Persuasion Articles of the Week

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10 Things I Learned from “Win Bigly” by Scott Adams

Way back in 2012, my wife and I traveled by Amtrak train to Chicago to visit some friends. Between card games in the bar car and beautiful scenery out the window, I read a book about Negotiation.

I was interested in making more money. I wasn’t sure how to ask or even if I was in the right profession. Continue reading “10 Things I Learned from “Win Bigly” by Scott Adams”

Trump’s 1980s Deals:
Wrapping up “The Art of the Deal”

We’ve covered the main points in Trump’s The Art of the Deal over the last few months here on Persuasion Reading List. Among Trump’s more illustrated points for deal making and persuasion:

  • Always keep your options open
  • Cover your downside and improve it the best you can
  • Ask a lot of questions
  • Don’t rush a deal, but don’t delay the signing of final paperwork

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Betting on the Boardwalk
Six Trump Tactics for Deal Making

In 1975, Trump hears of a casino worker strike at two Hilton hotels. When he learns that those two casino locations account for 40% of Hilton’s global profits, Trump decides to get in the casino business. Continue reading “Betting on the Boardwalk
Six Trump Tactics for Deal Making”