How do you learn to recognize opportunities to negotiate? Or do you see opportunities, but choose to ignore them for a variety of reasons? In this episode of Negotiations Ninja, Suzanne de Janasz shares some of the underlying issues she sees that keep people from negotiating. She also shares how you can learn to recognize and take advantage of opportunities to negotiate in your everyday life. Don’t miss it!
Why people buy is a topic every salesperson wants to master. Why? Because it helps them know where to build leverage in the negotiation process. If you can push the right buttons and pull the right levers, can you influence a sale? The science of buying intent may seem complicated, but it all comes down to emotion. What is the buying experience like? Did you listen to your prospect? Do you understand the emotional reasoning behind an objection? David Priemer shares the key to understanding buying intent in this throwback episode of Negotiations Ninja.
The focus of popular culture for the last 6–8 weeks has been the Johnny Depp vs. Amber Heard trial. At this point, we all know that the jury sided with Johnny Depp. Both sides presented evidence and made statements. Both sides had experts and witnesses testify. So what made the jury side with Johnny Depp? The body language and facial expressions of each of the parties in the trial.
Susan Ibitz has spent the last six weeks studying body language and facial expressions from both sides of the table. In this episode of Negotiations Ninja, she shares what the body language and facial expressions in this trial told her—and what you can learn from the outcome.
Stu Heinecke is a best-selling author, Wall Street Journal cartoonist, and the “Father of Contact Marketing.” In this throwback edition of Negotiations Ninja, Stu emphasizes that you must be willing to take an unorthodox and personalized approach to help you book meetings and make sales. He shares what his personalized contact marketing approach looks like in this episode. Check it out!
Kim Orlesky is an executive-level content creator, professional speaker, mentor, and successful entrepreneur. Kim has spent the last seven years running her own sales training organization, helping B2B companies find more profitability and productivity through virtual sales.
Now, Kim is up for a brand new challenge. Kim is ready to dive back into the corporate world and transition out of entrepreneurship. Why is Kim making the move? How can her experience as an entrepreneur and her extensive personal brand help her move back into the corporate world? That’s the topic of discussion in this episode of Negotiations Ninja.