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Persuade someone to take action

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Persuade someone to take action by phrasing your question in terms of what you want, rather than what you don’t want. It’s easier for them to hear you and reinforces the behavior you want. Example: Say, “It would help me out if you could have it done by 3 p.m.” instead of, “Don’t hold on to it all day!”

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