The Art of Getting Everything (Paperback)

How to Negotiate for What You Want and More

By Elizabeth Suarez

Morgan James Publishing, 9781683503798, 128pp.

Publication Date: October 3, 2017

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Get What You Want

We go through life negotiating multiple times a day. However, very few of us have been taught the necessary skills to successfully manage every moment. Instead, we spend our waking life focusing on multiple things that might not help us reach our desired goals and experience restless nights still trying to solve issues from the day.

In The Art of Getting Everything, author Elizabeth Suarez equips the reader with the necessary tools to identify, endure, and achieve success in one's personal and professional life. She guides the reader through real-life examples and highlights specific issues common to professional millennials and then constructs a path for achieving the easy wins.

About the Author

Elizabeth Suarez is an accomplished practitioner, management consultant and expert in Alternative Dispute Resolution and Leadership. She is highly regarded as an author, speaker, facilitator, coach, strategist, trainer and mediator. As a bicultural and bilingual strategist, Elizabeth is an expert in providing an amicable environment where difficult issues can be successfully addressed and resolved. Currently, she works with clients in the fields of Higher Education, Government and Business. Elizabeth holds an MBA from The Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania and a BS in Chemical Engineering from Cornell University, and she completed the Executive Management Program at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. She is a graduate of the prestigious National Hispana Leadership Institute (NHLI) program, as well as the Center for Creative Leadership and Leadership Denver. She received her mediation training from the Colorado Council of Mediators and the Colorado Bar Association. In addition, Elizabeth is a certified MBTI practitioner, and she has spent many years mentoring Latina professionals and serving on the boards of multiple non-profit organizations. She lives in Colorado with her husband and daughter.