Persuasion Articles of the Week

"Engineering Department employees, 1962, Item 74240" by Seattle Municipal Archives, Flickr, CC-By-2.0
“Engineering Department employees, 1962, Item 74240” by Seattle Municipal Archives, Flickr, CC-By-2.0

#bodylanguage #math #confidence #elections #northkorea #cognitivedissonance

4 Powerful Body Language Habits of Confident People

Learning better ways to move your body can influence those around you, as well as your own thought processes.

New Math Untangles the Mysterious Nature of Causality

Math describing why your brain doesn’t work in a straight line. Or something — it’s complex.

A 12-Month Campaign of Fake News to Influence Elections Costs $400,000

Influence spreads beyond borders. Now you can buy it on the dark web and create a fake celebrity or help sway elections, just like your local government!

The Top 10 Books Every Leader Must Read

…including books on influence and persuasion.

Dennis Rodman just gave Kim Jong Un ‘The Art of the Deal.’ And it may be a genius move.

Rodman knows both Trump and Kim. Maybe they can broker some peace?

Alex Jones Scoops Megyn Kelly And Proves The Media Isn’t Ready For The Trolls

The media is no longer the gatekeepers to information and opinions. And once someone has an opinion, cognitive dissonance helps ensure it persists, even in light of new facts. InfoWars knows how to exploit this like few others.