Negotiate Anything

Nov 20 2020 27 mins 497

Negotiate Anything is the #1 negotiation podcast in the world. The show has over 1,500,000 downloads, hundreds of 5-star reviews, and listeners in over 180 different countries.  The best things in life are on the other side of difficult conversations. We help to make these difficult conversations easier by sharing the skills and mindset you need to lead, persuade, and resolve conflicts. Negotiation isn't just a skill, it's a life philosophy. Changing your mindset in this way will help you to find creative ways to use negotiation to improve your quality of life and build stronger relationships both at work and at home. This show will help you to find confidence in conflict and negotiate anything! Produced by the American Negotiation Institute About the host: Bestselling author and speaker Kwame Christian is the Director of the American Negotiation Institute and a subject matter expert in the field of negotiation and conflict resolution. Kwame has conducted workshops throughout North America and abroad, and is a highly sought after national keynote speaker. In addition to his role at ANI, Kwame is a business lawyer at Carlile Patchen & Murphy LLP. Kwame represents businesses in a broad scope of legal needs including contract negotiation, business formation and structuring, finance, transactions (including acquisitions and contract preparation and analysis), employment, and general business and legal counseling. Kwame’s TEDx Dayton talk, Finding Confidence in Conflict, was the most popular TEDx Talk on the topic of conflict in 2017, and has been viewed over 150,000 times. His book, Finding Confidence in Conflict: How to Negotiate Anything and Live Your Best Life, is an Amazon Best-Seller and has helped countless individuals overcome the fear, anxiety, and emotion often associated with difficult conversations through a branded framework called Compassionate Curiosity. As an attorney and mediator with a Bachelors of Arts in Psychology, a Master of Public Policy, and a Juris Doctorate (Law Degree), Kwame brings a unique multidisciplinary approach to making difficult conversations easier. He also serves as a professor for Otterbein University’s MBA program, as well as The Ohio State University’s Moritz College of Law in the top-ranked dispute resolution program in the country.



























































Internship Opportunity at the American Negotiation Institute
Apr 15 2020 4 mins  
Link to ApplicationLink to YouTube PageInternship Description: The best things in life are on the other side of difficult conversations. It is our mission to help as many people as possible to learn the keys to negotiation and conflict resolution because we believe that this will put them in the best position to live the best version of their lives. This internship will help us to proliferate our message.Our goal is to reach more people around the globe and you will play a critical role in accomplishing this.Additionally, as part of our team at the American Negotiation Institute, you will be afforded a number of benefits:Training of the highest level from our online course and official certification from the American Negotiation Institute. This will make future employers aware of your unique skill set.Mentorship and guidance from our staff which will help you to develop personally and professionally.College credit for your internship (it is your responsibility to handle the paperwork to make sure you receive credit from your school). Although the internship is unpaid, we are invested in your success and will make this a worthwhile experience for you. Your responsibilities will include helping to create content that will be distributed for free, to people around the world.We don’t want to understate the impact that your work will have on the lives of others.We receive emails and messages from people all around the world every day thanking us because the free content we’ve produced has changed their lives. We’ve included screenshots of those messages below so you can get an understanding of the impact that your work will have.This isn’t just an internship, this isn’t just a company — the work that we do changes lives.It isn’t easy, but it’s worth it. Will you join us?If the answer is yes, here are your next steps. Send an email to [email protected] with the following information:ResumeCover letter explaining why you want to join the team and how you will contribute to our mission.The contact information of one reference.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.





