Greg Williams

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“How To Argue Better To Win More Negotiations” – Negotiation Tip of the Week

“How To Argue Better To Win More Negotiations” – Negotiation Tip of the Week 150 150 Greg Williams, MN, CSP

“To make an argument more acceptable faster, base it on the beliefs of those involved.” –Greg Williams, The Master Negotiator & Body Language Expert (click to Tweet)   Click here to get the book!

 

“How To Argue Better To Win More Negotiations”

People don’t realize they’re always negotiating.

If you wish to become more persuasive in your negotiations, you must learn to argue your points better. To do that, you must adhere to the three factors of a good argument, along with how you position your views and opinions. If you assemble the components correctly, not only will you become more persuasive when arguing, you’ll also increase your negotiation outcomes.

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Remember, you’re always negotiating!

 

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