"The universal in the specific" tool
The idea is that we should aim to talk about experiences that the other person can relate to. This technique makes our audience feel seen and understood.
For example, instead of saying you're unprepared, you might speak about the feeling on the last day of vacation. It creates a fuller picture that better reflect your story.
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