Rhetorical Questions Add Emphasis

Instead of saying “You’ve put a lot of time into this project, spend a little more cash to get the best contractor,”  ask it as a rhetorical question:

“Given how much time you put into this project, don’t you think you should spend a little more cash for the best contractor?”

Way stronger.

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