Episode 4

Not Your Average Voter Myth


March 30th, 2018

52 mins 42 secs

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About this Episode

You know those news stories where they gather a group of "regular Americans" around a kitchen table to ask them what issues are most important to them? What if we broke down one of those stories from NPR and told you there's actually a lot more going on in their discussions than their supposed focus on the issues?

How would you like to be able to read between the lines of their language patterns to uncover the connections their minds are actually making on a deeper level? That is, on a subconscious level. And why is it we can start talking to those around us about policies and issues but wind up instead talking past each other, making no progress?

Find the answers to all of these questions and more on this episode of Subliminally Correct!

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