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You spout lots of reasons why your proposal makes sense. Bad move. Blitzing listeners with too much information can immobilize them. Most executives want to know two things: why you’re right and what risks they face if you’re wrong. So pick the three most compelling reasons to support your claim, plus the mitigating factors that might trigger wildly unpredictable outcomes.