You already have arguments. But you are not very satisfied with the existing arguments? How can you make arguments stronger? How can you build them so that they have to convince people? These and other questions about argumentation are discussed in this workshop.
Stay with one point of argumentation. Many people jump from point to point without building up one argument profoundly. That means that an explanation of one argument consists of at least 10-20 sentences before moving on to another point of argumentation.
Numbers, data, facts. People love tangible things. Of course, one should not overdo it with numbers and give 20 numbers in a presentation. But 2-3 numbers make your presentation better and better. And the more recognized your numbers, that means the better the underlying statistics, the better.
Look for weak points. When the argument is finished, ask yourself: where is my argument most susceptible? And then consider additional reasons for these points and strenghen the weaknesses of the argument!
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