Why are your best ideas getting ignored?
What makes the difference between the communications people act on and the communications they’ll ignore? The answer is rhetoric, the art of persuasive language. The ancient Greeks were the first to use rhetoric. Now, modern science is proving its powerful potential.
You need people to hear your message and act on it.
Word Play equips you to meet that challenge. It’s a comprehensive list of rhetorical techniques explained in easy-to-understand terms. You’ll be able to create eloquent and memorable sentences like a pro.
How does Word Play work?
Let’s face it, rhetoric isn’t easy. The Latin is unpronounceable, and the definitions are dense. So we revamped it. For each rhetorical technique, we’ve provided a simple English word and made it visual. Included is a clear definition, and a few examples.
Who does this work for?
If you’re an executive, a copywriter, a content marketer, educator, or human being, these simple cards are here to help you get your message across. Because messages without rhetoric are just noise.
RETURNS & EXCHANGES
As a communications coach and analyst, Peter Paskale helps presenters around the world to take to the stage by unleashing the potential power of their words. He is a contributor to the Huffington Post and hosts a weekly blog of ideas for presenters at The Presenters’ Blog.
Gavin is a founding partner at fassforward Consulting Group. He blogs about PowerPoint, presenting, communication and message discipline at Make A Powerful Point. More on Twitter.