Episode 67

A Spark of Possibility: Bill Clinton's Inaugural Address


May 6th, 2020

34 mins 7 secs

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About this Episode

Have you ever wondered how to make your speaking sound like the most persuasive politicians? Listen to how Bill Clinton in his second term creates an inspirational feeling among the audience, while alluding to policy points.

Listen to this episode to find out:

  • The three part sentence structure that instills repetition but also sets up a way to redefine the same words you've just said
  • Submodality changes similar to those seen in Trump's State of the Union
  • Moving from the Under Class to the Middle Class
  • A tie back to another persuasive politician: Ted Cruz
  • Using a historical event to "pace current experience" while connecting two points in time
  • Bridges, Summits, Quests, and Dreams...
  • And more!

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