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In his highly anticipated follow-up to the bestselling Getting to Yes: Negotiation Agreement Without Giving, Harvard University's world-renowned negotiation expert William Ury provides the definitive guide to attaining success at work and at home.

Drawing upon decades of experience in some of the world's most challenging conflict areas - from million-dollar corporate mergers to high-profile Middle Eastern struggles - Ury highlights a previously unexamined issue which affects us all personally and professionally: the biggest obstacle to achieving what we want comes from our own self-destructive actions.

In his brilliant new book, Ury outlines practical strategies for dealing with the inner conflicts that hinder our successes. From tactics for dealing with an untrustworthy work colleague to methods for handling a divorce conversation and coming out on top, Getting to Yes with Yourself outlines universal techniques for success in seven compelling chapters.

Fresh and insightful, Getting to Yes with Yourself will transform the way you approach your life.

©2015 William Ury (P)2015 HarperCollins Publishers Limited

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An essential read

This book is a must have for anyone wanting to make difference to yourself, your family, your work and your community.
This really is a prequel to Getting to Yes, and something you’ll come back to time and time again because the advice is timeless and delivered with integrity.

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The simple and obvious buried in the dust of anger and prejudice is uncovered with ease and panache.

The simple and obvious buried in the dust of anger and prejudice is uncovered with ease and panache...

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  • 11-12-2020

Another Power of Now but for negotiations.

Another Power of Now but for negotiations. Nothing concrete about negotiating or self acceptance. it's more be in the present moment and then universe will do everything for you.

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Calming and challenging at the same time

William Ury is inspirational. This book is full of wisdom and if I could practice the principles he explains I would have a far more peaceful and fulfilling life. Thanks for writing this great piece.

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