Seriously, we can’t get enough of this guy. Did you know there are two quotes attributed to Churchill, with somewhat similar meanings, both of which in raw, brutal Churchillian eloquence, prove the power of persuasion?
Yesterday, we illustrated briefly and with great forcefulness how one person’s “need” is another person’s “whatever”. Hardly a persuasive win when your interlocutor doesn’t feel the same “need” as you. There’s a fix though –
Let’s start with the negative side, then turn up the dial of positivity. Our own truth kicks into high gear the second we’re told what we need. For example: You need to pay attention to
In today’s information culture that goes at the speed of your Twitter feed, you don’t have long to make that lasting first impression. Believe us – we confess that we form impressions in less time
Why People Date Lying, Cheating, Loser Jerks… …And Why You Should Be A Lying, Cheating, Loser Jerk. (Slightly Unethical) Tricks On How To Persuade Anyone Greed Is… Good? And telling you to creatively diss people
We didn’t really mean it when we suggested you become a lying, cheating, loser jerk – what we intended was to show you something of how your audience makes decisions. Altruism can spring from selfish
Say whaaaaaaaaaat? Yesterday, we delved headlong into why some people insist on dating lying, cheating, losing jerks even while friendzoning the Perfect Person who has already bobbed onto their radar screen. Nice guys finish last?
Funny thing. We all have that one friend – the one who constantly complains about their significant other, or the person they’re dating. We’ve heard about how that person they’re with is a lying, cheating,
We’ve held forth at length on how a lousy stale cup of coffee can sell a $53,000 sports car. That is reciprocity. #5 in this video is something else we’ve taken on albeit from a
We received a lot of great feedback on our last installment, “Could You Please“. Two key points – as a few commenters astutely pointed out: It’s not so much THAT you ask, as it is