Ask With Confidence! Have You Heard Our New Show?
Mar 30 2020 38 mins  
I loved this episode of the American Negotiation Institute's newest show, Ask With Confidence hosted by Katherine Knapke, and I wanted to share it with you. Request a Custom Workshop For Your CompanyDownload Your Negotiation Preparation Guide Connect With Katherine on LinkedInLearn More About SaraBook: Women Don't AskBook: Ask For ItA leading authority on the challenges that shape women’s lives and careers, Sara Laschever is the co-author, with Linda Babcock, of the groundbreaking books Women Don’t Ask: The High Cost of Avoiding Negotiation—and Positive Strategies for Change and Ask for It! How Women Can Use the Power of Negotiation to Get What They Really Want. She has written extensively about women in business, women in literature and the arts, women in academia, and women in the sciences. Her work has been published by The New York Times, The Harvard Business Review, The Guardian, The New York Review of Books, Vogue, Glamour, and many other publications. Sara worked as a research associate and principal interviewer for Project Access, a landmark Harvard University study that explored impediments to women’s careers in science, and is a founding faculty member of the Carnegie Mellon Leadership and Negotiation Academy for Women. She also served as Senior Fellow at the Center for Work-Life Policy (now the Center for Talent Innovation) and as academic coordinator for the Inaugural WIN Summit, a national conference focused on helping women learn to negotiate.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.







Finding Confidence in Conflict (Complimentary Course Sample)
Feb 18 2020 14 mins  
A special gift just for you! This episode is a sample of our Negotiate Anything: Finding Confidence in Conflict Online Course. Register HereHave you ever avoided having a difficult conversation because of fear or anxiety?Have you ever found yourself failing to say what needed to be said in the moment?Do you struggle to persuade, influence, and manage conflict at work or in your business?“The best things in life are on the other side of difficult conversations.”In order to live our best lives, we need to negotiate to get what we deserve.But here’s a secret: when it comes to effective negotiation and conflict resolution, knowing what to do is only half the battle. This is nothing without the confidence to execute. That’s where the Negotiate Anything: Finding Confidence in Conflict online course comes into play. This isn’t just a negotiation course, it’s a confidence course.We’ve created this popular and highly rated 8-week course using our experience teaching at the law school and MBA level course and after years of surveying thousands of our podcast listeners and workshop participants throughout the world. This allowed us to create an incredibly powerful program that speaks directly to your biggest concerns.After you finish this course you will know what to say, when to say it, and how to say it for maximum persuasion. Most importantly, you will have the confidence you need to take action when the time is right.In other words, you’ll have the skills and confidence you need to get what you deserve at work or in your business. This will help you to become the leader and negotiator you always dreamed you could be.What Do You Get?Stronger negotiation skills and the confidence to use them when it matters most.Powerful new negotiation strategies and tactics fueled by cutting edge psychological research and vivid case studies.A certificate from the American Negotiation Institute to validate yourself as a skilled and experienced negotiator and leader. Course SyllabusLength: 8-WeeksLessons:Developing a Confident MindsetThe American Negotiation Institute Negotiation SystemCreating a Powerful Personalized Negotiation StyleAdvanced Persuasive StrategiesConflict Resolution and Hostile NegotiationsAdvanced Communication StrategiesHow to Prepare for SuccessConversational Analysis: 5 Recorded Negotiations with Breakdowns (Just like the sparring sessions on the Negotiate Anything Podcast)  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
































How to Win Tough Negotiations with Matthias Schranner, CEO of The Schranner Negotiation Institute
Aug 19 2019 29 mins  
In this episode we cover the benefit of creating deadlocks, why win-win doesn't work in tough negotiations, what you should do instead of arguing, how to use the FBI model of negotiation, and much more. Request a Custom Workshop For Your Company More About Matthias and The Schranner Negotiation Institute Learn More About the N-Conference in New YorkDownload Your Negotiation Preparation GuideMore about Matthias: Negotiation expert Matthias Schranner was originally trained by the police and the FBI as a lead negotiator for high-stakes situations. For the past 15 years, he and his team at the Schranner Negotiation Institute have been advising clients including the UN, global corporations and political parties in difficult negotiations.He teaches the executive seminar series Negotiations on the Edge and is the author of books such as The Negotiator, Negotiations on the Edge and Costly Mistakes as well as numerous articles and other publications.Matthias Schranner advises business and government leaders in over 40 countries, including the US, China, Russia and Japan. His proprietary Negotiation Scorecard® is used by numerous Fortune 500 companies worldwide to succeed in difficult negotiations.Matthias Schranner serves as adjunct Professor for negotiations at the St. Gallen University in Switzerland and is the president of SNI LLC New York.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.




