The key to winning more arguments is understanding what makes for a bad argument.
When arguing, we often let our emotions get in the way and say anything to help sway opposing perspectives towards ours. This leads to irrational thinking and flaws in our arguments. Learn to recognize these abuses of reason and gain the ability to poke holes in your opponent’s arguments!
This week on YAP, Hala chats with Ali Almossawi, the author of multiple books including An Illustrated Book of Bad Arguments, Bad Choices and the Point of Pointless Work. Ali also has a flourishing corporate career and works in cybersecurity at Apple.
Tune in to learn how Ali manages a successful side hustle and full-time job, and gain insight on various bad arguments and the logical fallacies or errors in reasoning people make when arguing.
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