We found 7 episodes of Subliminally Correct with the tag “hillary clinton”.
Episode 33: Digitally Correct, with Special Guest Emma Kraus
May 10th, 2019 | 1 hr 1 min
advertising, cory booker, elections, emails, facebook, fundraising, hillary clinton, joe biden, julian castro, kamala harris, politics, social media
Every wonder who's writing those campaign emails that show up in your inbox at 3am? Or how about what goes into the 30 permutations of the same facebook ad you and your friends see every day? Our guest, Emma Kraus knows! She's joining us this episode to share her experience targeting voters with email fundraising and digital organizing. You don't want to miss this episode!
Episode 31: In the Candidate's Corner, with Special Guest Tara Swords
April 12th, 2019 | 48 mins 27 secs
2020 democratic primary, bernie sanders, beto o'rourke, communications, debates, donald trump, elections, empathy, executive coach, hillary clinton, joe biden, persuasion, politics, speeches
Who teaches a candidate to speak to the subconscious? How do politicians learn to be more persuasive and likable? Is there a method you can use to adopt these qualities in your own everyday life? In this fascinating episode we speak with Tara Swords, executive coach and communications consultant about how she trains politicians to speak subliminally correct!
Episode 14: Weekend at Bernie's
August 17th, 2018 | 1 hr 19 mins
2016 primaries, bernie sanders, campaigns, donald trump, hillary clinton, minorities in politics, political rhetoric, progressives
What was the magic that allowed Bernie Sanders galvanize so many young progressives to his cause? In this episode we sit down with a former Bernie staffer to discuss which influence tools Bernie used repeatedly, both effectively and not.
Episode 11: Obama's Rhetorical Model, with Special Guest Michael Reitzes
July 6th, 2018 | 50 mins 31 secs
2008 presidential campaign, 2012 presidential campaign, barack obama, bernie sanders, donald trump, elections, hillary clinton, mitt romney, politics
President Obama is widely recognized as a highly effective public speaker. But what made him so good? We speak with veteran campaign consultant and scholar, Michael Reitzes who worked on President Obama's campaigns in '08 and '12 about a study he produced analyzing Obama's persuasive speech patterns.
Episode 3: People Focused, Data Driven with Special Guest Luke Riley
March 16th, 2018 | 49 mins 2 secs
analytics, bernie sanders, cambridge analytica, data, donald trump, hillary clinton, politics, voting
Ever wondered how campaigns choose the people they target with their message and why? Our guest, Luke Riley was on the inside of Hillary Clinton's data operation and he gives us the inside story about how campaigns and firms like Cambridge Analytica use consumer data to build predictive models of your voting behavior.
Episode 2: How the Message Gets Made, With Special Guest Peter Koltak
February 28th, 2018 | 48 mins 32 secs
barack obama, bernie sanders, communications, donald trump, government, hillary clinton, messaging, peter koltak, politics, press, us congress
We talk with Peter Koltak, Chief of Staff to a U.S. Congressman about the process behind crafting an effective campaign message and look back at all the ways it went well or ended poorly.
Episode 1: Biden's Speech and the 2016 Election
February 28th, 2018 | 1 hr 15 mins
2016, bernie sanders, donald trump, election, government, hillary clinton, hypnosis, hypnotism, joe biden, politics
In our first episode we break down the hypnotic language patterns of Joe Biden in a recent speech to the Chicago Council on Global Affairs. Then we get into the persuasive tactics used by candidates in the 2016 presidential election.