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Episode 218  |  31:28 min

Throwback Thursday with Paul Watts

Episode 218  |  31:28 min  |  05.06.2021

Throwback Thursday with Paul Watts

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This is a podcast episode titled, Throwback Thursday with Paul Watts. The summary for this episode is: <p><span style="color: rgb(0, 0, 0); background-color: transparent;">Do you believe that planning is the most important part of a negotiation? If so, you’re on the same wavelength as Paul Watts. He believes planning is the most crucial element of negotiations that is so often neglected. In this throwback, we look back at episode #132. We talk about negotiation through the lens of a salesperson. We also talk about the cost of inaction and how to improve your negotiation skills (HINT: It may involve planning). Don’t miss it!</span></p><p><br></p>

Do you believe that planning is the most important part of a negotiation? If so, you’re on the same wavelength as Paul Watts. He believes planning is the most crucial element of negotiations that is so often neglected. In this throwback, we look back at episode #132. We talk about negotiation through the lens of a salesperson. We also talk about the cost of inaction and how to improve your negotiation skills (HINT: It may involve planning). Don’t miss it!


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