2)Setting goals and limitations.How to negotiate. Before starting a negotiation ask yourself this question "what should I take from this negotiation", don’t be afraid to answer this question, and write them down, this way you are setting your goals. Now you need to set limits, setting limits is so important, for example you should set your least salary you will take in an interview, if you didn’t do it others will do, and you will keep giving and giving and giving until you feel that limits have been reached, so you should put it from the first, it's somehow fearful to put limits but go for it, it is worthy doing.
3)ListeningMost of the people thinks that they are a good listeners, but it is not true, good listening is your way to listen to things and information you want to listen to, to know when to focus and when to think, it's better not to think at all about the respond when listening to someone, and to leave 2 seconds after listening to prepare for your respond.
How to negotiate part 2Don’t be afraid to ask questions, when you do so, you refine the information you gained from your opponent.
4)Use clear Communication skillsWhich means that all your skills should deliver the same message, your body language, your gesture, your posture, your voice tone and your words, all should be sending the same message.
5)knowing when to be quiteYou should use a pause, using a pause in a negotiation makes you think about the words you will say, and prevent you from jumping the negotiation so quickly, also it prevent you from saying things you will regret at the end, the pause will give a way to reflect your previous actions which is an important thing. Never let your emotions control you. If you felt that the conversation went to somewhere you don’t like don’t panic, and use the pause, take a breath and suggest the meeting at a later time.
6) Closing the deal
Often deals isn't closed even though both sides agreed in the points threaded, and this is because the occurrence of a difficult person, a person who shouts and acts bossy, take a pause, with a breath, then ask some questions which is straight to the point.
Closing a deal is when everything in the deal comes together, when the two parties mutually agree on the points of the negotiation, but it's never too soon to close the deal, you want to close the deal as soon as possible, but you should close it partially every once in a while, and don’t forget to ask questions.
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