Negotiating tips

Are you considering selling your car soon? There are very few people in this world who can actually get the best price from their customers for any given product. Are you one of them or not? If yes, then it can only add up to your benefits if not well then take the following negotiating tips with you.

• List your Car on all online used car classifieds: There are thousands of people who are looking for a used car on popular car buying sites. If you sell your car in such popular sites you are sure to make a profit anywhere around $3000 more than trading it in. You can also expect a market value which is $2000 - $6000 more than the trade value.
• Fix up your car before you sell it: If there is any repair work to be done fix it. You can also attract your car’s customers by waxing your car, vacuum inside and gloss up the tires. The better your car looks the higher chance you stand for getting a good price.
• Workout the price you will be selling the car for: Be confident about your price range. Always negotiate up from the factory invoice price, not down from the sticker price, which is a higher price than the dealer expects to pay. It would be advisable that you fix the price high so as to include the minimal profit for the dealer.
• Be prepared before the first buyer shows up. Make printouts from several internet car pricing sites showing the market value of your cat. Avoid printing the trade in values, that’s what car dealers offer you.
• Be ready for any answer to the buyer’s issues. Incase he complaints about the scratches or mark stain to your car. Tell him its normal wear for any car of that age and mileage, that’s why you are not asking the price of a new car.
• Always remember your car is still worth the market value no matter what money the buyer has. That is why it is advisable that you mention in your ads that the price is firm.

Fun Stuff in Life

Then there is that old saying, that if you want something done give it to the busiest person, because they will get it done. Have you ever thought about that statement and/or analyzed it; I started to do that and what I found out and/or noticed is that when I am the busiest I can tend to be more productive. So I looked at that and found when I am busy, I organize my time better and make a list and then categorize the things I need to and put them in an efficient order to get them done. I figure out my errands and put them in order so that I am not driving all over the place and then back again, I go in a straight shot or complete circle. I also organize them so it is all done together and I am not in and out, and then out and in. This is making me all very dizzy, anyway, you get the idea.

The other thing I want to encourage you to do is put joy and fun into your time and time management, the more fun you put into it, it won't feel like it is just stuff you have to do, but fun stuff you get to do. Yes, it is all about attitude and how you perceive it, make it so much fun that when all your errands are done, you wish there would be more, and you will find that with doing them with joy, you have energy and time left over.

Write this affirmation down and put it on your bathroom mirror, rear view mirror (don't cover it up, :), near your kitchen window or someplace in the kitchen, your computer screen at work and at home, and draw a big smile on it to remind yourself to smile and have joy.

You have all the time in the world, just enjoy it!

Advice for Relationship

The question is a common one: How do I know if this is the right person. Am I doing the right thing?
The truth is we're never quite sure. We gather the data of experience. Then we take a shot at life one way of the other. Right or Wrong? Only experience tells us.

So, how do we make a good assessment before the decision? Here are some questions to ask yourself.
1. How well have I observed this person's past behavior? Behind the "look good" behavior of the infatuation period lies the everyday behavior with friends, family, work colleagues, and with you. What you see in the every day behavior is likely to persist.