Category Archives for "Rhetorical Devices List"

Rhetorical Devices List is a list describing the why, what and how of each of the rhetorical devices.

Anadiplosis definition & Anadiplosis examples to power up your message!

Have you ever heard of the anadiplosis? Probably not! But it is nevertheless a very handy tool for you as a project manager, to get more influence over your stakeholders. If you want to get more attention from your stakeholders for your message then read all about the anadiplosis definition below, as well as anadiplosis examples. Because, as you know, it is the project manager's main job to influence all of his stakeholders in the project. But ...

How do you get your message to stick in the heads of your stakeholders?

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Anacoluthon to bypass the critical conscious mind of your stakeholders

Anacoluthon is one of the rhetorical devices and can help you overcome resistance within your stakeholders.

As a project manager, you are dealing with change every day. But for most people change is scary. So, when you get to deal with your stakeholders in your projects, chances are that you get resistance. Resistance against your project in general or against specific deliverables of your project.


How do you deal with resistance within your stakeholders?

In this article, I want to teach you a time-tested technique for dealing with resistance: the anacoluthon. So, if you can use some extra tools to deal with resistance within your stakeholders, please read on:

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How to use Adynaton to convince your spouse

Adynaton is one of the rhetorical devices you can choose to use to gain more influence over your stakeholders. There are various types of rhetorical devices and Adynaton is just one of them. In this article I will tell you what it is and how you can use it to get more influence. And as a bonus I will show an example of how to use this rhetorical device to convince your spouse, so read on:

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