PRACTICE SESSION- How to Manage Egos and Difficult Emotions with Derek Gaunt
Aug 01 2019 11 mins  
In last week's episode, Derek showed us how to manage egos and problematic emotions while being assertive in negotiations. Now, we're putting his skills to the test in this realistic Negotiate Anything practice session. He plays the role of a manager who's dealing with an angry team direct report. Request a Custom Workshop For Your CompanyConnect with DerekBuy Ego, Authority, Failure: Using Emotional Intelligence Like a Hostage Negotiator to Succeed as a LeaderDownload Your Negotiation Preparation GuideKeywords: negotiation, negotiate, persuasion, influence, leadership, psychology, sales, compassionate curiosity, mindful, mindfulness, emotions, self awareness, emotional intelligence, career, interviews, informational interviews, job search, job readiness, networking, discounts, conflict, difficult people, psychology, emotion, emotions, argue, argument, debate, negotiation, negotiate, influence, persuasion, leadership, parenting, psychology, sociology, social dynamics, entrepreneurship, small business, salary, sales, law, lawyer, law school, mba, human resources, HR, talent management, talent development, nonprofit management, training and development, talent management, human resources management, talent management, human resources development, instructional design, human factors, and knowledge management, benchmarking, threats, leverage, power, kwame christian, negotiation expert, communication expert, conflict resolution expert, keynote speaker, diversity training, conflict training, continuing legal education, "CLE", chris voss, salary negotiation, getting to yes, never split the difference, critical conversations, crucial conversations, supply chain, procurement, sales, buyers, buying, procure, IT Procurement, supply chain, contract management, contract, negotiate, sell, buyer, buy, purchase, purchasing, business negotiation, never split the difference, getting to yes, collaboration, negotiation genius, art of the deal, real estate negotiation, financial planner, financial planning, CPA, CLE, CE, supply management, implicit bias, diversity and inclusion, minority, conflict management  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

How to Persuade as a Leader or Manager with Dave Stachowiak EdD, M.A.
Jul 29 2019 35 mins  
In this episode Dave shares three tips for how leaders can be more persuasive.  Request a Custom Workshop For Your Company  Daves Website Dave’s Top Ranked Podcast- Coaching for Leaders Download Your Negotiation Preparation Guide Keywords: negotiation, negotiate, persuasion, influence, leadership, psychology, sales, compassionate curiosity, mindful, mindfulness, emotions, self awareness, emotional intelligence, career, interviews, informational interviews, job search, job readiness, networking, discounts, conflict, difficult people, psychology, emotion, emotions, argue, argument, debate, negotiation, negotiate, influence, persuasion, leadership, parenting, psychology, sociology, social dynamics, entrepreneurship, small business, salary, sales, law, lawyer, law school, mba, human resources, HR, talent management, talent development, nonprofit management, training and development, talent management, human resources management, talent management, Coaching for leaders, Dave Schachowiak, human resources development, instructional design, human factors, and knowledge management, benchmarking, threats, leverage, power, kwame christian, negotiation expert, communication expert, conflict resolution expert, keynote speaker, diversity training, conflict training, continuing legal education, "CLE", chris voss, salary negotiation, getting to yes, never split the difference, critical conversations, crucial conversations, supply chain, procurement, sales, buyers, buying, procure, IT Procurement, supply chain, contract management, contract, negotiate, sell, buyer, buy, purchase, purchasing, business negotiation, never split the difference, getting to yes, collaboration, negotiation genius, art of the deal, real estate negotiation, financial planner, financial planning, CPA, CLE, CE, supply management, implicit bias, diversity and inclusion, minority, conflict management  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

