Negotiating Balance

December 29, 2014

Why Did You Negotiate Yourself Out of Your Plans for 2015?

Resolutions, goal setting, reflection, etc. We negotiate these with ourselves at the end of the year. It’s that time of year when we take a look at 2014 and assess […]
July 13, 2014

Integrity First – 4 Areas to Keep Integrity First in Your Life

Integrity, it’s one of the buzz words of the day. We often hear we need to have integrity, but what does that really mean? Integrity means doing the right thing […]
April 22, 2014

The Road to Forgiveness Part 2 – Forgiving Yourself

To be a better negotiator, you must have confidence.  Confidence comes from experience.  Confidence also comes from your “inner game.”  If you don’t have the playbook to your inner game […]
April 7, 2014

The Road to Forgiveness Part 1 – Releasing Resentment

Thinking Like A Negotiator and negotiation isn’t just about dollars and cents or big contracts and multimillion dollar deals. Negotiation has an aspect in our personal lives.  In my original […]
October 27, 2013

New Website In The Works

We are still in transformation here at Think Like A Negotiator.  New website is in the works and will be ready to rock soon.  Hopefully if all goes well by […]
August 4, 2013

Please Excuse Our Dust While Under Transition

If you have been connected to me for awhile you may be wondering where the pink has gone to in my positioning.  Well, I’m here to say BLUE is the new […]
July 14, 2013

Feedback is the Breakfast of Champions

Feedback is the Breakfast of Champions So Why Do We Make a Change Based on One Persons Feedback? One of my mentors Clinton Swaine says that Feedback is the Breakfast […]
April 24, 2013

Negotiate A Happy Life

Mildred Lucy English – my mother as a young woman. My mother. I resented her for so many years from her disease of alcoholism. She died from it 39 years […]
April 19, 2013

Negotiating A Transition

Transition means movement, passage, or change from one position, state, stage, subject, concept, etc., to another. It is fluid although often times feels like movement has halted. I have gone […]