How To Get Your Way In Any Situation Without Being An A**hole. Does the thought of negotiating make your palms sweat and your knees wobble? Are you afraid of coming across as pushy or demanding by asking for something more? Have you often just accepted the first offer for fear of losing the deal? A lot of people avoid negotiations for these reasons and more. They are driven by the fear of being rejected, ridiculed, or ignored, so they choose not to do it at all. But negotiating is an incredibly useful skill that can be applied to nearly anything in your life--from getting a better price on your car to getting a higher salary, paying lower interest, or landing a huge account. By choosing not to negotiate, you are leaving money on the table. You are also losing the opportunity to get exactly what you want simply by asking. People come with different backgrounds, financial capacities, personalities, and requirements, just to name a few. Therefore, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that there’s no one-size-fits-all solution for most situations. The other party often doesn’t know exactly what you need or what would be best for you. Negotiating, however, will help you get there. If you are feeling unsure about the “how-to” part of negotiating, don’t worry. There are skills and tips that you can learn to become an effective negotiator. Master the Negotiation will guide you through the steps and strategies of negotiating like a pro. You will discover: How to strategically frame your questions to get your desired results The simple trick that top negotiators use to immediately gain the trust and confidence of their counterpart and start discussions off on the right foot The #1 thing to have in your back pocket in any negotiation that will give you the power to walk away When getting the other party to say “No” can actually lead you to a final “Yes” The negotiating strategy that 7 Habits of Highly Effective People author Stephen Covey recommends as an important mindset everyone should approach life with Why silence can be the best weapon in getting your way 7 tricky ways your brain can deceive you, and how to counter each of them to ensure you get the best possible outcome from your negotiation And much more. Negotiating is not about putting one over on someone else, nor is it about milking all you can at someone else’s expense. It is understanding that there may be better ways for both parties to get what they want, or even a more suitable outcome that no one initially thought of. Starting a negotiation opens up a discussion to explore and uncover each other’s needs, concerns, and values. It is a very human process that builds empathy, fuels conversations, and strengthens relationships. Negotiation can save you a lot of money and help you earn a lot of it, as well. You may even discover new and better deals that seem to have been made for your benefit. But you’ll never know unless you give it a try. Let go of the fear that’s holding you back from getting what you want, and start negotiating today. If you want to learn how to become a master negotiator and open up great opportunities in your personal, financial, and professional life, then scroll up and click the “Add to Cart” button right now.