Selling your Business
Before getting down to brass tacks, it's crucial to find out who to invest your time in and who's 'just looking.'
Though it's a hard conversation to have, these tips will help make sure both sides come out winners.
Don't people recognize that businesses (like my own) make their living off this service?
Learn how to leverage your strengths if you fall toward the introverted side among the deal-makers.
Putting off your refusal or rejection too long may result in resentment or rage, on your part and your listener's.
If you wonder if you're being paid enough for your hard work, try these tips and see how much more you could be earning.
Remember that you're not just creating an agreement, you're cultivating a long-term relationship.
Fredrik Eklund of 'Million Dollar Listing New York' on the importance of staying 100 percent true to yourself in business, without coming off like a freak.
You may not always come out on top with this approach, but you'll improve your odds of being happy more often.
Run a Better Business
The country's divisions can be fixed, provided the next president brings some serious leadership[ chops to the table.
Once you learn how to effectively negotiate, you will have more confidence in asking for what you want.
Starting a Business
So, say there's something you need and can't afford. If you're like these five, that's simply not going to hold you back.
When my father got five times his ideal price, plus some bagels, for family junk he taught that street smarts trump book smarts.
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