Negotiate Your Way to Riches

  • by Peter Wink
  • Narrated by Peter Wink
  • 6 hrs and 15 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Unlike any negotiating book you've ever heard! If you buy or sell anything personally or professionally, this audiobook can make or save you a fortune!This complete guide to negotiating great deals gives you step-by-step instructions to get anything you want for personal or business use for a fraction of the asking price...or, better yet, no money at all! Peter Wink, a recognized master negotiator, will teach you:
How to develop the "negotiator's mindset"

How to negotiate the best price on every personal or business purchase

  • Thirty-six specialized negotiation tactics you can use immediately

    Ways to expose the other side's open and hidden agendas

    Five of the most unethical negotiation tactics that can be used against you

    Eleven tips for excellent communication during negotiations

    Eight common causes of conflict during negotiations and how to avoid them

    How to tell if the "other side" is bluffing

    Nine types of power you can use in any negotiation
    How to get people to trust you

    A seating arrangement that automatically gives you the advantage during negotiations

    How to use different types of discounts to your financial advantage

    How to predict the other side's next move by reading them like a childrenĀ¹s book

    Step-by-step instructions to negotiate for salaries, raises, benefits, and other perksAnd much more!

  • What the Critics Say

    "Arm yourself with this amazing audio book or prepare to be a victim of the person who did buy this audio book!" (Joe Vitale, author of There's a Customer Born Every Minute)


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    Customer Reviews

    Most Helpful

    VERY difficult to listen to, little new material

    This book is a complete waste of time and money. Not only is it not suited to audio format, but the authors style is dull, boring and repeditive. Many times he will make a pedantic point and then spend the next few minutes giving examples of it. E.g. There are many reasons a prospect will not call you back. He might be busy, have forgotten etc etc etc. This book could be half of its legnth and time if he didn't waste time going over trivial details.

    In short this book does not give much new information and is VERY difficult to sit through.
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    - Mr

    Book Details

    • Release Date: 06-18-2009
    • Publisher: Gildan Media, LLC