Using the Power of Questions to Communicate, Connect, and Persuade | A Guide to Trey Gowdy's Book by SNAP Summaries
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In Doesn’t Hurt to Ask, former federal prosecutor and South Carolina representative Trey Gowdy explains what moves people in the courtroom and congress and demonstrates how it can be applied to business and life.
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- Synopsis of the original book
- Key takeaways from each chapter
- The key principles of persuasion
- How to connect and persuade like a top-rated attorney
- Editorial Review
- Background on Trey Gowdy
About the Original Book:
The traditional way to persuade, Gowdy writes, is to present a logical argument and defend it with declarations of facts. This approach often works, but it is not very effective because it is essentially a monologue, and people don’t respond too well to being told what to do or believe. A better way to persuade is to determine your objective, get your facts straight, figure out your audience, and ask it the right questions at the right time. Drawing from his experiences as a prosecutor and congressman, Gowdy shows how this deceptively simple approach can be used to communicate effectively, connect deeply, and persuade convincingly. Readers who wish to become effective advocates for themselves and others will find Doesn’t Hurt to Ask an invaluable resource.
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