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  • Yas Ahmad

The Persuasion Paradox

Updated: Sep 10, 2022


Have you noticed that the most argumentative people rarely persuade anyone? The most persuasive people don’t argue—they observe, listen, and ask questions.


Argue less, persuade more.


Persuasion is an art that requires a paintbrush, not a sledgehammer.


So what happens when you let go of winning the discussion:


When you let go of trying to convince anyone of anything, you are free to speak and do what you feel needs to be said and done. Your words and actions resonate with authenticity and integrity. And right there is your power to make an impact. It’s hard paradox to see through!


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