Rhetorical Analysis Of The Talent Code By Daniel Coyle

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"You can sway a thousand men by appealing to their prejudices quicker than you can convince one man by logic" (Robert A. Heinlein). With that, Daniel Coyle, attempted to convince readers using the rhetorical devices that talent comes with the work you put in. Personally I don’t think Daniel Coyle did a good job persuading readers to buy the Talent Code. He draws the readers in by using real life examples, repeats himself many times through out the book, and he didn't use just one topic of interest, he used more. Reading the first couple chapters of The Talent Code, Coyle used many real life examples. He talked about the Brazilians and how they suppose to have a secret weapon that will explain why the soccer players are so good. Coyle talked about this…show more content…
Coyle is trying to make us believe that all this information is true and we should listen to what he is saying to us. Even though Daniel Coyle used real life examples and repeated himself multiple times, he used examples that had different subjects. I think it is very good that he used different examples, because Coyle can try and connect to the readers. Coyle used examples of tennis and later in the book he used an example of people playing the piano. Coyle tried to appeal to use with trying to use different subjects as examples. Coyle talked about singing and the master of coaching and tried to connect with people who enjoy singing. He attempted to connect with readers by using different subjects, but I still do not think he did a very good job with that. "Power is the most persuasive rhetoric" ( Friedrich Schiller). Daniel Coyle failed to pursue readers to believe in his book The Talent Code. He tried to use all the rhetorical devices during this book by giving many real life examples, repeating himself, and trying to appeal to readers using different topics. Coyle could have done a better job appealing to the readers, but he
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