I do not seek applause, nor to amuse the people, I want to convince them.” —Abraham LincolnThe Six Elements of a Proposition
Eliminate Writer's Bloc
The power of location based demonstration
Photograph by David Hirsch, stand-up
desk in his Des Moines law office 2012.
We know authors who experienced severe writer's block. After reading our books, the six elements of a proposition provide a blueprint that virtually eliminates writer's block. With The Structure of Reason a writing is naturally logically persuasive. The result is a sense of iron logic. Propositions are built on precisely positioned fact. Argument is perfectly timed because it is perfectly placed with a factual foundation.
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