Meditate on these negotiation skills inspiring quotes to develop your negotiating skills further.

Negotiation is a very crucial skill that any person especially those in the field of business should sharpen and try to perfect. It entails being able to discuss issues and arriving at conclusions in an amicable so that all parties benefit in the right way. A number of quotes are available and here are the top negotiation quotes that will help you in building your negotiation skill.


Words can be very fascinating but at the end of it all but where we get to meet and agree is in the silence behind all those words uttered.

We should never allow ourselves to negotiate out of fear, but also we should never be in fear when it comes to negotiation.

It is particularly a hard thing to have to negotiate with a person who is not willing to negotiate when it is about his or her personal stuff, but who is ready to negotiate on your own stuff.

If someone tells you he or she does not see the value of something that you happen to possess but still he or she wants to buy it from you, just know you are being lied to, and you are being taken - Mike Stackpole.

When people decide to engage in any form of negotiation and meaningful talk, then there is less chance for unnecessary squabbles - David Eddings.

Starting from an extreme point is more advantageous in negotiation especially when the final result is expected to be more of a compromise- John Maynard Keynes.

Where two principles really do meet which cannot be reconciled with one another, then each man declares the other a fool and a heretic - Ludwig Wittgenstein.

When going for negotiations do not go with all guns blazing but also do not forget to go with the guns - Joe Slovo.

When it comes to negotiations, one crucial aspect is to get ahead of the other person. - Marvin Gaye

Whether people love or hate you do not allow it to prevent you from getting what you want from any negotiation you engage in- John Major.

When negotiating, all that will be agreed upon by the parties involved will be null and void if the people at the negotiating table cannot be trusted to do their part and to keep their promises - Caspar Weinberger.

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