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CONTROL. WHAT’S THE BIG DEAL?


See how control is the first step to successful negotiation

“Every second, thousands of us negotiate something. It’s humankind’s way of getting stuff done when opposing sides want opposing things. Negotiation is a battle which some will try anything to win: bullying, deception, dirty tricks. But there is a better way. Stay in control and, chances are, you get the deal you want. Control the controllable and eventually, skilfully, deservedly, you triumph…”

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