- Speak confidently, be concise, and try not to repeat yourself.
- Give the appearance that you truly know what’s right from the beginning, even if you don’t have all of the facts.
- Facts that can support your stance is helpful, but being convincing matters more.
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The Definitive Guide to Winning an Argument
- Convince Them With Confidence
- Avoid Common Argument Fallacies
- Anecdotal Fallacy
- Confirmation Bias
- Correlation vs. Causation
- Straw Man Fallacy
- Fallacy argumentum ad hominem
- Find the Best Evidence
- Be Calm and Courteous
- Emotional arguments
- Have Them Explain Their View First
- Ask Them the Right Questions
- Stay on Topic
- Look for Consensus to Back You Up
- Change What Winning Means to You