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Start feeling in control when negotiating personal and professional arguments.

Getting to Yes reveals a spectacular method about how to bend the debate to your will but also doing so without losing emotional control. In an argument, getting angry can really harm your point and make you communicate your ideas in a wrong way. The objective of this audiobook is to teach you how to be in full control of yourself and the discussion.

Note: This summary is wholly written and published by readtrepreneur.com. It is not affiliated with the original author in any way.

"The ability to see the situation as the other side sees it, as difficult as it may be, is one of the most important skills a negotiator can possess." (Roger Fisher)

When in the middle of a negotiation, do you focus on position instead of interests? If you don’t, then you are doing it wrong! But don’t worry; in Getting to Yes, you will learn everything you need to do about the art of negotiation. After you are done, you’ll be able to separate the people from the problem, work together to create opinions that will satisfy both parties, and be able to succeed in negotiations with people who are more powerful or don’t play by the rules.

Roger Fisher stresses how straightforward and universally applicable is his negotiation method. So, no matter where and what you are doing, you’ll be able to take your negotiation skills to a whole new level.

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eager to learn

And because negotiating happens in every aspect of our life, wouldn’t it be great to be good in it? I admire the recommendations I’ve listened to in this book like separating the people from the problem itself and they’re explained thoroughly. I must say that I’m almost guilty with these things, so I’m eager to learn from this book.

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What a healthy discussion

There are many effects of unhealthy negotiations like strained relationships and this is something I’m usually afraid of. I’ve heard about the soft bargaining although at first, I have no idea if it’s worth it. Good thing this book has discussed the cons and pros.

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for a fair and wise negotiation.

lots of functional lessons especially the 3 criteria shared by the author of this piece are interesting to facilitate wise and fair negotiation.

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Learn the best methods

Be it a simple or a complex negotiation, you will learn the best methods to deal with them and succeed at the bargaining table in this highly accurate summary of Readtrepreneur publishing. The dos and don’ts in settling differences and the principles surrounding negotiation are written well.

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with realistic tips

This audiobook makes sense. The scenarios cited is happening in real life, so I don’t have much difficulty in relating with it.