Book Review: "NO" by Jim Camp


Jim Camp a previous pilot, works admirably depicting what occurs in the arranging procedure; and where we bomb wretchedly. There is a ton thoughtfully that can’t be canvassed in this short essay, in any case, he utilizes incredible models, three-minute agendas toward the finish of every part and “test drives” to show the act of getting to “NO”.

Chapter 1 “Stop The Roller Coaster, I Want To Get Off” is a distinct advantage: #1 Neediness: “Need is demise; need is life” (p32). As I read this section, all the missteps I have ever constructed in an arrangement flashed before my eyes. Ordinarily in my enthusiasm, I revealed my hand before they even requested to see them! Offering limits and parting with the store out of dread is a major one. Greatest exercise I picked up: Operating from quality rather than dread makes a huge difference. I no longer dread dismissal and the word no. It’s depleting pursuing down possibilities after I have done the demo, arranged the proposition, and so forth; simply disclose to me it’s anything but a decent fit!

Chapter 2 “So You Want Results: Focus on What you Can Control-Yourself”: Jim reveals to us that quantities don’t work and are an exercise in futility; that it is smarter to concentrate on “payside versus nonpayside” exercises and practices. Number one is managing the leaders; regardless of whether they state no.

Chapter 3 “On the off chance that You Want the Advantage Take “No” for the Answer”. This is an energizing part and I accept the core of the book. The creator had a revelation in Hong Kong attempting to haggle with sellers in that nation. They were not having any of it (you unquestionably need to peruse the book). That is the point at which he went to the word reference and looked into the meaning of exchange: an arrangement is the push to achieve an understanding between at least two gatherings, with all gatherings reserving the option to veto: GETTING TO NO. As a product/equipment affiliate, I am in on sizeable refunds and giveaways from the organization to the client. But then, I despite everything hear perhaps and it’s incredible yet we are not prepared at this point; we are intrigued yet would we be able to hit you up, and so forth. It is OK to hear and state no: “No” gets you past intense subject matters… We need choice based exchange, not a feeling based exercise in futility”. (p73)

Chapter 4 “The Greatest Negotiating Secret Ever”: the writer talks about having crucial reason and how to manufacture one: “in any exchange, your strategic reason must be established in crafted by the opposite side” (p94).

I trust individuals will investigate this book; it is clear and beneficial in close to home and business activities

by Margaret L Crosby