Blueprint Of Persuasion

Since Mr. Aristotle (384 – 322 BCE) changed the course of communication forever, we cannot reinvent the wheel of persuasion. We persuade others and move them to action thanks to robust arguments. Arguments based on logic (Logos), credibility (Ethos) and emotion (Pathos).

We cannot reinvent that wheel, but we can repaint it. In this Blueprint of Persuasion I summerize the rhetorical knowhow I acquired from 2005 to 2015. It covers the three modes of persuasion, both in content and delivery, plus, the seven golden rules of storytelling of Aristotle.

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