How To Use Arrogance To Make A Compelling Point

The most central aspiration of human beings is for pleasure.

And we can see it on social media, those who star in it try to highlight in every way possible that their lives are more enjoyable than most people’s.
It’s a kind of wordless persuasion, a kind of statement without debate — to show our better sides and the benefits in our way …

It is indeed a pretty effective persuasion force if you aspire to bring people to your side, but the only reason to do something that seems so arrogant is to convince and not get into a useless argument, but to present ideas without words.

In conclusion, I will note that arrogance without purpose can seem pointless and ridiculous, but as a means of persuasion it can be somewhat effective.

Sariel Ben Aviv
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Sariel Ben Aviv

Sariel Ben Aviv

With an artistic approach to life, my effort as a writer is primarily to evoke a broader style of thought.