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It's easier for people to listen when they know what you'll be asking for. They have context for what follows and a little "box" into which to filter the discussion. And they're not concerned about anything hidden.

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When you connect your request with a reason why, you increase your chances for a "Yes". In fact, in an experiment conducted with people in line at a photocopy machine, the simple act of saying, "I need to get in front of you because I am in a hurry" gained the cooperation of a significant number of people. Other "because" statements had a similar effect.

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1. State Your Intentions Up Front
2. Explain Your Reasons.
3. Emphasize in clear words what you want to happen.
I'll take note to these. Thank you!

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