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SHOW NOTES: Our FINANCIAL FIERCENESS!™ series integrates our financial goals into our development plan for surpassing our goals. We deal with the specific issues we need to explore in order to achieve (and surpass) our financial goals. This episode is, "Never Mention A Number First When Negotiating A Salary.”
In this show we discuss A Stone* of Solutions™ regarding:
1) Why you decide how much money you will make.
2) First rule of salary negotiations is that humans do not want to talk about salary.
3) Do not be anchored and defined by a past salary.
4) Why you think a “good salary” is different from what your employer thinks.
5) Why negations are a positive experience.
6) How to use your chess and/ or poker skills to win.
7) How to answer an application request for your former salary.
8) How to research [...]
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Indemnification can present a major risk with large numbers especially when contracting with large companies.Understand your risks and ability to push back when needed. Tune in to this podcast and listen to attorney Jim Voigt's helpful advice on the subject.
BUSINESS CREDIT RADIO is honored to welcome Mr. Barry Elms, President of Strategic Negotiations International (considered by many to be America's business coach in sales & negotiating skills) as our featured guest speaker discussing the skill set every credit professional needs.....negotiating.
During a speaking career that spans over 20 years Barry has given over 2000 presentations worldwide. His energetic style and dynamic message will keep you on the edge of your seat.
Barry was born and educated in England and has worked in Sales, Customer Service, and Credit Management, as well as being CEO of companies in both Europe and America.
In addition to being a world class public speaker, Barry is also the author of numerous video and audio programs including: "Negotiate Your Way to Success", "Advanced Negotiation Skills", "Dialing for Dollars" and "The Art of Getting Paid".
BUSINESS CREDIT RADIO is sponsored by Back2Work USA Fund and Business Credit Workshops.
Leverage is key when negotiating with global corporations and most small contractors are surprised at how much negotiation can take place in their favor. This podcast with Busienss Law attorney at Lavelle Law, James Voigt, will discuss strategies you can use to leverage your small business against global corporations.
Kendall Minter, Esq., one of the nation's leading entertainment and media attorneys has published a new book entitled Understanding and Negotiating 360 Ancillary Rights Deals: An Artist's Guide To Negotiating 360 Record Deals. In this comprehensive music industry guide, Kendall shares his 35+ years of experience in the global music industry to educate and inform artists, independent label owners, producers, managers, lawyers and entrepreneurs on the nuances of the new business model for deals between artists and labels/music companies.
The 360 deal, also known as an ancillary rights , multiple rights or passive income participation deal is the new and now standard business model between the recording artist and music company, which grants the company an economic interest and sometimes controlling rights to the artist's non-record activities in the entertainment industry, including: touring, live appearances, merchandising, film, television, book publishing deals, product endorsements, licensing, fan clubs, website ads, live theater and music publishing.
THE ROAD HAWGS RADIO NETWORK-INSIDE SCOOP With MONKEY MOTO SCHOOL
Our guests this week will be Sam and Evan from “Monkey Moto” Motorcycle School in California. Evan began his motorcycle instruction business on a lark when he got together with a few friends who wanted help to improve their riding skills. Evan was a health and fitness instructor so why not teach motorcycle skills he had learned negotiating San Francisco traffic. Sam competed in the now-legendary “Dirtbag Challenge”, chopping a bike for his first time and winning an award for his efforts. Learn why these guys get 5 stars for their style!
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HIS NAME WAS Iñigo de Loyola. He was born in 1491 to a rich family, youngest of eight boys, one of thirteen children. His older brother had sailed to the New World with
Christopher Columbus. Iñigo served as a page in the court of King Ferdinand and
Queen Isabella of Spain. He became friends with Ferdinand’s Belgian grandson, Charles Habsburg, whose other grandfather was Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian. (The Holy Roman Emperor was a kind of secular pope who presided over the Christian kingdoms of the western world.) Charles was propelled to great authority before his twenty-first birthday by the deaths of his two grandfathers within a space of two years. From Ferdinand, Charles inherited Spain. From Maximilian, he inherited the Holy Roman Empire. Charles Habsburg was King Charles I of Spain, Emperor Charles V of Rome. He was the most powerful secular figure in Europe. And he was Iñigo’s friend.
In 1518, Iñigo was part of a legation negotiating for Charles with Spain’s traditional rival, France, at the court of the Duke of Najera in Valladolid. While the summit was in session, Catherina, the Emperor’s sister, was presented to the Najera court. Iñigo fell
in love with her. He was twenty-seven and she was eleven. (The Emperor was eighteen.) The match, however, was not to be.