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Thanks for the examples Marcel. From your stories I understand that you used these two negotiation tactics mostly to increase revenue. While I know that it might be a very significant factor, I see negotiations as relationship builders. It's a nice idea to ask yourself: "Will this client be happy to work with us again after this?", "Will he order another design work?" If you think long term, you might find yourself negotiating more, making more revenue in a longer period of time. The Lean Negotiation is a tool to create those relationships, gain trust. In my opinion, you are taking a risk with the described negotiation methods. You even called it a bluff - eventually clients will understand it's a bluff, right?
My advice is be transparent, gain trust and more than anything think like your client, understand his or her objectives - make their company successful and you'll be a part of this success :)
That's interesting Marcel. Could you give an example of a situation you faced a price negotiation and the thinking process you applied as DT?
Good Luck. BTW, behind those two buzzwords there's a lot of thinking, hard work and many people you affect and impact. I hope you will do something like that - if it will help at least one entrepreneur or designer it would be worth it.
Kyle, try to look at the illustration from two angles, there are two different characters hiding there
Now look closer, what do you see?
I have been waiting for this for a long time :)
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Hehe, I wrote it a year ago :) it seems there's still a community that uses Jelly. You guys make beautiful apps at Keezy BTW
Hey Rick, thanks for the feedback. You can locate up to 8 devices, and position them in 360. When you take the video, it will collect all the pieces from all the devices and automatically edit them into one 360 video.
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