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Negotiation (The Brian Tracy Success Library) by Brian Tracy

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TWENTY

Negotiations Are Never Final

NEGOTIATION SHOULD be seen as an ongoing process. No negotiation is ever final. If you get new information that changes your perspective on the situation, go back and ask to reopen the negotiation.

We talked before about the “Chinese contract.” If you are negotiating with another party with whom you intend to negotiate again and again over the years, the happiness of the other party should be an important concern of yours. Invite the other party to come back to you if the situation changes and the party is no longer happy with what you have agreed upon.

Never feel trapped after you have signed an agreement after a negotiation. Always be willing to go back and ask people to change the terms and conditions. All ...

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