Want to be able to make a case that aligns with your agenda more effectively? Want to be seen as a strong communicator or someone who is reliable and assertive? Well, you may want to work on your persuasion tactics. In my previous blog post, I already explained that appealing to the three classical modes of persuasion, which were introduced by Aristotle, would be a good idea. Remember that they are part of the five parts of rhetoric? In this one, I explain which ingredients to use to set the stage well.