You'll love this framework
Branded Chief # 33
Great content is hard to come up with.
But this framework makes it 10 times easier.
I call it "admit, oppose, propose" and this is how it works:
First, you admit a widely held belief or assumption.
This is a statement that most people agree with or accept as true.
Next, you oppose this belief or assumption.
By offering a fresh perspective, counterargument, or evidence that challenges the popular opinion.
Finally, you propose a unique solution, idea, or call to action that offers a new way of thinking or doing things.
Let me show you some examples.
Admit: It's challenging to get noticed on LinkedIn.
Oppose: But you don't have to constantly create content to get noticed.
Propose: Here's how to stand out by repurposing your content strategically:
Admit: Most of us think success comes from working long hours.
Oppose: But the truth is overworking is bad for your health and business.
Propose: Here's how to achieve success without sacrificing your health:
It works because it taps into storytelling and persuasive communication principles.
→ When you admit a popular belief,
you create a sense of familiarity and trust with your audience.
→ When you oppose this belief,
you introduce tension and conflict, which makes your content more interesting.
→ When you propose a solution,
you give your audience a clear direction and motivate them to take action.
Try the "admit, oppose, propose" framework to create engaging content that grabs attention, sparks interest, and drives action.
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