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The Spirituality of Having it Your Way

By Celso Cukierkorn
Moses didn’t return quickly enough from Mount Sinai and so the Jews made a golden calf to worship as their new leader. That made the Lord want to destroy the Jewish people, but Moses interceded.

As I have said in my book, Secrets of Jewish Wealth Revealed, there is no question that we the Jewish People know how to negotiate.

It will be impossible to find other group of people that can negotiate as well as we do! Negotiating skills are not only crucial but a survival skill. Every time that we interact with others it is a negotiation. If you don’t yet see it that way, you are losing out on each and every one of these opportunities.

Around the world, negotiating is seen as normal part of daily life and a common practice. How often have I seen a tourist overpaying for a souvenir to the surprise of the street vendor. People are used to paying what they are asked.

Like her, many people feel embarrassed to negotiate. However, that is foolish because you work hard for your money, so failing to negotiate is like lowering your wages. Obviously there are places like grocery stores and your local WalMart where you cannot negotiate, but many people pass up other opportunities to bargain for a lower price.

If you are negotiating with someone, do it in person. If I buy a car at a dealership I will speak directly to the manager.

You need to have a grip on the negotiation and be the one in charge if you want to succeed in this give and take process.

Always act uninterested and know when to walk out of the negotiation.

In the bible, the act of negotiation is more usual than Prayer. Don’t forget that many people in the scriptures were great negotiators. Lot negotiated on behalf of the Three Angels, and Moses negotiated with God (over and over again) on behalf of the Israelites. So did Abraham. If they could negotiate, why shouldn’t we?

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