Monthly Archives: March 2011

Sales Negotiators Want To Know: Is Longer Really Better?

The goal of every sales negotiation is to reach a deal that is agreeable to both sides. The question is just how much time should you take in order to get there? The classic question that all sales negotiators are always trying to answer is if it is better to […]

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Sales Negotiators Know The True Power Of Picking The Right Time To Negotiate

Professional sales negotiators know that time plays a role in every sales negotiation. In this case we’re not talking about how much time a given negotiation takes, but rather when you start a negotiation and just exactly what that is going to lead to… Why Time Matters So what’s the […]

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What Sales Negotiators Can Learn From A Football Strike (Maybe)

In the U.S., there is the very real possibility that the national sport, American football, will not start its season on time because all of the players will be out on strike. What’s amazing is that the National Football League (NFL) and the players are currently more successful than they’ve […]

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Sales Negotiators Need To Be Good Pressure Thinkers

Let’s face it: a sales negotiation is a high-pressure situation. With all that is expected of you, thinking clearly can be a challenge even for the best of us. That’s why the best sales negotiators have developed a whole series of techniques that allow them the time that they need […]

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