The power of proof is relative to the willingness to believe.
People are not only logical, but also psychological.
If someone has a vested interest in not seeing your point of view, then their ability to favorably interpret what you’re saying might be skewed in the opposite direction.
What appears to be a hard head is often the symptom of a closed heart.
Before raising your voice, repeating your arguments, or attempting to make a stronger case, try establishing an energetic connection with the other party.
Effective communication is rarely about winning a debate.
It’s about winning other people’s hearts and, no less importantly, allowing them to win yours.
At least that’s the way I see it.