How to Manage Egos and Difficult Emotions with Derek Gaunt
Jul 22 2019 31 mins  
Derek shows us how to manage egos and problematic emotions while being assertive in negotiations. Request a Custom Workshop For Your CompanyConnect with DerekBuy Ego, Authority, Failure: Using Emotional Intelligence Like a Hostage Negotiator to Succeed as a LeaderDownload Your Negotiation Preparation GuideKeywords: negotiation, negotiate, persuasion, influence, leadership, psychology, sales, compassionate curiosity, mindful, mindfulness, emotions, self awareness, emotional intelligence, career, interviews, informational interviews, job search, job readiness, networking, discounts, conflict, difficult people, psychology, emotion, emotions, argue, argument, debate, negotiation, negotiate, influence, persuasion, leadership, parenting, psychology, sociology, social dynamics, entrepreneurship, small business, salary, sales, law, lawyer, law school, mba, human resources, HR, talent management, talent development, nonprofit management, training and development, talent management, human resources management, talent management, human resources development, instructional design, human factors, and knowledge management, benchmarking, threats, leverage, power, kwame christian, negotiation expert, communication expert, conflict resolution expert, keynote speaker, diversity training, conflict training, continuing legal education, "CLE", chris voss, salary negotiation, getting to yes, never split the difference, critical conversations, crucial conversations, supply chain, procurement, sales, buyers, buying, procure, IT Procurement, supply chain, contract management, contract, negotiate, sell, buyer, buy, purchase, purchasing, business negotiation, never split the difference, getting to yes, collaboration, negotiation genius, art of the deal, real estate negotiation, financial planner, financial planning, CPA, CLE, CE, supply management, implicit bias, diversity and inclusion, minority, conflict management  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

PRACTICE SESSION- How to Negotiate with Lives on the Line with Shane Ray Martin
Jul 19 2019 11 mins  
Practice Session- Suicide Hotline NegotiationIn the previous episode, Shane shared three powerful persuasive techniques from the suicide hotline that we can use in our difficult conversations at home and at work. In this episode, we put his skills to the test in our practice session. Request a Custom Workshop For Your CompanyShane's WebsiteDownload Your Negotiation Preparation GuideKeywords: negotiation, negotiate, persuasion, influence, leadership, psychology, sales, compassionate curiosity, mindful, mindfulness, emotions, self awareness, emotional intelligence, career, interviews, informational interviews, job search, job readiness, networking, discounts, conflict, difficult people, psychology, emotion, emotions, argue, argument, debate, negotiation, negotiate, influence, persuasion, leadership, parenting, psychology, sociology, social dynamics, entrepreneurship, small business, salary, sales, law, lawyer, law school, mba, human resources, HR, talent management, talent development, nonprofit management, training and development, talent management, human resources management, talent management, human resources development, instructional design, human factors, and knowledge management, benchmarking, threats, leverage, power, kwame christian, negotiation expert, communication expert, conflict resolution expert, keynote speaker, diversity training, conflict training, continuing legal education, "CLE", chris voss, salary negotiation, getting to yes, never split the difference, critical conversations, crucial conversations, supply chain, procurement, sales, buyers, buying, procure, IT Procurement, supply chain, contract management, contract, negotiate, sell, buyer, buy, purchase, purchasing, business negotiation, Chris Voss, Never split the difference, getting to yes, collaboration, negotiation genius, art of the deal, real estate negotiation, financial planner, financial planning, CPA, CLE, CE, supply management, implicit bias, diversity and inclusion, minority, conflict management  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

How to Negotiate with Lives on the Line with Shane Ray Martin
Jul 15 2019 24 mins  
Shane shares three powerful persuasive techniques from the suicide hotline that we can use in our difficult conversations at home and at work. Request a Custom Workshop For Your CompanyShane's WebsiteDownload Your Negotiation Preparation GuideKeywords: negotiation, negotiate, persuasion, influence, leadership, psychology, sales, compassionate curiosity, mindful, mindfulness, emotions, self awareness, emotional intelligence, career, interviews, informational interviews, job search, job readiness, networking, discounts, conflict, difficult people, psychology, emotion, emotions, argue, argument, debate, negotiation, negotiate, influence, persuasion, leadership, parenting, psychology, sociology, social dynamics, entrepreneurship, small business, salary, sales, law, lawyer, law school, mba, human resources, HR, talent management, talent development, nonprofit management, training and development, talent management, human resources management, talent management, human resources development, instructional design, human factors, and knowledge management, benchmarking, threats, leverage, power, kwame christian, negotiation expert, communication expert, conflict resolution expert, keynote speaker, diversity training, conflict training, continuing legal education, "CLE", chris voss, salary negotiation, getting to yes, never split the difference, critical conversations, crucial conversations, supply chain, procurement, sales, buyers, buying, procure, IT Procurement, supply chain, contract management, contract, negotiate, sell, buyer, buy, purchase, purchasing, business negotiation, Chris Voss, Never split the difference, getting to yes, collaboration, negotiation genius, art of the deal, real estate negotiation, financial planner, financial planning, CPA, CLE, CE, supply management, implicit bias, diversity and inclusion, minority, conflict management  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

