Dear Early to Rise reader,
Imagine walking into a room where a very important business deal is about to take place. This deal could make or break your business. Or having an important talk with a family member – one in which you really need to convince the other person of something. Imagine that the other party was hesitant and critical of your proposal. What do you do? That depends on whether you understand certain secrets… secrets that explain why in any given “negotiation” one person gets what he wants and someone else doesn’t.
Everyday in dozens of ways (some small, some big) we are required to negotiate. Sometimes the stakes are small – What flavor ice cream? Sometimes they are big – Who gets the 30% raise? Who gets the kids? In today’s competitive world knowing how to negotiate is not an option. It is a mandatory skill. Learn the secrets of power negotiating and your life will improve, immediately and dramatically. You’ll never fear a confrontation because you’ll always get out of it what you want.
I’d like to introduce you to a wonderful new product that can teach you to:
*Analyze and adjust to the personality type of the person or people with whom you’re dealing.
* Decipher your opponent’s body language and conversational cues
* Predict responses to your negotiating maneuvers
* Recognize the elements that always affect the outcome of negotiations
* Using information to increase your power dramatically
* Negotiate price reductions or extra perks on just about anything
* Use deal-closing tactics like walking away or playing dumb
* These are the little-known techniques and strategies you will get from
* The Secrets of Power Negotiating by Roger Dawson.
For every scenario there is a favorable tactic and a full set of counter-tactics. You’ll learn expert tactics of negotiating, such as:
Nibbling (audio clip) – Since directly after the initial agreement the opposition is most vulnerable, some things are more easily achieved later in a negotiation; introducing a demand early may mean it will be bargained out or traded-off.
Hot Potato (audio clip) – Someone wants to pass their problem to you. Higher Authority – Always have an unidentified entity behind you that had the authority to make a decision. Set-Aside Gambit – Put an issue on hold, find agreement on little issues to create momentum, then return to any major impasse issues.
Mediator – Bring in a third party to mediate, someone who must be perceived as neutral. The Secrets of Power Negotiating can help you lead your business and your life to new levels of success. I highly recommend that you at least see how you could benefit from having the power in your negotiations.
P.S. Order the Secrets of Power Negotiating by Roger Dawson today and receive 20% OFF the retail price. There is a 100% satisfaction guarantee.[Ed. Note. Mark Morgan Ford was the creator of Early To Rise. In 2011, Mark retired from ETR and now writes the Palm Beach Letter. His advice, in our opinion, continues to get better and better with every essay, particularly in the controversial ones we have shared today. We encourage you to read everything you can that has been written by Mark.]