(2.4) Communicating Liberty

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Remember the words of Frédéric Bastiat: “The worst thing that can happen to a good cause is, not to be skillfully attacked, but to be ineptly defended.” If you are going to successfully and persuasively convey the ideas to others, it is essential that you become an effective communicator yourself. Whether it’s a casual conversation with a fellow student about SFL, presenting to a large audience, or pitching a project to the director of an organization you hope to get funds from; the manner in which you give words to your thoughts, beliefs, and intentions, and how you both express and present yourself, is going to determine your success as a communicator.


By the end of this training, you will:

  • Recall the fundamental principles of liberty and the importance of effective communication in promoting these ideas.
  • Comprehend the power of storytelling as a persuasive tool to communicate ideas of liberty effectively.
  • Demonstrate the ability to craft an engaging elevator pitch to present ideas of liberty concisely and use a call to action.
  • Evaluate and compare different communication tools and procedures used by SFL for promoting liberty.
  • Assess your communication skills and identify areas for improvement to become a more effective communicator of liberty.


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