“Maybe” I remember hearing a few years ago a businessman saying he started moving his business forward much more successfully when he started treating every “maybe” as if it were a “no”.
This rule will make this an even better holiday season for you and everyone your words touch.
In a Q & A session I did for the internet based forum Quora: I answered the question “What’s the worst mistake you can make in salary negotiations?” with this answer: “Simply saying “yes” or “I accept” to an offer.
Master this way to say “no” that doesn’t kill your deals and instead leads to success.
The most dangerous negotiation is the one you don’t know you’re in. Last June, Taylor Swift wrote one of the most elegant confrontations in the history of individuals confronting multinational corporations. Ever. I was so blown away I had […]
James Donovan, played by Tom Hanks in Steven Spielberg’s “Bridge of Spies” goes to Berlin, Germany in 1961 to negotiate an exchange of “spies” between the US and the USSR. He was more successful than anything I ever did as […]
They’re selling. As soon as someone starts selling, you know their price is soft.