How Not To Bomb Your Offer Negotiation • Discoverology

How Not To Bomb Your Offer Negotiation

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Most people think negotiating well is just looking the other person in the eye, appearing confident, and asking for tons of money. But being a good negotiator is a lot more subtle than that.

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