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  1. Simple Daily Practice: Andrew B. Watt

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  2. Slate Podcast: Negotiation School, Part 5

    This week on Slate’s Negotiation Academy, we give you advice on how to get what you want when the person across the table is a complete jerk, a pathological liar, or simply won’t budge an inch. Our guide for Episode 5 is Columbia Business School professor Donna Hitscherich, a former investment banker and corporate lawyer who knows a thing or two about dealing with jerks.

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  3. Slate Podcast: Negotiation School, Part 4

    In this week’s installment of Slate’s Negotiation Academy, we focus on several physical tactics you can consider when going into your negotiation: Should you haggle in person, by phone, or over email? How should the room be arranged? What do bathroom breaks mean for your status in the talks? And perhaps most important: How and when should you employ the powerful but tricky tactic of imposing a deadline?

    In this episode, we talk to Dr. Richard Haass, a veteran diplomat and current president of the Council on Foreign Relations. (He also has an unusual connection to one of us, which you’ll hear about in the show.)

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  4. Slate Podcast: Negotiation School, Part 1

    In Episode 1, Jill and Seth discuss a crucial starting question: Who should throw out the first number, you or your opponent? Along the way they get some advice from Duke behavioral economist Dan Ariely, author of the bestselling Predictably Irrational. We promise you’ll feel better armed for your next negotiation after this one segment, or your money back (did we mention it’s free?).

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  5. Slate Podcast: Negotiation School, Part 3

    In this week’s installment of Slate’s Negotiation Academy, we teach you some of the basics of persuasion in negotiations. Think you should always go in guns blazing? Think you only win if the other guy loses? The truth is much more subtle, and won’t leave you feeling like a bully. (Also: Learn why you might want to wear a lab coat to the negotiation. And brush your hair. And bring home-baked brownies.) Our guide to the persuasive arts is H. Rodgin Cohen of the law firm Sullivan & Cromwell. Cohen has been involved in high-stakes negotiations ranging from the recent financial crisis to the release of American hostages in Iran.

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  6. Slate Podcast: Negotiation School, Part 2

    In this week’s installment of Slate’s Negotiation Academy, you’ll learn what you need to do before you start a negotiation. The preparation includes how to figure out your walk-away price and how the simple act of schmoozing with your opponent can unlock lots of valuable information.

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  7. Steve Jobs: ‘Computer Science Is A Liberal Art’ : NPR

    Everyone should be able to harness technology, Jobs told Fresh Air’s Terry Gross in 1996. In memory of Apple’s co-founder and former CEO, we listen back to excerpts of their conversation. "Our goal was to bring a liberal arts perspective … to what had traditionally been a very geeky technology," he said.

    http://www.npr.org/2011/10/06/141115121/steve-jobs-computer-science-is-a-liberal-art

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  8. Slate Podcast: Negotiation School, Part 1

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  9. Download MP3 Audio

    Huffduffed from http://5by5.tv/b2w/23

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  10. MP3 Download: Considering Some Things - Jim Fairness and “The 14-Second Work Year”

    Huffduffed from http://qpradio.org/post/75687764/14-second

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