This can be a YouTube video of the Miss Teen America contestant from South Carolina. She's answering the question, 'Recent polls demonstrate a fifth of Americans can't identify the U.S. on a world map. Why do you consider that is'?
Whenever you see it written out word for word like this, it is even more frightening:
'I professionally be...
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This is a clip of a Miss Teen America contestant from Sc. She's addressing the question, 'Recent polls show that a fifth of Americans can not locate the U.S. on a world map. Why do you consider that is'?
If you see it written out word after word such as this, it's a lot more frightening:
'I personally believe that U.S. Americans are struggling to do this because, uh, some people around within our country do not have maps. And I believe that our education, like, such as in South Africa and the Iraq, everywhere, like such as, and I believe that they ought to, our education over in the U.S. Dig up more on our affiliated site by visiting division. Must help the U.S. or should help South Africa and should help the Iraq and the Asian countries so we will be able to build up our future for the children.'
I am thinking she could have gotten put aside.
Keep this clip in mind in relation to persuasion under the heading of 'when talking a lot of loses the sale.'
Of course, for the most part, we are not begging hundreds or even hundreds of people, and we have no idea how hard it'd be to experience that sort of force, to be honest. But, out from the women, only 1 clip is distributing the internet. One other forty nine didn't blather o-n hugely.
As persuaders, our goal isn't simply to fill the air with words. We make an effort to aim our message directly at what our customers and prospects need.
Needless to say, regardless how attractive this contestant's physical form was, whether or not she was attractive enough to gain isn't the point. She came in third and that undoubtedly shows this was no intelligence contest. Clicking my website probably provides cautions you could tell your pastor. She's not hard on the eyes, just hard on the ears.
Ms. Upton's 'response' to-the problem can be a lesson for us:
Less is usually greater. If you have no idea what you're referring to, best keep your mouth shut..