training

February 10, 2014

Ask for Exactly What I Want

One of my mentors Clinton Swaine of Frontier Trainings takes that one step further which is “Ask 6 Times For Exactly What I Want.” It doesn’t necessarily have to be […]
February 7, 2014

Win-Win What Does That Really Mean?

Win Win, what does that really mean anyway?  My new book Think Like A Negotiator, 50 ways to create win-win results by understanding the pitfalls to avoid is all about […]
February 3, 2014

Feedback is the Breakfast of Champions

Feedback is the breakfast of champions.  This is a distinction that I learned from my  mentor Clinton Swaine of Frontier Trainings.  Often times we look at receiving feedback as criticism […]
January 29, 2014

Think Like A Negotiator Book Has Arrived!

It’s finally here!  The Think Like A Negotiator Book arrived yesterday.  If you got in on the pre-launch I will be sending it out within the next week.  There’s still […]
November 5, 2013

Live life with no regrets – Negotiation is not just about business deals

When I hold my training events or go to associations, organizations or corporations and do training events, sometimes people are surprised that I have an element of personal development inserted […]
October 29, 2013

Verify The Facts

One of the tips in my upcoming Think Like A Negotiator book is “Prepare In Advance.”  Part of the preparation includes another tip, which is “Verify the Facts.” When you […]
April 30, 2013

Negotiation Language – How You Say It Affects It

Negotiation is all about how we communicate and it’s one of the areas to consider when preparing for a negotiation. Language is so important. The words we use can often […]
April 14, 2013

Draw the Line

Many times discussions occur to resolve some sort of dispute. You may end up going back and forth on an issue to get it resolved and find that the other […]