Never Split The Difference: Negotiating As If Your Life Depended On It – Book Review

Author Chris Voss knows a thing or two about negotiating. He served as an international and domestic hostage negotiator for the FBI for over 15 years. Voss managed the cases of more than 150 international hostage incidents. Now, you can learn from one of the best in the biz at how to negotiate. Even if its with your wife to decide who gets to do dishes.

Voss’ new book focuses on the idea that life is a series of negotiations. Whether it’s over something major like buying a car or your salary, or something smaller like who cooks dinner or what time your kid has to go to bed, you should be prepared to deal with these situations. Voss brings you inside his own mind and into the world of high-stakes negotiating.

This practical guide of nine effective principles will teach you some of the top strategies used by professional negotiators. You’ll learn counter tactics and strategies that you can directly apply to whatever negotiation situation occurs in your own life. If it works for negotiating with criminals, terrorists, and international enemies, Voss’ advice is sure to work in your boss or kids.

Although you likely won’t be saving lives by winning a negotiation, that doesn’t mean you can’t use the same tactics. Guys let’s admit, no book by anyone is going to help you win an argument with your special someone. The advice in this book might at least give you a fighting chance. Buy Here

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