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Published: Jan 21 , 2019
Author: Gaëtan Pellerin
I have done a lot of personal development over the last decade and, as such, I decided I should write a book to share what I’ve learned with the world. That was over two years ago. Every year I would set a New Year’s resolution to finish the book but, as with many New Year’s resolutions, I broke it. However, I realized that I was missing something when I made the resolution that I have since fixed. It was actually a lesson I learned from being a negotiator. Now I’m making tremendous progress on the book and am scheduled to finish it this year (finally!). Before I share what I fixed, does this situation sounds familiar to you?
Published: Jan 14 , 2019
Author: Brian Buck
Last week, President Trump and Democratic Leaders Schumer and Pelosi provided their persuasive arguments about the government shutdown and funding for a border wall. Did it convince you to change your position? Since the talks broke down the very next day and the government remains shutdown, suffice it say, the persuasion didn’t seem to change the other party’s views either. So what do you do when persuasion doesn’t work?
Published: Jan 07 , 2019
Author: Jill Campen
We all face the New Year with a variety of perspectives – simplify… clarify… amplify… save money… make more money… spend more time exercising… eat healthier… the list goes on and on. Negotiating with ourselves is a lifelong journey – it never goes away…but we can get better at it.