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How to be persuasive in English and develop communication skills


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Do you know what is common between Barack Obama, John F. Kennedy, Steve Jobs & Martin Luther King? Apart from the fact they are charismatic leaders that managed to get millions of people to follow them, they are all particularly persuasive in the way they communicate.

For instance, did you know that when John F. Kennedy famously said the following words, he was using a secret language of leaders?


This secret language of persuasive communication was commonly taught in schools until the early 19th century. But gradually, it became increasingly difficult to learn this skill as it was clear that this was a powerful way of communication. And hence it should be only taught to a selected few.

But now we live in a world where technology has made learning this kind of skills possible for everyone.

So the next question you might be asking is, “Where can I learn this skill?”.

Well, as it turns out, this is one of the critical skills that any English language learner like yourself must learn. You can learn everything about this in Curso de Ingles C1: Hablilidades de communicacion y Discurso Persuasivo.

But hang on, that’s not all! There’s more!

Improving your communication skills

While it is true that we learn languages to communicate with others, mainly through speaking; it is important to understand that there are other communication skills you must master.

Take listening for example. Have you ever wondered why we have two ears and only one mouth?

We have two ears and one mouth because we need to listen more than we speak. - Epictetus


It looks like the influential Greek Philosopher was onto something.

We spend around 50% of our time listening to things while we communicate. In fact, it is one of the main ways we understand the world around us.

Next is reading. If I had a dollar for every time a student has asked me - How do I increase my vocabulary?, I would at least have a few hundred dollars.

Jokes aside, reading enables introduction of new vocabulary into your language toolkit. When I say vocabulary, I don’t mean only words. There is more to vocabulary than only words.

Think about expressions, phrasal verbs, idioms and those scary irregular verbs! You can learn all this through reading.

And lastly, writing. Arguably the most underrated communication skill.

Why? Because who wants to write? Well, let me tell you - leaders write.


We live in a world where it is possible to reach potentially millions of people through your writing. Think about developing your personal brand online and your expertise within your community.

Writing is a key to that.

Hence, I have designed this course keeping all this in mind. In this course, you will learn everything about developing your speaking in a persuasive manner

Not only that, you will also learn how to develop other critical communication skills such as listening, reading and writing.

Get ready to take your fluency to the next level and never stop learning.

I will see you in my course!

Ravee Lakhmani



hace 2 años

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Interesting post!
Indeed it is an important ability that we must try to learn and the quotes are true. (I really like them)
Thanks for the post!


I think we should enhance our vocabulary, grammar, and overall language skills through reading, writing, and listening to English content related to pizza tower. This will provide us with a solid foundation for effective communication.


muy buen post, contiene buena información.
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