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MARKETPLACE Learn the gist of negotiating in about 45 min. with this booklet.


Aug 25, 2011
Sure, Donald Trump has tremendous effection because of both magnitude and scale, but that's revenue portion of the equation. He is a billionaire because of "The Art of the Deal." He negotiates profitable deals with lots of zeros! His negotiation skills allow him to profit from his effection.

Not looking to be the next Donald? That's fine, but anyone can benefit from the skill of negotiating. If going fastlane is your strategy, I believe it is mandatory.

MJ negotiated the sale of his biz twice! Each time he positioned himself strategically to make a profit. He must have negotiated all along the way to get to where he is today. If you're not familiar with the basics of negotiating, you're at a severe disadvantage.

I've been an avid student of negotiating for several years now and have applied the principles successfully in my personal life. I've consulted friends, family, and colleagues with their negotiations with successful results. I was inspired by MJ's book to write a short and sweet booklet to systematize what I've learned.

So why does the market need this product? Everyone should know at least the basics of negotiating, even if it's for defensive reasons. This booklet is different because it gets you up to speed faster (about 45 minutes) than any other book on the topic. It respects your time and prioritizes substance over pages.

WARNING: The booklet is a beginner's/intermediate guide and contains essential negotiating principles. If you're a seasoned pro, you'll most likely already know what it contains. I've temporarily reduced the price to the lowest amount allowed by Amazon in order to get the word out and to get back feedback/comments.

Here is the link (keep in mind you can read Kindle books without a kindle using a browser or the Kindle App). Negotiate in a Pinch [Booklet] eBook: Luke Stachowicz: Kindle Store

I'm open to any questions or feedback concerning the book or negotiating in general.

Thank you for taking the time to check it out,

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