Wednesday, December 25, 2013

5-Star Review

Another 5-star review on Amazon for Negotiation Boot Camp by Ed Brodow
And here is the review: "I have been in many situations throughout life when the negotiation advice in this book would have come in handy. I negotiate nearly everyday in my job as a finance professional, so I don't have much choice but to learn how to negotiation well -- for my sake and for the company's sake. I have gained a lot of confidence by learning to be assertive (not "entitled") and protect my interests and the interests of my principals. This book is packed with advice and tactics, but most importantly, the concepts that will help you develop the proper attitude and frame of mind so that you can make every negotiation situation a win-win."

Sunday, November 10, 2013

Ed Brodow addressing the Brazilian Supply Chain Institute in Sao Paulo.

Monday, July 8, 2013

Not Just Horsing Around

Ed Brodow travels the world speaking about the art of negotiation. He was recently in Paris -- here he is at the Fountain of the Observatory with its famous horses.

Friday, June 14, 2013

Ed's Clients Know Value

Ed Brodow's clients give each of their employees a copy of Ed's book "Negotiation Boot Camp".
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Sunday, March 24, 2013

Farting Around Is Good for You

In my book, Getting a Success Change, I advocate the practice of “farting around” which I define as “spending time with no apparent purpose, just being and observing.” This concept has been validated by Dr. Teresa Belton, A British learning expert. She says that society has "developed an expectation of being constantly occupied and constantly stimulated." “As I get older,” she adds, "I appreciate reflection and boredom. It's very freeing being creative for no reason other than you freewheel and fill time." Children especially “need to have stand-and-stare time, time imagining and pursuing their own thinking processes or assimilating their experiences through play or just observing the world around them." Dr Belton concludes: "For the sake of creativity perhaps we need to slow down and stay offline from time to time."