Chapter 15. How to get what you want from an expert

Some of the most difficult arguments arise when dealing with an expert: a head teacher, banker or doctor, for example. Inevitably you feel that they have expertise you don’t and this puts you at a disadvantage. However, if they’re making a decision you feel is wrong it’s important to stand up for yourself. Arguing with a professional requires some specialist techniques.

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