The three hardest things, according to Benjamin Franklin are: steel, diamonds and knowing yourself. I agree. The latter is not for sissies.
In any serious negotiations, the person with the most knowledge tends to be most successful. That includes what you know about your opponent and in particular – what you know about yourself. How are you feeling today? Ready to take a trip of self-discovery?
You may be aware that we have developed an assessment for a collector personality. It has been designed to hire candidates who may be more suited to the profession but also to capitalize on the strengths of those already in the front lines.
Interested parties may buy an individual assessment for $29.95 but as a ‘friend’ on LinkedIn, it is yours FREE.
All you need to do is send me an email with “knowledge” in the subject line and I will send you a token and a link to the site.
The fine print:
One free assessment to anyone linked to me as of today, October 24th.
Offer ends at 5 PM EST on October 28th, 2013.
You may find out more at: www.collectabilityindex.com
A word of caution if I may? The assessment has been designed for the ‘fit’ of a collector. If you are a manager, director or someone not directly involved in collections, be prepared not to score in the preferred range.
Taking the assessment may may sound like a bit of work, but that is the easy part. Once you know more about yourself, what are you going to do? My suggestion is don’t worry too much about what some may consider a fault or a weakness; build instead on your strengths.
Pithy Saying of the Month:
“Know the enemy and know yourself, and you can fight a hundred battles with no danger of defeat”
How about we spark up your next meeting or conference with a talk on : Sex Lies and Negotiation Techniques