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Negotiation skills for young minds

Your kid's success is in your hands. Prepare them for the best outcome in negotiations and success in life.

The age of reasoning is around the age of 7-8 years when kids start reasoning, rational thinking, and start to grow out of the emotional means of dealing with matters.  At this age, kids are able to learn a lot of new skills.  One key skill which all kids need to learn early in their life is the ability to negotiate. 

Negotiation is an essential life skill. Would you want your kid to start driving a vehicle without learning everything about driving? Similarly, instead of intuitively walking into a negotiation and figuring out through trial and error, kids and young adults should learn and enhance their negotiation abilities to drive forward their negotiations. It provides them the confidence to walk into a negotiation knowing that they are well covered to achieve success.

See this article to highlight the need for kids to learn good negotiation skills:

Anuj Jagannathan is an experienced professional with over 20 years of experience of dealing with teams, executives, personnel, suppliers, and customers. He is the author of the Amazon bestseller "Negotiation Quotient: Opening the door to a successful deal". He has a keen interest in the topic of negotiation and is passionate about teaching and writing on this topic. He has been hosting webinars and workshops on negotiation across the world for over four years, and writes blogs and articles. Now, he also hosts webinars or training on negotiation for kids and young adults. 

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