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Lifescripts for the Self-Employed: What to say to get what you want in life's toughest situations
by:Stephen M. Pollan, Mark Levine
Lifesecripts for the Self-Employed, written especially for those who are self-employed, provides dialogues for the difficult discussions this group is likely to face. Each lifescript features a flowchart with openings and rejoinders to a variety of potential responses. There are also pointers on proper attitude, timing, preparation, and behavior, as well...
Lifesecripts for the Self-Employed, written especially for those who are self-employed, provides dialogues for the difficult discussions this group is likely to face. Each lifescript features a flowchart with openings and rejoinders to a variety of potential responses. There are also pointers on proper attitude, timing, preparation, and behavior, as well as a summary of key points and a list of possible adaptations.Lifescripts for the Self-Employed covers scripts dealing with clients, investors, lenders, professionals, and suppliers, including: Breaking Bad News to a Client Cold Calling a New Client Approaching a Family Lender Explaining a Prior Bankruptcy Asking Your Professional to Reduce His Fee Explaining an Overstatement of Expenses to the IRS Closing a Deal Renegotiating a Lease with Your Landlord
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