Brushin’ Up

There is a post a brewing.  And I think it is a right good one, if I do say so myself.

But as I was writing it I realized, I’m making a lot of assumptions.  I’m assuming you’ve read this entire blog and that you’ve read it recently.  Which is one of those ass-u-me thoughts.

So!  I’ve collected a few posts, in a particular order, that I think will help make Monday’s post a lot more valuable if you read them now.

They are:

the approach

Tina Fey has nothing to do with this post

[insert goofy batman reference here]


A Few points of Clarification

They’re a relatively quick read and can help you brush up on all the silly acronyms I like to throw around. Monday’s post is about digging out of a hole in negotiation and understanding what BATNA is and why interest are important will help bunches.

In other news, is anyone else inappropriately excited about Wills & Kate’s engagement??

See you Monday!

Categories: Negotiation Strategy


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2 responses to “Brushin’ Up”

  1. miriam says:

    Is it just me, or does Kate look a lot like Wonder Woman?

    • Katie says:

      THAT’S who she reminds me of!! Thank you!

      Now the question is, do I cave and get cable for the first time in years in order to watch the wedding next year?

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