How to make the explanation sound more logical and persuasive
|Interestingly, using these right words frequently for an extended period of time will not only make you look deeper and more thorough but will actually cause you to become deeper and more thorough. The reason is simple, if you remember use the phrase “and the reason for that is” after every claim, you will find that it gets easier to find a reason for every claim. Over time finding such reasons and examples will become habit, and you will simply be thinking about the underlying reasons for things – which is what deeper people do.||Full Linkage||Partial Linkage|
How to sound more factual
Just like with the explanation part of the argument, so do facts and examples introduced into the argument make it sound more grounded and thus ‘real’.
|In fact, most people understand examples more readily than explanations, and find them more convincing (though the explanation will impress them more, even if they don’t understand it). This difference is so significant that whenever I give a lecture or listen to one I notice how the people in the audience raise their heads everytime the speaker says “for example”.||Evidence|