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When you want to negotiate the terms of a successful http://www.newyorkislandersteamstore.com/adidas-scott-mayfield-jersey , winwin Joint Venture, there are a few basic guidelines that I have learned through the years that will help you to optimize the opportunity and maximize the chances of a successful Joint Venture that can lead to many more. More importantly, with the right approach you can build and maintain a good, solid relationship, whether the Joint Venture is successful or not! First, do a lot of homework on the type of business you're dealing with, its unique problems, profit margins, challenges, back end and resources. You can use the Internet, speak to the competition, read industry publications and talk with company employees, vendors and customers. Also, speak to fellow Joint Venture Forum Members at your locals meeting, on the Internet and on your Members Only Conference calls. Six degrees of Separation means everybody knows people and you're looking for contacts that can fast-track your information collection and due diligence. Next, do serious research on the person you're dealing with. Naturally, you should be negotiating with the decision maker. What is his or her "Hot Button"? What do they really, really want? What keeps them awake at night? What are their values, hopes, dreams, fears and aspirations? WHY do they want what they say they want? How much and what will it take to really get their undivided attention? You need to craft and personalize the Joint Venture to take full advantage of this knowledge to offer the ultimate benefit, a deal which is too good to be refused. Is this person knowledgeable about the mindset required for a successful Joint Venture? Give him Joint Venture information to prepare his mind. There are complimentary downloads, interviews and more on www.jointwebventures that you can use. Suggest he joins the DollarMakers Joint Venture Forum or attends a DollarMakers Joint Venture Broker Bootcamp. Members have also realized the efficacy of giving then a copy of my book, Joint Adventures, to read in preparation to the negotiation. Also, make sure you reduce the cost and risk on both sides to the absolute minimum, as well as the time required to make it work. Do this by leveraging existing resources instead of creating buying building new ones. That way, if things don't work out as expected, nobody loses and the relationship remains strong, without resentment or regret. Get the opinion of at least two respected mentors, Mastermind Partners, or Fellow Joint Venture Forum Members before presenting your case to your potential Joint Venture partner. Finally, put everything in writing. This clarifies issues and responsibilities, duties, payments, time of payment, conditions and expectations for the help www.joint-venture-guide. You could also mention the fact that things might not work out as expected, and what will occur under those circumstances. Clear communication is essential. Always be positive, relaxed and unattached, and be prepared to walk away from any Joint Venture if you're not comfortable or if the return on investment is not deemed worth the time and effort it requires, always bearing in mind the big picture. This attitude will strengthen your position. www.easy-jv-manager www.jointwebventures In the game of Baseball there are nine fielding positions. Each position is associated with a scorekeepers’ numerical number (from 1-9) to be used in scoring putouts. Each player has a special job associated with that position to help the team win.
The game’s most important positions are the pitcher and the catcher. They are what the team revolves around and are called the “battery.” The pitcher’s position is known numerically as number (1) and the catcher’s is number (2). They control the tempo and intensity of the game. The pitcher’s job is to deliver the ball to home plate, keep the ball in the strike zone, and retire the batter by strike out, force out or fly ball. He must also field his position by catching pop flies, charging bunts, and back up the first baseman or catcher when necessary. He must have stamina and strong nerves.
The catcher controls the speed of the game. His job is to give signals to the pitcher on what pitches to throw, block the plate from balls getting by him and tag runners out at the plate. He also has to calm the pitcher down whenever he feels it’s necessary. His job is by far the most difficult. No other defensive position requires more concentration and wears a player down mentally and physically, as does that of the catcher. He must be tough, have a strong arm and quick reflexes. These two players make the game happen.
The infield has many positions; it has the first baseman (number 3), second baseman (number 4), third basemen (number 5), and the short stop (number 6). The first baseman and second baseman control the right side of the infield and the third baseman and shortstop control the left side of the infield. If a ball is hit to the third baseman and he fields it and throws it to the first baseman, it is recorded as a (5-3) out. If the second baseman fields a ball and throws it to the shortstop covering second base, who throws it to the first baseman, it is recorded as a (4-6-3) double play.
The first baseman must be agile, quick and have the ability to set a good target. He will catch the balls that are hit to him, thrown to him, must scoop up ground balls, and tag first base for the out. He may have to charge a bunted ball, catch a pop fly ball, and throw to other bases to get lead runner out.
The second baseman must field batted balls and make double plays. He controls his base and backs up the first baseman when necessary. During a bunt situation when the batter taps the ball to one side of the field, the second baseman must be aware so he can cover first base and act like the first baseman. He must also be quick, have good fielding skills and the ability to avoi.


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