Far Hills, NJ (PRWEB) January 7, 2006
If buying a car turns you to jelly, download this free, 160-page book, Negotiation: The Art of Getting What You Want, by Michael Schatzki. There is no login or personal information required.
This free e-book is especially useful to college and university students, as well as anyone who is starting their career and wanting sales negotiation training.
Easy to read and understand, Negotiation: The Art of Getting What You Want de-mystifies the negotiation process. This free, updated, and revised edition arms readers with the facts that car dealers, real-estate brokers, insurance claims representatives, landlords, bureaucrats, and employers don't want you to know.
Readers learn how to:
Plus, Schatzki’s free book offers the “Negotiator’s Workshop”— strategies for 10 common negotiations, including:
“It’s time for everyone to have access to this information,” Schatzki says. “I really want to level the playing field. When you learn how to negotiate, two things happen: you get what you’re entitled to and you protect yourself from being taken advantage of. Whether you’re buying a car, selling a house or negotiating salary for a new job, really knowing how to negotiate can reap huge rewards.”
Says one reader: “A fantastic book. After I read it, I got the job I wanted, with the benefits and the salary I wanted! Thank you very much for the valuable information and especially for showing me how to negotiate effectively.”
Schatzki invites anyone to go to http://www.negotiationdynamics.com/bookart.asp to print a copy of this book for personal use; download the book to your computer; share it with others via paper or electronic means; and, if you have a website, publish it on your site so others may download it.
About Michael Schatzki, MPA, CSP
Michael Schatzki is Principal of Negotiation Dynamics®, a firm offering seminars, keynote presentations, and consulting for sales, purchasing, and other business negotiations. Michael Schatzki has decades of experience as a practicing negotiator, consulting with clients to navigate and succeed with their most challenging negotiations. Learn more about Michael Schatzki and Negotiation Dynamics at http://www.NegotiationDynamics.com.