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“In Negotiation and Life Perception Drives Reality” – Negotiation Infographic Tip

  In negotiations and life, the way you think is based on your perception. That’s what really drives the perspective you have of your reality. So, how might you be better positioned to enhance your perception and thus make your perspective of reality work best for you? Engage with this negotiation infographic tip for insights. …

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“Don’t Undersell Yourself” – Sunday Negotiation Insight

  “Sunday Negotiation Insight”   “Don’t undersell yourself. In order to be whom you wish to become, you have to see your future self in the present you. From there, you can begin to create your future self, today.” –Greg Williams, The Master Negotiator & Body Language Expert     “Don’t Undersell Yourself”   Who …

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“How To Use Value Perception To Win More Negotiations”

        How do you use the perception of value to win negotiations? The way you do so will enhance or detract from your chances of winning the negotiation. First, in the planning stage of your negotiation, give consideration to how value will be recognized and perceived. Do this for yourself and per …

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“Heighten Awareness in Life and Negotiations – But you don’t know the whole story”

    “Sunday Negotiation Insight”     “Heighten Awareness in Life and Negotiations” But you don’t know the whole story   A little boy on an outing at the zoo with his mother fell into the gorilla moat. To save the little boy’s life, zoo officials shot the gorilla. They were bedazzled by indignant outrage …

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“Emotional Intelligence, Perception, Negotiation”

The way you think is partly due to the environments that you’ve been in and the level of influence those environments have had on you. So is true about the person with whom you negotiate. To be better aligned with his thought process and the meaning conveyed by the words he uses, understand the intent …

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“You, Your Best Life, Your Happy Place”

    “Sunday Negotiation Insight”   “You, Your Best Life, Your Happy Place”   What makes you happy, or to put it another way, what does it take for you to be in your happy place? When people are asked that question the response is usually infused with gushing adjectives that describe what they envision …

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“Can Lying Help You Win More Negotiations”

  . When asked if lying helps win negotiations, I say it depends on several factors. It depends on what is considered a lie and how such is perceived by the other negotiator. As an example, some negotiators don’t consider having told a lie if they omit information or they misquote it due to faulty memory; the latter …

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When Negotiating Consider the Value of the Deal – Negotiation Infographic

  During any negotiation, you should consider the value of the deal that you’re negotiating. From that, you can assess how important it is to commit your time to the outcome and to what degree your value proposition is aligned with the opposing negotiator. To the degree the outcome is “more trouble than it’s worth”, …

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“Cracked Mirrors Don’t Have To Reflect Flaws”

  “Sunday Negotiation Insight” . . “Cracked Mirrors Don’t Have To Reflect Flaws”   When is a flaw a benefit? Answer: When it’s used consistently to identify attempts to forge something that’s perfect. We’re all flawed to some degree. The question is, what perfect flaws do you possess and how can you use them to …

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“Good or Evil” – Your Mindset Gives it its Meaning

.   What word did you see first, good or evil? If you saw one word, did you see the other shortly thereafter, if at all? The way you look at life is the way you’ll engage in life. Thus, good and evil are perceptional directors that will also impact your life’s engagements. Where you …

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