Impressions of Jan 6, 2021, a date which will live in infamy Rodger Malcolm Mitchell Uncategorized July 22, 2022July 22, 2022 1 Minute Share this:TwitterFacebookRedditPrintEmailLinkedInTumblrPinterestPocketLike this:Like Loading... Related Published by Rodger Malcolm Mitchell MBA Northwestern, business turnaround expert, economist View all posts by Rodger Malcolm Mitchell Published July 22, 2022July 22, 2022
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Ironically, changing one’s mind is both the easiest and most difficult thing to do in life. The will to do so is the operant factor in both resistance or willingness to change. This is why an integrative mindset and finding an integrative appeal for change is so important.
I doubt we’ll change many Trumper minds because their beliefs are not susceptible to facts or logic. Like a religion, Trumpism is based on emotions and faith. His followers don’t care about reality. His people are missing something in their lives, and Donald Trump fills that void
We only can hope to sway independents, though there are very few undecided anymore.
If after all the reports from the Committee, a person has not yet determined that Trump is a traitor, nothing more will help.
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“Ironically, changing one’s mind is both the easiest and most difficult thing to do in life. ”
Yes, rational conversions are rare.