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Monthly Archives: August 2011

Why A Missing Person May Be A Negotiator’s Best Friend

Is it possible that a person who is not present at a negotiation could be the one person who controls how the negotiation turns out? The answer, somewhat surprisingly, turns out to be an unequivocal yes! If you want to make this negotiating technique work for you (and learn how […]

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Sales Negotiators Know The 6 Words That Let Them Fight The Law – And Win!

Talk about running into a brick wall! Sometimes when we are in the middle of a negotiation, especially with a state or federal official, we come face to face with a regulation that prevents us from getting what we want. Is it time to give up? Nope, you just need […]

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Negotiators Know The Power Of Not Making Up Your Mind

I hate to negotiate with people who don’t know how to negotiate. Knowing this you might think that I’m always expecting the other side to be on top of things, know what they want and have a plan on how they are going to get there. It turns out that […]

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Why It’s Ok For A Sales Negotiator To Be Wrong

When you become the best sales negotiator in the world you’ll be right all the time. However, since you’re not there yet, you should expect to be wrong – not all the time, but at least some of the time. There are a lot of different ways to handle this, […]

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