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Convincing Others to Go Vegan: A Compassionate Approach

From Colin Easom, VLCE,
July 2024

By sharing personal stories that resonate with peopleís priorities and values, we can effectively promote the adoption of a vegan lifestyle and contribute to a better world for all.

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Curious about convincing your friends and family about the incredible benefits of veganism? Itís no secret that veganism has gained significant momentum in recent years due to mounting evidence of its positive impact on personal health, animal welfare, and environmental sustainability. However, merely presenting facts and figures is not enough to convince someone to embrace a vegan lifestyle, rather, share personal stories that resonate with them and appeal to their core values.

To persuade someone to go vegan, focus on their priorities, address their concerns, and appeal to their emotions. Sharing personal stories that illustrate the transformative power of veganism can be one of the most effective ways to accomplish this. Here are some tips on how to do it:

The Power of Personal Stories

Personal stories are a potent tool for promoting veganism because they resonate on an emotional level. By sharing personal stories of how veganism has positively impacted our health, aligned with our values, and contributed to a more sustainable future, we can effectively promote the adoption of a vegan lifestyle.


Please read the ENTIRE ARTICLE HERE, including:

  • The Power of Personal Stories
  • Tips for Sharing Personal Stories
  • Talking Points

Posted on July 4, 2024
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