The best kind of negotiation is going for “Win/Win”—seeing life as a cooperative arena not a competitive one, seeking mutual benefit with: 1) Integrity—sticking with your true feelings, values, and commitments; 2) Maturity—expressing your ideas and feelings with courage and consideration for the ideas and feelings of others; and 3) an Abundance Mentality—believing there is plenty for everyone.
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After 65 years . . . a brother and sister separated since the Holocaust were reunited in Israel this week. 78-year-old Binyamin Shilon believed for most of his life that his sister had been murdered by the Nazis, along with the rest of his family in Poland. 73-year-old Shoshana November, Shilon’s sister, had presumed him part of the six million Jews lost in the Holocaust, as well.