Summary: Never Split the Difference: Negotiating as If Your Life Depended on It
- Narrated by: Michael Goldsmith
- Length: 1 hr and 13 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 16-03-18
- Language: English
- Publisher: Readtrepreneur Publishing
Who is better suited to teach you how to negotiate than a man who had lives on the line when doing so? Chris Voss's Never Split the Difference will help you become a master in negotiation.
Never Split the Difference is a journey into high-stakes negotiations where you will need nine effective principles designed by the man himself, Chris Voss, to have the competitive edge in any discussion. The location or subject of the negotiation doesn’t matter. If you master the principles taught by Chris Voss, you can strive to get a better salary, cheaper rent, and basically turn any condition into your favor.
Note: This summary is wholly written and published by readtrepreneur.com. It is not affiliated with the original author in any way.
"He who has learned to disagree without being disagreeable has discovered the most valuable secret of negotiation." (Chris Voss)
As a former FBI’s international lead negotiator, Chris Voss channels his experience in high-stakes negotiation to deliver a fascinating book which can help anyone become an outstanding negotiator. Learn to grasp the art of your emotional intelligence and intuition so that you can use them to your advantage to obtain things you have always desired.
Chris Voss stresses that life is just a series of negotiations and being excellent at it will have an amazing impact in your social and professional life.
Disclaimer once again: This audiobook is meant for great companionship of the original book or to simply get the gist of the original book.
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By Silvester on 03-04-18
What an amazing Summary
Its lays out basic philosophies and hidden principles about human body language and negotiation. The three types of "yeses" - counterfeit, confirmation and commitment is something most of us know, but have never put into an forming principle. Naming and organizing even a basic principle, like how people use the word "yes" can be useful in and of itself.
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By Cashel on 04-04-18
I like the book, everyone raves about it for good reason. I found the narrator really annoying but pushed through it - very useful and highly recommended.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful