How to Negotiate Anything: A Freelancer's Survival Guide Short Book - Kristine Kathryn Rusch

How to Negotiate Anything: A Freelancer's Survival Guide Short Book

By Kristine Kathryn Rusch

  • Release Date: 2010-09-17
  • Genre: Small Business & Entrepreneurship
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Most people hate negotiating. Instead of learning it themselves, they hire someone—an agent, a lawyer, a manager—to negotiate for them. But negotiators often do not have their clients’ best interests at heart. In this short book, international bestselling writer Kristine Kathryn Rusch shows you how to negotiate anything.

Award-winning, bestselling writer Kristine Kathryn Rusch has published books under many names and in many genres. She has owned several businesses, and has worked for herself for more than thirty years.

If you found this section of Kristine Kathryn Rusch’s The Freelancer’s Survival Guide helpful, you might want these short books as well:

Getting Started
Goals and Dreams
How To Make Money
Networking in Person And Online
Time Management
The Secrets of Success
Turning Setbacks into Opportunity
When to Quit Your Day Job

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  • What a waste.

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    By danielgmcnulty
    for $3, you get what you pay for. It was a lot of common sense and not much in the way of practical examples and strategies.

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