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Unformatted text preview: facts and as many quotes from experts as possible to lend credibility to your argument, energize your audience and get them poised for action. 5. Propose a solution to each specific part of the problem you presented. It is important to show that the problem can be solved and that all you need is the help and support of every audience member. 6. Create a vivid mental image for them of two possible futures. First, paint them a picture of the way things will be if they help out; and second, let them have a look at the possibilities if they don't offer to be a part of the solution. 7. Issue your call to action. Make your final appeal an emotional one that will get them on their feet in support of your cause...
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This note was uploaded on 03/04/2011 for the course MBA 4701 taught by Professor Abcd during the Spring '11 term at Alaska Pacific University.
- Spring '11