In this video segment Diane Watts, CEO of Watts Professional Development shares the key elements of a persuasive conversation.
Watts explains that there are 3 key elements to use in any conversation to be persuasive. Those elements are:
- LOGIC (appealing to the sense of reason)
- ETHICS (appealing to the sense of right and wrong)
- EMOTIONS (appealing to our emotions and feelings)
No one has ever found a fourth… in over 2500 years. She comments that if you bring two of these elements into a conversation you will be powerful, and if you bring all three of these elements into a conversation you will be extraordinarily powerful! Who doesn’t want that?
To hear more about this, click on the 2-minute video below: