by Maryanne Sivers
One you’ve learned the basics of The 4 Switches, you’ve got the rest of your life to practice them. Why the rest of your life? It’s like playing chess. You can learn in just a few minutes, but you probably won’t be winning the first games you play. After some practice, though, you’ll improve little by little until, one day, you’re a formidable player.
The 4 Switches are like that. They can be explained quickly, and they’re so simple that everyone can grasp the ideas and remember them. But it takes practice to move your own switches, and it takes more practice to recognize where others have their switches set, and it takes even more practice to help other people move their switches.
Recently, Todd and I were invited to a negotiation competition where we put The 4 Switches to the test. And guess what? Even though we hadn’t been formally trained in negotiation tactics like some of our competitors, we used our knowledge of The 4 Switches to dominate the game and be crowned the championship team.
You can have more control, too. Just learn the switches, and practice, practice, practice. The future is wide open and it's your time to win.
Want to learn more about how The 4 Switches can help you? Schedule a time to talk with Todd Sivers today at meet.toddsivers.com.
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