Most people hate negotiating. Instead of learning it themselves, they hire someone—an agent, a lawyer, a manager—to negotiate for them. In this short book, international bestselling writer Kristine Kathryn Rusch shows you how to negotiate anything. Award-winning, bestselling writer Kristine Kathryn Rusch has published books under many names and in many genres. She has owned several businesses, and has worked for herself for more than thirty years.
Making Millions Giving it Away. The Power of Many. You Call the Shots. How to Start a Personal Assistant Business. Groupon's Biggest Deal Ever. Insider experiences, tips, and advice on how to get an investment banking job. The Master of the Negotiations. Confessions of a Venture Capitalist. How Jack Ma Did It: How to Start a Nonprofit Organization: Online Dating Scams Paid Surveys for Money: How to Write a Resume and Get a Job. Lies, White Lies, and Accounting Practices; Why nonprofit overhead doesn't mean what you think it means. A Strategy for Winning.
How to Purchase Efficiently. How to Make Money Online: Surely, Quickly and Ethically.
- Literature and Science (Traditional Chinese Edition).
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- Brownie & Pearl Hit the Hay.
Gladiators, Pirates and Games of Trust. Book 2 - Special Events. The Science of Influence. How to Get Rich. The Wealth of the People: The Wealth of the Business Enterprise. Writing Emails that Sell. How to Make Money Online.
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How to Start a Successful Home Business. The New Business of Acting. Statista Digital Economy Compass.
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How the Internet Destroyed the World Economy. I'm a shy person who dislikes confrontation, yet I've negotiated my own contracts since college. Because no one cares about my business as much as I do. I've learned how to leverage my shyness into a method that will work for anyone who says they can't negotiate.
How to Negotiate Anything by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
This little book has outsold almost every nonfiction book I've written, and people use it a lot, not just for publishing matters, but for other parts of their life such as buying cars. If you believe you can't negotiate anything, try this little book and see if it changes your mind. Modern business wouldn't exist without it.
We negotiate all the time without realizing it. We negotiate our salaries when we take a job. We negotiate our hours every day, even if it's only to get an extra hour at lunch to take our kid to ball practice. Yet everyone can learn the basics of negotiation—and everyone can become good at it, maybe even brilliant. And the key is not, as some will tell you, to be fearless.
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The key is to know what you want. This Freelancer's Survival Guide short book will teach you everything you need to know about negotiation. It will help you in small situations—like that hour off—and in big ones such as negotiating a contract. The sections of this short book were originally written for The Freelancer's Survival Guide , which originated on my blog, kristinekathrynrusch.
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The Guide has morphed into a series of short books. The full Guide will be published in the fall of in both electronic and paperback editions. The short books exist for people who don't want all , words of the Guide. Those people don't need help with all aspects of their freelance business, only with a few aspects.