic essay on the science of influence.
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Paul Sloane Aug 16
Four magic phrases to improve your powers of
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Karen Greenbaum Aug 16
“In short, persuasion is no longer a ‘soft skill’— it is a fundamental skill that can help you attract investors, sell products, build brands, inspire teams, and trigger movements,” via
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Common Craft Aug 21
What's Better for Persuasion - Stories or Facts?
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David Erickson Aug 20
🗣️ Pre-Suasion: Preparing For Persuasion [INFOGRAPHIC] This infographic illustrates the importance of setting the stage for people to be in the right frame of mind in order to be persuaded by a marketing message. ↙️
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