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    • 1.

      Persuasion Tactics in a Person-to-person Setting

      by Michael Lee - 2006-11-27
      Persuasion is easier to apply during a conversation between two people, as opposed to communicating in front of a group. This is because in a person-to-person setting, the opportunity to better unders...
    • 2.

      Speaker Negotiations: Offer a "Plain-Wrap" Version of Yourself, Too

      by Dr. Gary S. Goodman - 2006-12-02
      The other day I was approached by someone who wants a Webinar speaker, and I am an experienced one, in addition to being a conventional platform type.But he wanted to pay less than my prevailing rate ...
    • 3.

      What to Say When A Buyer Calls

      by Rich Jackim - 2006-12-04
      Every business owner is approached from time to time by would-be buyers who express interest in courting them for acquisition. The way you handle those early interactions can make a huge difference in...
    • 4.

      Six Significant Benefits I'm Getting From Article Marketing

      by Dr. Gary S. Goodman - 2006-12-05
      I've been corresponding with a writer with extensive experience, especially in Ezine publishing, and I want to share with you some of the thoughts I discussed with him regarding article marketing.I to...
    • 5.

      Quick Conflict Resolution Tricks: What Not To Do During A Quarrel

      by Joseph Plazo - 2006-12-07
      1. Avoid getting in a power struggle. There is a noteworthy relationship between power and authority. Several times, as power increases, influence decreases and vice versa. Famous sociologist Erik Eri...
    • 6.

      How to Say No and Still be Liked

      by Michael Lee - 2006-12-11
      We're all been in this situation. Somebody asks us to do him or her a favor and, though there are a gazillion other things we should do first, we find it difficult to turn the other person down becaus...
    • 7.

      Negotiate Like an Egyptian

      by John Bradley Jackson - 2006-12-12
      When in Egypt, you had better negotiate like an Egyptian. Be sure to leave your cowboy hat at home since the rules are very different in the Middle East.Egyptian culture has five thousand years of rec...
    • 8.

      Facing the Martial Art of Life

      by Dr. Gary S. Goodman - 2006-12-18
      Since I earned the rank of Shodan, 1st degree black belt in kenpo karate, I've been a busy guy.Not on the mat, mind you, but in my life, to which I immediately turned my attention after being promoted...
    • 9.

      With Teens, Make Sure to Distinguish Temporary from Permanent Understandings

      by Dr. Gary S. Goodman - 2006-12-18
      You tell the teenager in the most supportive words you can summon that he has no future unless he bucks up, and starts studying, a.s.a.p.He gets you, agrees wholeheartedly, and even starts to crack th...
    • 10.

      Elements Of Negotiation - The Price

      by Steve Gillman - 2006-12-22
      Not all negotiation involves money. You can use your negotiating skills to get the kids to clean the house, after all. Of course, most negotiation outside of the house will have a money element to it,...