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Negotiate Like a Billionaire – Cardone Zone

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Grant Cardone offers insights into the recent hack of Sony and the subsequent fall-out from certain high-profile emails being made public. One important discussion was between Sony Pictures Entertainment co-chairwoman Amy Pascal and billionaire investor Mark Cuban.

Grant uses an example from the interaction between Pascal and Cuban, pointing out what the error of ‘overreach’ is and how ‘bully negotiation’ can be employed. He also talks about the pitfalls and risks of being too aggressive, but how if used correctly, you can make huge profits.

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