The Art of the Deal - Instaread

The Art of the Deal

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  • Release Date: 2016-01-27
  • Genre: Study Aids
Score: 4
From 11 Ratings


The Art of the Deal by Donald Trump | Key Takeaways & Analysis
The Art of the Deal by Donald Trump | Key Takeaways & Analysis
The Art of the Deal by Donald Trump offers business advice and strategy through the lens of Trump’s business deals and development projects as head of the Trump Organization. There is no typical week or project in Trump’s work. His days are filled with phone calls and impromptu meetings, but the variety of relationships and investments he details paint a picture of how Trump cuts deals and earns multiple millions…
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  • Full of complete facts!

    By Sherka47
    I personally think this book was full of many important details, and the oustanding things will come to our nation when Donald Trump becomes president, I believe all the results will be completley postive. This book is full of facts.
  • Amazing book!

    By Silentdarkness19
    A huge insight to the mind set of Donald Trump. His success and how he runs his deals. In this insta read it covers the areas of * networking and building relationships are crucial to success * Making a deal isn't just about selling the worthiness of the deal , but also about selling yourself. * When making a deal, it's smart to convince the seller that what they have isn't worth much. * Another strategy in making a deal is to put down the competition. * To project an image of luxury and class, maintain high levels of cleanliness and impeccable upkeep. * Relentless persistence is key to success in business * controversy sells. Even bad press can be good for business- and it's cheaper than marketing. I found it interesting to read this and also go a little deeper into what he is selling us ( the citizens ) now in his campaign. How much is factual and how much is pure manipulation? We all know each politician sells us what they think we want to hear. However it has never been written so black and white before. Interesting and intriguing.