Create a 2 page essay paper that discusses Negotiations.It seems the customer might have some alternative ways of acquiring the medicine to sell.The most difficult question was asking the shopkeeper t
Create a 2 page essay paper that discusses Negotiations.
It seems the customer might have some alternative ways of acquiring the medicine to sell.
The most difficult question was asking the shopkeeper to sell for some antibiotic medicine. Under normal circumstances, the mandate of selling medicine is with the pharmacists or the chemist. The shoppers would expect their customers to request for the shop items only.
Asking the customer whether he sell the antibiotic is equally challenging because the customer is likely not a medic. The customer would feel somehow intimidated though I could calm his temper by politely telling that he resembles a medic by his mode of dressing.
The easiest part of the task was the reaction section. Whenever the question targets the right individuals, the response would be distinct. Posting the right question to the right people implies directing questions to relevant parties. It sounds easier to ask the chemists about the medicine and getting positive answers is not a surprise. From the question on anti-biotic, I learned that the only way to win the argument is by persistently asking the questions.
On the other case where the same question asked of different people would give a mix reaction arose. The question about listening to music received mix answers from different people. The most challenging part of this task is addressing the stranger (the driver) the issue of listening to music. I argue in this sense because I thought the answer would be obvious to many people like listening to music.
The easiest part of the same question comes when addressed to my roommate. The roommate is my friend whom we share with a lot of time. I feel comfortable asking him questions. The easiest question to ask is to someone familiar with you.
The greatest surprise I got from my study was that learning to understand someone wholly is an undeniable challenge. My closest friend, my roommate challenges me most with his “No” response regarding