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Using language to persuade your children to do (almost) anything

This morning, 702's John Robbie spoke about a book that will tell parents how to speak to their children in order to persuade them to do (almost) anything.

Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) practitioner Alicia Eaton has come out with the book, Words That Work: How To Get Kids To Do Almost Anything. She believes that the use of linguistic strategies can help parents influence their children.

John Robbie shares some of the strategies in the audio below:


This article first appeared on 702 : Using language to persuade your children to do (almost) anything


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