Nagotiation Tactics: How To Make Or Save A Fortune Using Street-Smart Negotiation Tactics Premium class

Carl Morris, Who Dares to Teach, Must Never Cease to Learn

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3 Videos (26m)
    • The Win Win Concept

    • Knowing Your Goals and Objectives

    • Top Tactics for Negotiation


About This Class

These videos reveal little-known methods you can apply starting today so you can save more on expenses, get more deals, and make more money in the grand scheme of things. A penny saved is a penny earned!

Here's What You Will Learn:

Module 01: The Win-Win Concept

One quick rule in negotiating is to also think about the other party. No one likes to get undercut or get the short end of the deal, so don’t be the first to do that to others. While you want to get a better deal whether its save more or make more, make sure the other party also sees it as a win-win deal. This skill is important no matter what business you are in, and this is what this entire module is about: how to go into the win-win equilibrium!

Module 02: Knowing Your Goals & Objectives

I walk with you on the process of setting goals and secondary objectives before and when in a negotiation. Be clear about what you want from the deal before walking into one. If you are not clear or don’t know what to expect, chances are you will get controlled by the other party in the deal!

Module 03: Top Tactics for Negotiation

Want to save more money and keep expenses under your budget? Want to get more value for money? Want to make even more money? This is the main meat: discover over 8 top tactics for ultimate negotiation!

Why You Should Take This Course Today:

First, here's what it will cost you if you DON'T watch this course:

  • You will wind up with a lot of bad deals or deals that would have cost you far less (only if you know how to negotiate your way!)
  • You will wind up paying RETAIL (uh-oh, that's a 'dirty word' for street-smart entrepreneurs!)
  • Even if you are good at making money, your profit margin will be a lot less than its true potential!





Carl Morris

Who Dares to Teach, Must Never Cease to Learn