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3 Ways to influence

3 Ways to influence

  • Logical appeals tap into people’s rational and intellectual positions. 
  • Emotional appeals connect your message, goal, or project to individual goals and values..
  • Cooperative appeals involve collaboration (what will you do together?), consultation (what ideas do other people have?), and alliances (who already supports you or has the credibility you need?). 

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MORE IDEAS FROM You Can Master the 3 Ways to Influence People

  • Assess the situation. Be clear about whom you need to influence and what you want to accomplish.
  • Know your audience. Identify and understand your stakeholders and their needs. 
  • Review your ability. What tactics do you use most often?  What new tactics could you try in this situation? 
  • Brainstorm your approach. What tactics would work best? Which logical appeals will be most effective? How could you make an emotional or cooperative appeal?  etc. 

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  1. Hunger and drive set a leader apart from a follower.
  2. Leaders have an insatiable hunger to make something happen; they must do, create and share.
  3. This drive is the force that makes them unstoppable. Through their drive, they discover how to influence people and the culture around them.

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We are continually subject to manipulation. For instance:

  • Gaslighting: It involves encouraging someone to doubt their own judgment and to rely on the manipulator's advice instead.
  • Guilt trips: Making someone feel overly guilty for failing to do what the manipulator wants him/her to do.
  • Peer pressure: Caring so much about the manipulator's approval that she/he will obey the manipulators' wishes.

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Know your facts
How many times have you made a claim about some piece of trivia only to realize, as soon as you’ve made that claim, that you’re completely wrong?

Stop and think before you make such errors, and you’ll be less likely to lose, whether the matter is trivia or a truly important career or relationship challenges.

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