Aristotle identified the three critical elements — ethos, pathos, and logos — thousands of years ago. Ethos or “Character” Ethos is essentially your credibility. Ethos represents the part of a speech or presentation when your audience gains some insight into… Read More ›
If you want to learn another language, watch children’s shows in that language to pick up on it quicker.
This is how to tailor our message to the situation and goal. Situation Objective Message Inform A policy update / procedure change Simple understanding Straightforward.Example: “This is the process for XYZ process. Here are the steps. Entertain A team member… Read More ›
If you’re ever in the heat of an argument, always act like you’re being recorded. This helps you from saying things you don’t mean and could regret later.
When debating someone on a heated issue, start by looking for something to agree with them on. The rest of the conversation will be a lot less hostile if you establish common ground.