posted on Oct, 15 2008 @ 04:51 AM
The difference between trying to convinve a mass and trying to convince an individual is :
1) When trying to convince an individual it is easier , as you may explain to him and get rid of all the doubts he has , meaning , you will most
likely convince him 100% (or close to it)
2) Turning on the speakers can be a little hard , because the individual might not be totally convinced of what you say , it might conflict with ideas
he has of his own , and you will hardly be able to answer everyone at the same time , if they have questions that could be answered and change their
minds. So you get a lot of 50% convinced people .
Sooo , I think maybe you could try a mix of both , a good way , in my opinion , would be , reaching and exposing the thruth to many people
individually first , try exposing as many details as possible.
Then after you feel you got the important idea through them , go ahead and turn the speakers on , and now you will have some people that will know
almost as much as you , and they will probably inform the newcomers of the details , while you are giving the base idea.
That is of course only my humble opinion.