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How To Use The Right of First Refusal To Create Better Deals

There are some negotiating situations that we can find ourselves in that are trickier than other. For example, if you were negotiating the lease of a warehouse for yourself but you though that someone else might come along in the future and offer to pay more than you to the […]

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During A Negotiation It’s All About The Bargain

What do you think the other side of the table is looking to get out of their negotiation with you? A lower price? More quantity? Better delivery dates? These may all be true, but deep down inside what the other side wants to walk away from the table after all […]

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Using Concessions To Get The Deal That You Want

When we enter a negotiation, all too often we are thinking about what we want to get no matter what negotiation styles or negotiating techniques are used. Perhaps what we really should be thinking about is what we are going to be willing to give. What we need to remember […]

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When Deadlocked, Try To Move From Little To Big (Or Big To Little)

As negotiators we all know what it feels like to run into a brick wall during the negotiation process. We may be involved in negotiations and it just feels like no matter what negotiation styles or negotiating techniques we use, we are getting nowhere fast. Every issue that we pick […]

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Sales Negotiators Know That A Good Bargain Can Close A Deal

When you are negotiating with the other side of the table, you want them to agree to your deal. In order to make this happen, you have to find a way to motivate them to “buy” what you are selling. One of the most powerful ways to make this happen […]

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