During the Q&A at the end of my talks, I often get this question:
Isn't it bad to manipulate people? Does that make rhetoric bad as well?
Sure, manipulation often is bad. That's why my book teaches people how to spot manipulation. But the best arguments lead to a consensus, where both sides are sweaty and happy and ready for a commitment. Which means that consensual manipulation can be a good thing.
In this video--one of a series we're releasing every Monday--Christina shows how to seduce for the good of humanity. Let us know what you think in the comments.