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Bartering is a skill that you will have to learn if you want to survive and thrive in a post-apocalyptic world. One of the hardest parts of living following a nationwide disaster is that the banking system will be crippled and the economy will collapse even worse than the Great Depression or the Great Recession. No matter how much cash you have in your hand, it will be u Bartering is a skill that you will have to learn if you want to survive and thrive in a post-apocalyptic world. One of the hardest parts of living following a nationwide disaster is that the banking system will be crippled and the economy will collapse even worse than the Great Depression or the Great Recession. No matter how much cash you have in your hand, it will be useless because no one will want it. On the other hand, everyone will want basic physical items that will help them survive for just a few days longer or at least help make their lives easier, such as food, medicine, ammunition, alcohol, coffee, seeds, baking soda, soap, toothpaste, toilet paper, or spices. These are the items that you will need to stockpile not only for yourself, but for trading with others as well. If the economy ever collapses and a bartering system emerges, the only way you will be able to gain more of an item you are running low of is if you have another valuable item to give in return. You must learn proper bartering and negotiation strategies to ensure a fair trade so you won’t get ripped off. That’s exactly what this book is about. In this book, we will outline and discuss in-detail the top twenty bartering strategies (plus a bonus strategy at the end) and with some real world examples of how business people use these strategies every day to help illustrate them for you. Examples of the strategies and tips this book will talk about include: - The top items you need to stockpile for bartering - Why bartering is harder than you think - How to decide where and when the negotiation will take place - Building rapport with the other party before the bartering begins - Increasing the value of what you are trading - Decreasing the value of what the other party is trading - How to control the flow of the negotiation - Using psychology to sway the other party if they are undecided or leaning no - Having an exit strategy in place If you currently have limited knowledge on negotiating and bartering with strangers and you want to expand this knowledge, this book will be a must read. Perhaps the best part of this book is you don’t only have to use the negotiating strategies you’re about to learn after a disaster. You can also easily utilize them in your everyday life, such as when buying a new car or house, as well.


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Bartering is a skill that you will have to learn if you want to survive and thrive in a post-apocalyptic world. One of the hardest parts of living following a nationwide disaster is that the banking system will be crippled and the economy will collapse even worse than the Great Depression or the Great Recession. No matter how much cash you have in your hand, it will be u Bartering is a skill that you will have to learn if you want to survive and thrive in a post-apocalyptic world. One of the hardest parts of living following a nationwide disaster is that the banking system will be crippled and the economy will collapse even worse than the Great Depression or the Great Recession. No matter how much cash you have in your hand, it will be useless because no one will want it. On the other hand, everyone will want basic physical items that will help them survive for just a few days longer or at least help make their lives easier, such as food, medicine, ammunition, alcohol, coffee, seeds, baking soda, soap, toothpaste, toilet paper, or spices. These are the items that you will need to stockpile not only for yourself, but for trading with others as well. If the economy ever collapses and a bartering system emerges, the only way you will be able to gain more of an item you are running low of is if you have another valuable item to give in return. You must learn proper bartering and negotiation strategies to ensure a fair trade so you won’t get ripped off. That’s exactly what this book is about. In this book, we will outline and discuss in-detail the top twenty bartering strategies (plus a bonus strategy at the end) and with some real world examples of how business people use these strategies every day to help illustrate them for you. Examples of the strategies and tips this book will talk about include: - The top items you need to stockpile for bartering - Why bartering is harder than you think - How to decide where and when the negotiation will take place - Building rapport with the other party before the bartering begins - Increasing the value of what you are trading - Decreasing the value of what the other party is trading - How to control the flow of the negotiation - Using psychology to sway the other party if they are undecided or leaning no - Having an exit strategy in place If you currently have limited knowledge on negotiating and bartering with strangers and you want to expand this knowledge, this book will be a must read. Perhaps the best part of this book is you don’t only have to use the negotiating strategies you’re about to learn after a disaster. You can also easily utilize them in your everyday life, such as when buying a new car or house, as well.

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