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When Expertise Is More Important Than Rhetoric

If we’re to believe Plato, and we really should, we need Logos, Ethos, and Pathos to succinctly create an endearing argument. Essentially that boils down to; is what you’re saying logical, do people trust you and your argument, and are you passionate and engaging as a speaker. As has been mentioned in other blogs before … Continued

A Smarter Kind Of Flexibility

You’ve heard the old tale. Two people are walking through a field. They come to a gigantic brick wall as tall as the sky that spans from one side of the horizon to the other. The first person backs up and slowly begins banging their head against the wall, hoping to knock it down. The … Continued