Convincing

MarkBuehrleis baseball free agent currently who is interesting to watch becauseof the way in which he plays. He is forever active and lively in thesense that he presents his skills without hesitation or panic andthis convinces the viewer to continue watching his game(Drake and Sobrero 639).Persuading people is not all about words and body language as manypeople would thing, but it entails knowing the right time to presenta skill to a group a people, something that this player understandsquite perfectly (Cacioppo,Petty, and Quintanar 623).The player understands what his audience wants and he has alwaysdeveloped a good rapport with them. Before going ahead to present askill to an audience or a person, it is imperative to know them indetail, especially their aspirations. When presenting an idea, theactor has to be affirmative in order to convince people. Thisbaseball player has always played at the top of the game meaning heknows exactly what the audience wants. Many people are fans of thegame and giving them what they want is the best thing that can comefrom any player. The presenter should not beat about the bushthinking that the audience will interpret the information(Tomarken and Davidson 339).He or she has to be direct to the point and use the simplest languageto prevent misunderstanding and misinterpretation. The fourthstrategy is leaning on the ethos, pathos, and logos where theconcepts related to credibility, emotions, and logic come into play.Lastly, the presenter has to create a need meaning the audience hasto feel that something has to be said to satisfy their minds.

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