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What Aristotle and Joshua Bell can teach us about persuasion by Conor Neill

Joshua Bell, one of the greatest violinist in the world plays at every show full of 1000's of audience. They are willing to pay more than $100 to see him play a night. one day on January 12th, 2007 Joshua Bell played to nobody... He had preformed in a subway station who no one had paid any attention to (except for one small child who knew something extraordinary was going on).

Joshua could not believe it. "It seemed strange that I was being Ignored"

so what changed?

-Same Music

-Same Instrument

-Same musical Passion

-Same man

For many of us within The Liberty Movement who are passionate about educating those on Peace and Prosperity. We may find ourselves at one time or another in the same situation. Groups of people who are very receptive, and groups who simple just don't want to listen.

The answer dates back thousands of years to Aristotle who has the solution.


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