There are certain simple steps that you need to follow, if you wish to get Australians to say yes to any given agenda. If you follow these steps to the letter, you will have an easy time getting the Australians to say yes to the agenda you have in mind – whatever it is. Conversely, if you fail to follow the steps I am just about to outline to the letter, you are likely to face a lot of resistance. You may actually end up in a situation where the people simply say no to the agenda you have: even if it is an agenda that is otherwise beneficial to them. I witnessed such phenomenon several years ago in Florida, USA: where there were some folks who were against the setting up of the SunbizFlorida website. This was in spite of the fact that the website (which was eventually established at Sunbiz.org) was meant to make things easier for them.
To get Australians to say yes to any given agenda, you have to start by getting the opinion leaders to buy into the agenda. Then you need to introduce the agenda to the masses in the right way: by simplifying it, and showing them how it is likely to be beneficial to them (as individuals). You need to be ready for resistance: even if what you are trying to introduce is something as beneficial as an Australian banking tribunal. When you encounter such resistance, as you are bound to, you need to deal with it in the right manner. The key to success in that regard is to ensure that you don’t become hostile to the people who are resisting the agenda you are trying to introduce. On the contrary, you need to present cogent arguments, to win over the minds of the masses. In other words, you need to focus on the ideas that are presented in opposition to the agenda you are trying to push. Fight the idea, don’t fight the people presenting the ideas. If you follow these steps, you will have an easier time getting Australians to say yes to the agenda you have in mind.