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Negotiating is easy! Okay maybe not that easy, well here’s some tips on that.

Negotiating can be a tricky business, but with a little bit of know-how, you can come out on top like a boss!

First things first, it’s important to remember that negotiation is not about winning or losing, it’s about finding a mutually beneficial solution. So, before you even begin to negotiate, make sure you have a clear understanding of what you want and what the other party wants. This will help you to find common ground and come up with a solution that works for everyone.

Next, it’s time to get your game face on. This is not the time to be shy or timid, you need to be confident and assertive. Speak clearly and be prepared to make your case. Remember, you’re not just trying to get what you want, you’re trying to find a solution that works for both parties.

Now, let’s talk about leverage. Leverage is the key to a successful negotiation. It’s the ace up your sleeve, the trump card that you can play when the going gets tough. Leverage can come in many forms, such as having a better offer, being able to walk away from the deal, or having a better alternative. When you have leverage, you have the upper hand and can negotiate from a position of strength.

So, let’s say you’re trying to negotiate a raise at work. You could use your leverage by pointing out that you’ve been with the company for a long time, you have a proven track record, and you have the skills and experience to take on more responsibility. Or, you could use your leverage by pointing out that there are other companies out there that would be more than happy to pay you more for your skills and experience.

In conclusion, negotiating is not as scary as it seems. With a little bit of preparation, confidence, and leverage, you’ll be able to negotiate like a pro and come out on top! Now, go out there and get what you deserve!

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