Persuasive Goal 1
I desire to persuade nursing mothers to exclusively breastfeed for 4-6months and then continue breastfeeding with weaning diet up to 2years.The Human milk is natural and offers nutrition that can not be beaten by any infant or animal milk. It is complete; it contains sugar, proteins, fat, vitamins, trace elements that are essential for the growth and development of the child for the first six months of life. It also confers immunity because it contains immune cells that help to fight against germs and the infections they cause. The mother also benefits: as she is better bonded to the child. The uncomfortable enlargement of the breast that could occur if there is no sucking is prevented. Breastfeeding can be a form of birth control method as reproductive hormones are reduced during the period of breastfeeding. This can help in child spacing and also reduce the incidence of unwanted pregnancies in nursing mothers
Persuasive Goal 2
I would like to persuade the audience that testifying before the court of law should be done in truth and fear of the Creator. Many a time many people appear before the court of law to testify about events that are false and they even use religious ties to underscore their false claims. There is a law of nature: what you sow is what you reap. If a man goes to the court of law and testified falsely, he has only paved way for this law to set in motion the concurrent consequences. Just as the law of gravity is universal and ever present, so also is the law. If we have this in mind before testifying, it would deter to a reasonable extent, and promote law and order within the society.
Persuasive Goal 3
I want to persuade my audience to listen more attentively when communicating with others. Listening is not as easy as we think it is. It is an art that needs to be mastered by conscious decision and commensurate action. If we want to improve our communication with others, we must learn to listen more than we talk. The person who learns is better able to approach problems, addresses issues more objectively than the person who is keenly interested in talking. Listening is not just be opening our ears but also but concentrating during the conversation and making serious efforts to understand the other person[s]. By this means we would avert many unnecessary conflicts that arise secondary to misunderstanding.