How Implicit Bias Impacts Conflict and What You Can Do About It with Daphne Jordan, CFP and Cameo Roberson, AAMS
Jul 08 2019 35 mins  
Daphne and Cameo host the show and ask me questions about how all of us can manage our biases and the biases of others in difficult conversations. Request a Custom Workshop For Your CompanyCameo's WebsiteDaphne's WebsiteDownload Your Negotiation Preparation GuideKeywords: negotiation, negotiate, persuasion, influence, leadership, psychology, sales, compassionate curiosity, mindful, mindfulness, emotions, self awareness, emotional intelligence, career, interviews, informational interviews, job search, job readiness, networking, discounts, conflict, difficult people, psychology, emotion, emotions, argue, argument, debate, negotiation, negotiate, influence, persuasion, leadership, parenting, psychology, sociology, social dynamics, entrepreneurship, small business, salary, sales, law, lawyer, law school, mba, human resources, HR, talent management, talent development, nonprofit management, training and development, talent management, human resources management, talent management, human resources development, instructional design, human factors, and knowledge management, benchmarking, threats, leverage, power, kwame christian, negotiation expert, communication expert, conflict resolution expert, keynote speaker, diversity training, conflict training, continuing legal education, "CLE", chris voss, salary negotiation, getting to yes, never split the difference, critical conversations, crucial conversations, supply chain, procurement, sales, buyers, buying, procure, IT Procurement, supply chain, contract management, contract, negotiate, sell, buyer, buy, purchase, purchasing, business negotiation, Chris Voss, Never split the difference, getting to yes, collaboration, negotiation genius, art of the deal, real estate negotiation, financial planner, financial planning, CPA, CLE, CE, supply management, implicit bias, diversity and inclusion, minority, conflict management  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Negotiating While Young with Lee Caraher, Author and CEO of Double Forte
Jul 01 2019 22 mins  
Lee shares how young leaders can persuade in the workplace. Request a Custom Workshop For Your CompanyLee's WebsiteDownload Your Negotiation Preparation GuideBio: Lee Caraher is the founder and CEO of Double Forte, a national public relations and digital media agency, based in San Francisco, that works with beloved consumer, technology, and wine brands. Lee is a highly sought after communications expert known for her business building acumen and insights.Lee is also an acclaimed author and speaker and a recognized expert on creating high performing, positive, inter-generational workplaces. Through her work, she shows companies and non-profit organizations how to embrace the qualities of different generations, reduce negative dynamics between people, and how to recognize the significant benefits of shifting the definition of loyalty from a long tenure of employment to a lifetime of allegiance regardless of employment status.Keywords: negotiation, negotiate, persuasion, influence, leadership, psychology, sales, compassionate curiosity, mindful, mindfulness, emotions, self awareness, emotional intelligence, career, interviews, informational interviews, job search, job readiness, networking, discounts, conflict, difficult people, psychology, emotion, emotions, argue, argument, debate, negotiation, negotiate, influence, persuasion, leadership, parenting, psychology, sociology, social dynamics, entrepreneurship, small business, salary, sales, law, lawyer, law school, mba, human resources, HR, talent management, talent development, nonprofit management, supply chain, procurement, sales, buyers, buying, procure, IT Procurement, supply chain, contract management, contract, negotiate, sell, buyer, buy, purchase, purchasing, business negotiation, Chris Voss, Never split the difference, getting to yes, collaboration, negotiation genius, art of the deal, real estate negotiation, financial planner, financial planning, CPA, CLE, CE, supply management,   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Mastering Contract Negotiations with Stephanie Scapa, CEO of WEYV
Jun 24 2019 22 mins  
In this episode, Stephanie shares some of her best tools for contract negotiations in the business world. Request a Custom Workshop For Your CompanyLearn More About WEYV (AND GET YOUR EXCLUSIVE GIFT FROM STEPHANIE)Download Your Negotiation Preparation GuideBIO: Stephanie Scapa is CEO and founder of WEYV, a platform that allows users to listen to music, read magazines, and soon, listen to podcasts – all in a single app experience. While competition is fierce with established brands like Spotify, Apple Music, and Amazon, Stephanie is on a mission to unite friends and family through shared access to all entertainment and quality content that binds them together. Keywords: negotiation, negotiate, persuasion, influence, leadership, psychology, sales, compassionate curiosity, mindful, mindfulness, emotions, self awareness, emotional intelligence, career, interviews, informational interviews, job search, job readiness, networking, discounts, conflict, difficult people, psychology, emotion, emotions, argue, argument, debate, negotiation, negotiate, influence, persuasion, leadership, parenting, psychology, sociology, social dynamics, entrepreneurship, small business, salary, sales, law, lawyer, law school, mba, human resources, HR, talent management, talent development, nonprofit management, supply chain, procurement, sales, buyers, buying, procure, IT Procurement, supply chain, contract management, contract, negotiate, sell, buyer, buy, purchase, purchasing, business negotiation, Chris Voss, Never split the difference, getting to yes, collaboration, negotiation genius, art of the deal, real estate negotiation, financial planner, financial planning, CPA, CLE, CE, supply management,   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


