An individual who helps two people or a group of people who disagree to reach a successful agreement with each other.
Negotiator in your professional life
In our professional lives there are times we must be a negotiator. You might be negotiating for a new job, a raise, a project, collaboration with team members or a client. You might also work as a professional negotiator
Negotiator in your personal life
In our personal lives there also are times we must be a negotiator. You might be negotiating with your partner, children, parents or family members about holidays, bed times, vacations, how to spend your money or what movie to watch while staying home during the Coronavirus.
Your Brain Color “Negotiator” Personality examples:
Below are examples of each Brain Color’s “Negotiator” Personality, which are the secret that will help you become a successful negotiator:
I use my Yellow Brain Personality to be a perseverant negotiator.
I use my Blue Brain Personality to be an insightful negotiator.
I use my Green Brain Personality to be an unemotional negotiator.
I use my Orange Brain Personality to be a persuasive negotiator.
To be successful a negotiator you needs to utilize the following attributes and abilities depending on the situation:
- Have preparation and planning skills
- Gain knowledge about the issue
- Think clearly and quickly under pressure or dealing with uncertainty
- Express thoughts clearly
- Listen accurately
November is National Diabetes Month
An other way for me help create an awareness about Diabetes is to share information about Purr-fect Pals: A Kid, A Cat & Diabetes
My unique resource, picture and activity book is designed and written about our son and our cat, and to offers comfort, education and encouragement to children who are either newly diagnosed or have been living with the everyday challenges of Type1 Diabetes (T1D) and Type 2 Diabetes (T2D) and their families.
I allocate 100% of the royalties from my children’s book, Purr-fect Pals: A Kid, A Cat & Diabetes, and 10% of the royalties from the sale of my other books to JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation)!
Please Spread the Word