November 30, 2017

JMS232: The Secret to Writing Persuasive Bios in Aristotle’s Theory of Communication

What exactly should you write in your bios and overviews, resumes, etc… to convince potential clients or employers that you are a developer worth hiring? That’s a question that probably troubles a lot of developers.

You, perhaps?

Fortunately, there’s nothing new under the sun. People have been studying kind of thing for millenia and the answers are there to be had. Today, I’m going to take you inside Aristotle’s Model of Communcation… the earliest such model ever created and one used by people like Alexander the Great to start wars, motivate armies, rally the populace and more… so, I think we might be able to pick up a few clients with it.

Anyway, all that in this episode. Give it a listen:


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2 Comments on “JMS232: The Secret to Writing Persuasive Bios in Aristotle’s Theory of Communication

December 4, 2017 at 12:02 am

Hi John,
This is an excellent start. It would be good if you can follow up on this using a bio and resume example

John Morris
December 4, 2017 at 8:58 am

Well, let me make a blatant plug for this: because that’s exactly what it does. But, I’ll see about doing something on the podcast.


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