Never Split the Difference: Negotiating As If Your Life Depended On It Free Audiobook Download by Chris Voss,Tahl Raz
Chris Voss, a veteran hostage negotiator, has written a book about negotiation. This audiobook takes the reader through the process of negotiation from start to finish. From dealing with difficult people, to thinking like your opponent, to being creative and staying calm during tough negotiations, this book will help readers become great negotiators.
Written by a former FBI hostage negotiator, this book is a step-by-step guide on how to negotiate as if your life depended on it. Chris Voss also shares his own personal story of how he came to be an expert on negotiation. This is not just a book about negotiating; it's a book that tells you what your purpose is and how to achieve it. It will show you the importance of taking control and always speaking with control when negotiating.
"What's your name?" Chris asked. "Zapitnik," the little man replied, a little too quickly. "It sounds like it," Chris said, smiling. "But what's your real name?" The Zapitnik lifted his mask and checked his watch.
Based on a true story, author Chris Voss and narrator Michael Kramer have created an audiobook that is sure to help you gain the upper-hand in any negotiation. Perfect for all levels of experience, the audiobook follows the lives of two wealthy Iranians who are negotiating with the United States government to save their money. Tahl Raz is a young man living in Iran who has just received his degree in international law. He is considering travelling to America for work opportunities and so he contacts the Iranian Embassy in Washington D.C. With negotiations being handled by Tahl's older brother, Raz's life is about to change forever.
Chris Voss shares the stories of his past negotiations and how to negotiate effectively. He provides a range of tactics and strategies that are often used in negotiations.
|Duration||8 hours 8 minutes|
|Author||Chris Voss, Tahl Raz|
|Is It Free?||30-days Free|
|Category||Business & Economics|
|Parent Category||Negotiation & Communication|