Think Like a Negotiator™ Tips

January 4, 2015

Negotiation Tip

Negotiation Tip: Find out what your clients needs are in order to speak their language.  Some care about saving time, some care about saving money, some care about feeling secure. […]
September 26, 2014

Leave Emotion Out – Negotiate Around Emotional Triggers

Leave Emotion Out – Negotiate Around Emotional Triggers. Sounds simple enough to negotiate while leaving emotion our right? It sounds like something we can do in principle, until you are […]
September 14, 2014

Not Looking the Part Will Distort Trust Limit Ability to Negotiate

Look the part to build rapport and trust. What does it mean exactly to “look the part” in your business? Will it help you effectiveness when you negotiate? Looking the […]
September 7, 2014

Will Hate Driven Negotiation Work as a Strategy?

Will a hate driven style of negotiation work as a strategy to produce win-win results? 911 – no one will ever forget that day in history. This week is the […]
September 2, 2014

Is Non Negotiable Fair and Reasonable?

What happens when you receive a contract for a potential business deal and the person giving you the contract says the terms are non negotiable? There are many ways to […]
August 4, 2014

The Citadel and The Band Journey on How To Prepare to Negotiate

The Citadel Military College and the rock band Journey offer great lessons for advance preparation for how to negotiate. Read more to find out why. One of the 50 ways to […]
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 […]
July 12, 2014

Ask Powerful Questions

Asking powerful questions is a strategy that will keep you in the power position during a negotiation. Knowing the right questions to ask prior to the negotiation is part of […]
June 22, 2014

Ambiguity is the Death of all Contracts/Agreements

Have you ever signed a contract or agreement only to realize later those terms weren’t quite clear enough? The lack of clarity likely caused problems with completion of the contract […]