Analogies aren’t arguments. People think they are, but they aren’t. Here’s a great example of an exchange between two debate teams last weekend.
Recognizing the results of confirmation bias and cognitive dissonance will help make sense in today’s scandals.
Do you avoid debates during Thanksgiving dinner? Most do, but they’re often inevitable. This article gives you five steps to win them.
Most prefer avoiding debates at all costs at Thanksgiving. I say engage. You’ll be surprised at how wonderful your Thanksgiving dinner can be.
If you’re short on time, here’s a suggestion to get the most for your attention: Watch the last module and you’ll get the gist on becoming a Master Persuader.
Roy Moore should practice the persuasion technique of “reversing the burden.” If he doesn’t do so soon, he’s toast.
This episode takes a clip from my timely course “Persuade,” available for free through November 15.
Thank you for participating, persuaders! I have selected 5 winners of these rare C.S. Lewis Signature Classic books. Let me share with you my most significant finding from the survey, announce the winners, and remind you of a chance for another give-away. A total of 144 friends participated in a 15-minute Q&A about the direction […]
The morning I launch a brand new business, my daughter’s dog has puppies in my basement bathroom. Quite the metaphor, and I suspect you’ll enjoy this story.
Here’s how this part of your university experience works.