• Negotiate Smart

  • The Secrets of Successful Negotiation
  • By: Julian Fleisher
  • Narrated by: Julian Fleisher
  • Length: 1 hr and 50 mins
  • Original Recording
  • Release date: 12-07-01
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: The Princeton Review
  • 3.2 (43 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Does the idea of asking for more than you're offered make you squeamish? Well, it's time to face the fact that bargaining is a fundamental part of life, both personally and professionally. Negotiate Smart teaches the most useful techniques you need to get the most from a negotiation, whether it's for a raise, a used car, or the last cookie in the jar. This program covers:

How to plan a negotiating strategy
When to play hardball
When to make concessions
When to play dumb
When to stay quiet
When to walk away All the points are presented with The Princeton Review's well-known sense of humor and irreverence. Whether you're bargaining for a house or a hotel room, Negotiate Smart offers invaluable guidance in a lively, memorable way.
©1998 by Living Language, a Random House Company
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By Mark on 05-09-03

Not bad -- Had some good tips

Easy to listen to. A little simplistic at times but had a few good tips. Short and simple.

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By Kenneth on 06-14-10

Just didn't get it.

I found it pretty boring and lacking in substance. I kept waiting for some actual advice.

I also got "The Only Negotiating Guide You'll Ever Need" and found it to be very useful in negotiating and handling people at work.

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