How to Win Friends and Influence People
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How To Win Friends and Influence People
November 1, 2010
Source: 9/11 Truth News
In Dale Carnegie’s famous book How to Win Friends and Influence People, there is a chapter which focuses on how the only real way to win an argument is to avoid one. This sentiment is a most critical tool for us to embrace in regard to spreading quality information about 9/11. The more mainstream the 9/11 Truth movement becomes, the more clear it becomes that practicing respectful etiquette across the board is perhaps the most important component to getting anyone to consider an individual’s new idea. When people argue, everyone goes home feeling more strongly about their original positions even if one was proven right.
The two clips posted below are from Alan Colmes’ radio show. Listen to how a reasonable and friendly approach leaves no room for argument and builds a bridge with the host. Colmes in the past has had Alex Jones on his radio show. The host has dealt with members of the We Are Change group “confronting” him (chasing him down the road, shouting, calling him names and accusing him of a being controlled.) Considering both of these interactions with people who supposedly represent the the 9/11 truth movement, it is quite possible that Colmes simply hasn’t been exposed to some of the more reasonable and basic questions about the official story. Colmes has most certainly been exposed to some very radical groups who have perhaps simply failed to present him with information he can relate to and still maintain his position.
These two calls to Colmes only convinced him to agree that he would be willing to investigate 9/11 under limited circumstances. However, the most important point both calls show is that if those who want to spread the truth about 9/11 take a respectful and thoughtful approach – to “discuss” rather than “confront” – there will be no room to argue and minds will open.
Many media representatives have shows where they allow open or semi-open formats for call-ins. Formats like these are an incredible opportunity for us to encourage media coverage of the truth about 9/11. Try calling in to a show on a regular basis (it sometimes only takes 5-15 minutes on hold). This form of public discussion when carried out in a respectful, polite and mature manner is the key for spreading 9/11 truth to the masses.
Please note that in the first phone call, the activist being referenced is the 2nd caller in the clip. The first caller actually shows a perfect example of the wrong way to try and talk to a radio show host.
Listen to the phone calls HERE: http://911truthnews.com/how-to-win-friends-and-influence-people/