Episode #1023
The Art of Doing a Deal
May 20, 2019

In episode #1023, we discuss the art of the deal. Tune in to hear how to negotiate successfully.

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TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:

  • [00:27] Today’s Topic: The Art of Doing a Deal
  • [00:40] Everything you do with marketing is making a deal.
  • [01:30] When hiring remote workers, you are hammering out a deal.
  • [01:42] Make sure both parties love the deal.
  • [02:25] Eric read a book from a former FBI director that discussed negotiating.
  • [02:45] If you can’t get a deal done, have a backup plan.
  • [03:25] The terms define the deal.
  • [04:16] That’s it for today!
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