Presenting an idea to your audience is one thing. Getting them to buy-in to it and genuinely care about what you’re saying is quite another. It’s a rookie mistake to presume that your audience will be inherently interested in taking on your idea or suggestion just because the merits of it appear so obvious.
How then can you get your audience to not just connect with, but also buy-in to what you have to say.
Please go through the lesson carefully and then take the quiz mentioned at the end.
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