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Published: Feb 04 , 2019
Author: Brian Buck

Almost ⅓ of the population watched the Super Bowl. Did you see when Bill Belichick negotiated with the referee? Or when Julian Edelman negotiated with the safeties to get more yards? Or Sean McVay negotiating with Commissioner Goodell to give him the Lombardi trophy instead of Belichick? Of course not! Why? Because you can’t negotiate everything! When should you negotiate?

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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?

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Is Anchoring Important?

The other morning, I went for what seemed like my millionth pandemic walk, when I ran into my neighbor. We got to talking about our professions (well, probably more like loud talking, since we were at an exaggerated social distance). He runs a recovery clinic, and I run a negotiation consulting firm. As soon as he heard that I was a negotiator, he asked, “I’ve heard anchoring is the most important thing to do in a negotiation, right?” It got me thinking: Is that the most important thing in a negotiation?

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