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How to Use Mindfulness to Improve Your Business Negotiations

How to Use Mindfulness to Improve Your Business Negotiations, by Laura Jelen. Photograph of people in meeting by Dylan Gillis
Photograph by Dylan Gillis

Practicing mindfulness can open your business negotiations up for more creative solutions and productive collaborations

The word ‘negotiation’ brings to mind an antagonistic win-lose situation. But according to the best negotiation training experts, negotiation doesn’t have to end in a win-lose outcome. In fact, long-term business negotiations should create positive, not antagonistic, relationships to serve clients and sellers alike. So how do we move from a confrontational winner vs to create win-win outcomes? 

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