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By Thom Hartmann

Millions of operating american citizens speak, act, and vote as though their financial pursuits fit these of the megawealthy, international firms, and the politicians who do their bidding. How did this occur? based on Air the US radio host Thom Hartmann, the apologists of the correct became masters of the sophisticated and mostly unconscious features of political conversation. it is not an escalation in Iraq, it is a surge; it is not the inheritance tax, it is the demise tax; it is not drilling for oil, it is exploring for power. Conservatives did not intuit the trail to persuasive messaging; they realized those recommendations. there isn't any for the reason that progressives cannot examine them too. In Cracking the Code, Hartmann indicates you ways. Drawing on his history as a psychotherapist and ads government in addition to a countrywide radio host, he breaks down the constitution for powerful verbal exchange, sharing routines and examples for sensible software.

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It’s probably why I enjoy doing radio. I think it’s also why I can write reasonably well and love to read—because that’s all auditory: when I’m writing I’m hearing my own voice inside my head going out on the page, and when I’m reading I’m hearing the voices of the author and the characters. 42 Part II: Feeling Comes First What’s Your Primary Sense? ” When you’re finished, add up all the V’s (visual), A’s (auditory), and K’s (kinesthetic). The numerical scores will tell you (show you? ) with which of the three representational systems you’re most and least familiar.

Cracking the Modal Code Sensory modalities are very important for communication because when we process new information, we tend to use our primary sensory system to create internal memory structures describing what the world means and how things are. For example, when a memorable event like 9/11 occurs, we will each store that memory differently. Even reading those numbers, people who are primarily visual may have flashed to pictures of the towers falling. People who are primarily auditory may remember the sounds of the towers falling, or the screaming and sirens, or a particular newscaster’s voice.

To this day, this is still the fundamental cleavage between conservatives and liberals. Liberals speak of using government for positive ends, but they don’t mean to further restrain people. Instead liberals believe that the role of government is to provide a framework within which individuals can achieve their maximum potential. 24 Part I: Telling Your Story The closer we can all come to our true human nature, the better, liberals believe. Instead of restraining human nature, liberals want to promote it.

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