How to Negotiate with a Narcissist with Rebecca Zung
Rebecca Zung is one of the top 1% of attorneys in the nation, having been recognized by U.S. News & World Report as a “Best Lawyer in America,” as “Legal Elite” by Trend Magazine, and recognized by her peers and the judiciary as AC(c), preeminent rated in family law, the highest possible rating for an attorney by Martindale Hubbell.
She was married at 19 the first time, had 3 children by the age of 23 and then was a divorced single mom when she decided to go back to law school.
Rebecca went from being a single mom, college dropout, to becoming one of the most powerful lawyers in the country at the helm of a multi-million dollar practice.
She is now committed to sharing her secrets and empowering others to live their lives at their optimum level of success, professionally and personally.
The Unspoken Topic
- We all struggle with demonstrating our value. And when it comes to negotiating with a narcissist, you need to be ready to demonstrate value because they need to know that they can get something from you.
What We Cover
- Rebecca breaks down the 6 steps to becoming a powerful and empowered negotiator.
- The legal parts of divorce to be aware of.
- The inner work it takes to really show up in your life.
Take a Listen >>
- Negotiating is an inside job. You need to know you have value to negotiate for.
- Negotiation is simply an agreement.
- There are two types of value. Internal and External.
- Internal value is how you view and feel about yourself.
- External value is the things that surround you. Where you live, what car you drive, where you graduated school from, etc.
- Most people don’t want to negotiate because they don’t want to exposed to not having any value.
How to Negotiate Like You M.A.T.T.E.R.
- M: My value is defined by me.
- A: Analyze your research and dictate and figure out your leverage
- T: Dress to a T and use body language and powerful words
- T: Tackle hard issues
- E: Keep your emotions in check
- R: Record agreements in writing
What You’re Doing Differently Than Your Parents
Her mother wasn’t very maternal, so she’s very maternal.
Most Excited About
- She has a new course that’s out to help people navigate relationships with a narcissist.
Rebecca’s Gift For You
How amazing to be gifted a guide on how to start decluttering your home! We are so excited for you to take advantage of this.
Mama Has a Minute
- Favorite form of self-care: Walking on the beach
- What is the best parenting advice you’ve ever received: When her children were young, her pediatrician said, “they’ll never starve.”
- Share your favorite parenting hack: She gives her kids a Christmas ornament every year.
- Share 1 product your children cannot live without: Magna-doodles.
- Share 1 book and why: Becoming Supernatural because it helped her harness the power of her thoughts and create her own reality.
- What motherhood means to you: Motherhood is her entire being and her soul. It’s her everything. She doesn’t exist without her children.
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