These quotes are excerpts from The Art of Mindful Facilitation by Lee Mun Wah.
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"What I heard you say was..."
"Tell me more about what you meant by..."
"What angered you about what happened?"
"What hurt you about what happened?"
"What's familiar about what happened?"
(How did that affect you?
How does it affect you now?)
"What do you need/want?"
if any of the 5 persuasion techniques goes wrong, the others won't be of much use -Deepak Chopra
Community Village Sites's insight:
In human rights work, a constant goal is to convince people that people should have human human rights -- regardless of their nationality, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual preference, or physical and mental abilities.
It's not enough to tell ourselves that "this is common sense". People need to be reminded to not be prejudice and laws need to be fixed to protect and empower people.
Click through for Chopra's 5 steps that dig into the complexity of human emotions and persuasion techniques.