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Holly A. Schroth Nov 1
During , when you ask for too little, that is exactly what you get
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Daymond John Sep 29
Replying to @TheSharkDaymond
When negotiating, you have to go for what you want, but you also have to make sure to keep the other party in mind — what will make the deal sweet for them and how can we both win?
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Eve Glicksman Sep 2
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Erin Kennedy, CPRW, MCD, CERW, CMRW, CEMC 22 Dec 11
: At the end of your discussion, review and confirm every agreement BEFORE you sign anything.
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Trelevate 19 Jan 17
Drink coffee. The more caffeine you consume, the less likely you'll budge in an argument.
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Grant Cardone 14 Jun 13
Quick reminder 100% of nothing is nothing.
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Edmunds 17 Feb 16
: Make your opening offer about $1k below our True Market Value price & raise it by $500 increments as you negotiate
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Trelevate 11 Feb 17
Define the concessions you're willing to accept in advance.
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Jason Balewski 16 May 13
When the temperature is rising, it's important to keep your cooool
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Back to Blessed 10 May 11
RT : Women have a hard time asking for what they want. Whatever your rate was last year...multiply it by 3...
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Resume555 12 Jan 12
: Research salary ranges for your position before you enter negotiations for a pay increase. Be prepared!
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Holly A. Schroth Oct 28
“I am very enthusiastic about the company & position. We are close to an agreement. The salary is lower than my qualifications warrant.”
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Andrew Fogliato 18 Apr 13
Stop being adversarial and go for a Win-Win solution. The other party doesn’t have to “lose” for you to win.
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Neville Spiers 18 Jun 13
7 When you give a figure, phrase it so as not to invite further discussion, then change the subject.
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Holly A. Schroth Oct 31
Don’t from a position of , negotiate from a position of
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Resume555 10 Jan 12
: Don't rehash issues that have already been agreed on - focus your energy on unresolved issues.
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Peter Ramsden 10 Oct 11
Learn how to trade concessions and be a better negotiator.
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Dan Weis Feb 4
"Understand that often, the first offer you get on your home is going to be the best! While it may not be perfect...it may still need to be negotiated, but a buyer's motivation is often highest when a listing is brand new on the market!" _
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Erin Kennedy, CPRW, MCD, CERW, CMRW, CEMC 14 Nov 14
: Don't be greedy. Know the company's financial status and the industry range for salaries for your position before you ask
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Holly A. Schroth Nov 4
"I am enthusiastic about the company & position. I am surprised the base salary is lower than the market rate for similar jobs. What can we do about this?
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