Friday, April 14, 2017

Why is President Trump Flip-Flopping - or IS He?



Critics of the president are accusing him of flip-flopping on issues such as NATO and China. But is he really flip-flopping, or is he simply employing "The Art of the Deal"?

Trump is a great negotiator. As such, he is all too aware that it is nearly impossible to get a good deal from an opponent who believes he is in a position of strength. If you meet an opponent, and tell him up front that he's really great and a credit to his position, you will be strengthening a belief he already has, and from that point on he will feel superior to you. If you then demand something from him, he has little reason to bow to your demands, and you have lost.

A good negotiator will first try to weaken the oppoenent by berating, belittling or otherwise calling their strength into question. In doing so, you at least make it appear that you are the one coming from a position of strength. In nature, it is the bluff and bluster between two opponents that helps to win the battle. Have you never seen the hackles raise and the baring of teeth on a dog?

So, you first weaken the opponent's resolve by instilling doubt. Only then can you approach them with some praise. This creates something not unlike the Stockholm Syndrome, where a kidnap victim comes to identify with, and even protect their abductor. By helping to replenish their feeling of self-worth, they are more apt to show a little gratitude, and they may even be anxious to do things for you, to get your approval.

And if you doubt any of this, think back to you and your father - did you ever find yourself bending over backward in order to gain Dad's approval? Or that of a strict teacher?

President Trump is already getting NATO to update, and getting NATO countries to carry their weight. And he is getting China to help with North Korea - things that previous presidents were unable to accomplish.

Is Trump flip-flopping? Or is he just putting America on the winning side?

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Friday, March 24, 2017

Wholesaling Real Estate Made Easy

A new (and free) ebook by investor Bill Vaughn is being offered by IntelliBiz. "The Simple Man's Guide to Wholesaling Made Easy" is the definitive guide to assigning real estate and pocketing big assignment fess, quickly and easily.


The method referred to by many infomercial gurus as "wholesaling" is actually and accurately called "assigning". To set the record straight, and in an effort to teach the correct (and 100% legal) way to assign, "The Simple Man's Guide to Wholesaling Made Easy", is being provided  FREE to all customers.


"The Simple Man's Guide to Wholesaling Made Easy" takes the investor step-by-step through the entire process, from what type property to look for and how to find them, all the way to finding buyers to assign to, cashing out and taking the assignment fee to the bank.


And, as always, "The Simple Man's Guide to Real Estate" course includes free mentoring, just in case you need any further assistance.

 Just one more way that Bill Vaughn has your back, "The Simple Man's Guide to Wholesaling Made Easy" provides the most complete guide available. And it is but one of the 22 methods the course covers in detail, and the entire course is still under $100, complete. It even includes free mentoring by professional investors.


And with real estate now on the up-tick, and set to explode, there has never been a better time. Prices are relatively moderate, rates are still low and the population increasing daily - and everyone needs a place to live. And it certainly does not hurt to have a White House that is friendly to real estate and promises some overdue deregulation.


Maybe it's time to check it out...


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