How to Prepare for Negotiations with Pete Mockaitis (Alternative Episode Name: How to Be Awesome at Your Negotiations)
Jun 17 2019 36 mins  
In this episode Pete shows us how to systematically prepare for your negotiations. Request a Custom Workshop For Your CompanyVisit Pete's WebsiteDownload Your Negotiation Preparation GuideBIO: Pete Mockaitis (Muh - KITE - iss) is an award-winning trainer who has served clients in over 50 countries. His work has enhanced Fortune 100 corporations, high-growth startups, and major nonprofits. He’s conducted one-on-one critical thinking coaching sessions for over 700 thinkers from every Ivy League university and numerous world-class organizations such as Apple, Goldman Sachs, Google, McKinsey & Company, and the United Nations. Keywords: negotiation, negotiate, persuasion, influence, leadership, psychology, sales, compassionate curiosity, mindful, mindfulness, emotions, self awareness, emotional intelligence, career, interviews, informational interviews, job search, job readiness, networking, discounts, conflict, difficult people, psychology, emotion, emotions, argue, argument, debate, negotiation, negotiate, influence, persuasion, leadership, parenting, psychology, sociology, social dynamics, entrepreneurship, small business, salary, sales, law, lawyer, law school, mba, human resources, HR, talent management, talent development, nonprofit management, supply chain, procurement, sales, buyers, buying, procure, IT Procurement, supply chain, contract management, contract, negotiate, sell, buyer, buy, purchase, purchasing, business negotiation, Chris Voss, Never split the difference, getting to yes, collaboration, negotiation genius, art of the deal, real estate negotiation, financial planner, financial planning, CPA, CLE, CE, supply management,   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

