out with an ideal and end up with a deal.
Albrecht # Ideas,
because you hang a shingle out saying "I'm a financial
advisor or a broker with a bond to sell," isn't enough.
Most people are a little more intelligent. They do some research.
If they haven't heard of you or don't know somebody who knows
you, they're not likely to deal with you. You can make the
same case against the fax machines.
Bloomberg # Intelligent,
with complexity is an inefficient and unnecessary waste of
time, attention and mental energy. There is never any justification
for things being complex when they could be simple.
de Bono # Deals,
I see people getting a bad deal I want to step in and do something
about it. Of course, this is not pure altruism - there's a
profit to be made too.
Branson # Deal,
- We deal
with all varieties of information. Somebodys always
upset no matter what we do. We have to make a decision; otherwise
theres a never-ending debate.
Brin # Deals,
with people is probably the biggest problem you face, especially
if you are in business. Yes, and that is also true if you
are a housewife, architect or engineer.
Carnegie # Deals,
of us do much better with agreements that we make with others
than with those we make with ourselves.
Chu # Deal
- I have
found no greater satisfaction than achieving success through
honest dealing and strict adherence to the view that, for
you to gain, those you deal with should gain as well.
Greenspan # Satisfaction,
best to create the angle of yourself before you try to make
Markson # Deal
- No matter
what time the calls come you have to be ready to deal with
them. You have to do whatever it takes to get your client
our of the.. well, whatever they are in.
Markson # Time
- The cornerstone
of all business is the deal. That's the way it is, the way
it has always been.
Markson # Business,
- The art
of deal is simple. You have to do the best for your client
but at the same time you don't want to upset the person on
the other side. After all, deal is just the first step.
Markson # Deals,
- If your
client says "maybe", you are suddenly in the box
seat. You really can't lose. If the deal falls over, it's
no problem. But if the other party really wants the deal,
you are in control.
Markson # Clients,
- The first
thing you have to do, whether you are the buyer or the seller,
is find out what the other party's budget is. If you are buying,
your offer should be ridiculously low so you have room to
go up. If you are selling, start ridiculously high so you
can come down.
Markson # Selling,
deals can take months and months of negotiations, some I have
sealed in one phone call, but the bottom line it so never
give up. Walk away to give yourself some breathing space,
sure, but never let negotiations break down completely.
Markson # Deals,
- The strategy
you use should depend entirely upon strategy of the person
you're dealing with.
Robbins # Strategy,
people try to deal with money by pretending it doesn't matter,
but financial pressure is something that affects us all every
day of our lives.
Robbins # Deal,
- The ability
to deal with people is as purchasable a commodity as sugar
or coffee and I will pay more for that ability than for any
other under the sun.
Rockefeller # Deals,
are my art form. Other people paint beautifully on canvas
or write wonderful poetry. I like making deals, preferably
big deals. That's how I get my kicks.
Trump # Deal,
- I'm the
first to admit that I am very competitive and that I'll do
nearly anything within legal bounds to win. Sometimes, part
of making a deal is denigrating your competition.
Trump # Competition,
been said that I believe in the power of positive thinking.
In fact, I believe in the power of negative thinking. I always
go into the deal anticipating the worst.
Trump # Belief,
- My style
of deal-making is quite simple and straightforward. I aim
very high, and the I just keep pushing and pushing and pushing
to get what I'm after.
Trump # Deal,
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