Never Split the Difference

Never Split the Difference (2016)

Chris Voss joined the FBI as a lead international kidnapping negotiator.

Chris Voss was born in Nebraska and grew up in Kansas City, Missouri. After working as a cop in Kansas City, he joined the FBI and became a specialist in international kidnapping. He worked closely with high profile cases.

The author says, never split the difference when negotiating with your opponent. If you win every battle, then you will win the war as well.”

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Never Split the Difference is a nonfiction book about negotiating and the author reveals 9 principles that he used when negotiating in the field. These rules were counter-intuitive, but they worked! He also mentions that each principle is counter-intuitive, but if you’re willing to think differently, these tactics work.

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Life is a series of negotiations. You should be ready for anything when negotiating. Emotional Intelligence and Intuitive Thinking give you the competitive edge in every negotiation. Negotiations need to be taken to the next level.


A highly recommended book for all people who want to learn more about negotiating. Negotiations are very important in life, and this book will help you become an expert negotiator.

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Never Split the Difference (2016) by Chris Voss

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