How to Persuade as a Financial Professional with Molly Grubb AIF®, CBEC®
Jun 10 2019 15 mins  
In this episode, Molly shows service professionals how she persuades her clients in the financial industry by addressing the emotions and the numbers at issue. Request a Custom Workshop For Your CompanyVist Molly's WebsiteMolly's LinkedInBIO: Molly Grubb is the president and founder of Grubb Wealth Management in Columbus, Ohio. She works with a select group of successful businesses that tend be owned by families who are approaching a liquidity event to help them make smart decisions with their money. Together with her strategic partners and staff, she helps affluent clients create a simple and elegant approach to addressing their five biggest concerns: preserving their wealth, mitigating taxes, taking care of their heirs, ensuring that their assets are not unjustly taken, and maximizing their impact for their philanthropic endeavors.Successful individuals and families work with Molly to:-Develop and implement a comprehensive wealth management plan to help them achieve all that is important to them.-Make smarter decisions in today’s uncertain political, economic and social environment.-Obtain an independent second opinion from a top advisor in their community.Molly is a widely recognized leader in the wealth management community. She is a member of NAWBO, ACG and is the founder & organizer of Chicks Gone Cycling. She’s also an avid cyclist, kayaker and enjoys running 5ks for charities. Most importantly, she loves anytime she can spend: cheering on her Buckeyes; with her family; with her dear cat Bentley and her family. Keywords: negotiation, negotiate, persuasion, influence, leadership, psychology, sales, compassionate curiosity, mindful, mindfulness, emotions, self awareness, emotional intelligence, career, interviews, informational interviews, job search, job readiness, networking, discounts, conflict, difficult people, psychology, emotion, emotions, argue, argument, debate, negotiation, negotiate, influence, persuasion, leadership, parenting, psychology, sociology, social dynamics, entrepreneurship, small business, salary, sales, law, lawyer, law school, mba, human resources, HR, talent management, talent development, nonprofit management, supply chain, procurement, sales, buyers, buying, procure, IT Procurement, supply chain, contract management, contract, negotiate, sell, buyer, buy, purchase, purchasing, business negotiation, Chris Voss, Never split the difference, getting to yes, collaboration, negotiation genius, art of the deal, real estate negotiation, financial planner, financial planning, CPA, CLE, CE, supply management,   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.









Sparring Session 13 with Brandon Bruce
Feb 25 2019 19 mins  
In this episode, I play the role of a hard nosed attorney who uses positional bargaining to try to bully Brandon into a bad contract. Brandon does a great job of pushing back respectfully and generating creative solutions. This sparring session complements our previous episode with Brandon Bruce, the Co-Founder and COO of Cirrus Insight. Important Links: Click here to learn more about the Negotiation Workshop. Click here to buy the book. Click here to download the ultimate negotiation guide. Click here to learn more about Cirrus Insight. Keywords: negotiation, negotiate, persuasion, influence, leadership, psychology, sales, compassionate curiosity, mindful, mindfulness, emotions, self awareness, emotional intelligence, career, interviews, informational interviews, job search, job readiness, networking, discounts, conflict, difficult people, psychology, emotion, emotions, argue, argument, debate, negotiation, negotiate, influence, persuasion, leadership, parenting, psychology, sociology, social dynamics, entrepreneurship, small business, salary, sales, law, lawyer, law school, mba, human resources, HR, talent management, talent development, nonprofit management, supply chain, procurement, sales, buyers, buying, procure, business negotiation, Chris Voss, Never split the difference, getting to yes, collaboration, negotiation genius, art of the deal, real estate negotiation  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.











































































































































How to Negotiate with Your Business Partner/Fiancee with John Delia and Richelle Thomas
May 10 2016 33 mins  
Learn how to manage a close friendship (in this case an engagement) with your business partner without jeopardizing the success of the business. You'll also get some great tips if you're interested in real estate investment. Check out these freebies: Partnership Guide Car Negotiation Guide Negotiation Style Guide List of Negotiable Business and Personal Expenses Here's a link to John and Richelle's website: http://lifelibertynproperty.com/ Connect with me on LinkedIn Hosted by Kwame Christian Esq., M.A. Keywords: Small business, negotiate, sales, selling, negotiation, mediation, mediate, law, business, entrepreneurship, entrepreneur, salary negotiation. You'll find this helpful if you're a fan of the following podcasts: Smart Passive Income (Pat Flynn), Entrepreneur on Fire (John Dumas), Eventual Millionaire (Jamie Tardy Masters), Social Media Marketing Made Easy (Amy Porterfield), The Human Experiment (Tim Ferriss), $100 MBA (Omar Zenhom), The School of Greatness (Lewis Howes), Startup (Gimlet), Shark Tank (ABC- Mark Cuban, Daymond John, Barbara Corcoran, Robert Herjavec, Kevin O'Leary, Lori Greiner), The Profit (CNBC Marcus Lemonis), Tony Robbins, Suze Orman, Robert Kiyosaki, Napoleon Hill, Getting to Yes, Donald Trump, Art of the Deal, Bargaining for Advantage.Keywords: negotiation, negotiate, persuasion, influence, leadership, psychology, sales, compassionate curiosity  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.






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