There is a philosophy behind all negotiations, and having the right perspective and approach is vital to successful deals. I can answer questions regarding business and personal negotiation, and advise on successful strategies.
I have been a business and real estate broker for over 12 years and a building contractor for over 20. I have done numerous trainings in commercial real estate and real estate investment and have managed multi million dollar funds for real estate investment clients. I have counseled both buyers and sellers in high dollar real estate and business deals.
Ca Association of Business Brokers, Contractor's State License Board, Better Business Bureau.
The Contractor Investor, Phi Logos Publishing, 2011
Certified Business Broker, California Association of Business Brokers, AA Communications, student at Lincoln Law School of Sacramento, dozens of real estate investment and negotiation trainings.
Stormy Seibring College Scholarship, Rescue Mission Service award, Film School Certificate
Negotiation is such an integral part of any dealing, I find it fascinating to see how using time-proven strategies helps everyone in a deal, and not only one side. Because applied negotiation always seeks a win-win result, I believe the study is worth anyone's time.
People negotiate naturally, every day, but most never really think about it.
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Hi SH Sorry to hear about your difficulty with this person. First off, I would say that yes you are right: issues such as this ARE negotiation, and yes it does happen in a business context all the
Hello Claude and thank you for your question. You are right - information is what you need to negotiate any good deal! There may be restrictions to buying directly from the importers. Usually importers
Thanks for the question, Tanner. Good to hear from a fellow entrepreneur! You definitely have the most important ingredient: drive (or ambition, vision, etc.) Keep the passion no matter what happens
Hi Mourad Thank you for your question. I haven't had time to study your system or how exactly it works, but my initial reaction is that the percentage agreement seems to be more inviting to potential
Hello again. My comment regarding not making an offer is merely a negotiation thing. You don't want to go to them and tell them what amount deposit you need or money up front or whatever name you choose