Negotiation is a practice that t everyone approves of it. There are those who hate it because they think it is too confrontation or simply they don't want to be bothered. This book will show you how negotiations in everyday transactions do t necessarily have to be confrontational, instead they can be fun. Becoming a master negotiator therefore requires that you develop certain qualities such as problem solving abilities, confidence and the flexibility to change tactic during the negotiation process. Practice always makes perfect and the more time and resources you put into the negotiation planning, the higher the chances that you will succeed and get what you want. Remember that you are t the only one on the negotiation table but rather a party to a wide range of interests and perspectives. Try to accommodate the views and concerns of the other people by listening carefully to what they are saying. Do t try to win every argument because this can make you look aggressive and rude from the perspective of your opponent. On the contrary, strive to make your argument reasonable and fair across the board. The guidelines illustrated in this book will teach you a new way of dealing with people regardless of how difficult or insensitive they are. You will become a better negotiator in both the simple and complex day-to-day negotiations that many people fear. In a negotiation process, every person is significant and there is ultimate decision maker. Do t dictate what needs to be done and the perspective to be followed. Instead, win people over to your side through the simple tactic of communication skills. Be open to positive criticism and do t take anything personal. Being calm and composed will position you at a vantage point to win any negotiation.