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Daniel Shapiro, "Negotiating The Non-Negotiable" Author

Today’s guest is going to solve all of our negotiation blunders and teach us how to actually (maybe) achieve world peace!

Dan Shapiro is the founder and director of the Harvard International Negotiation Program. He has his Ph.D and is a world-renowned expert on conflict resolution. From advising leaders of war-torn countries to working with senior executives and families in crisis, Dan has helped thousands of organizations and individuals solve the problems that divide us.

He recently published a book in April of this year entitled, Negotiating The Non-Negotiable: How to Resolve Your Most Emotionally Charged Conflicts.

In the interview we discuss  how to get that raise – once and for all! We also talk about the most important and effective way to resolve conflicts over money in your marriage and how to negotiate with people who are just being irrational.

If you’d like to learn more about Dan visit his website

One of my favorite quotes from the interview: “Autonomy is the freedom to make decisions w/o somebody else telling you what to do.” – Click To Tweet

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