Essay On Barbarians At The Gate (Ensayo)

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BARBARIANS AT THE GATEDesde el inicio de la película, me llamo la atención donde el pequeño niño que andaba repartiendo periódico en el vecindario, tiene una facilidad nata de lo que es la negociación. A sus apenas 12 años ya estaba negociando con los vecinos, donde el objetivo era que le compraran más de sus productos.Años después, ya con unos 18 años aproximadamente, se acerca a la puerta de la gente donde al abrirles me da la impresión que decían en su mente: "no otra vez, un vendedor a mi puerta". Sin embargo, la clave de este chico no está en solo vender por vender, sino cumplir con ...view middle of the document...

Desde inicio me impacto esta parte de negociar, ya que no se trata de solo vender por vender, o que los clientes lleguen solos a tu negocio a comprarte la mercancía; sino que debes llegar a ellos y de manera estratégica llegarles al lado sentimental si es necesario para que se entusiasmen y logres no solo la compra de tus productos, sino la misma lealtad que podría ser duradera.Sin duda, uno de los mensajes sobre el resto de la película, es claro: "camarón que se duerme, se lo lleva la corriente". Esta frase muy de México, lo podemos ver en la película, donde debemos estar en constante movimiento para seguir combatiendo el mercado tan demandante y sobre todo ser el más hábil para seguir luchando en el camino de los negocios.El dinero a través de los tiempos ha ido incrementando, y esta historia bien nos lo indica, fue basada en hechos reales miles y miles de millones de dólares atrás. Al principio me dio risa esta frase, suena muy comita, pero me hizo reflexionar sobre la posición en la que estamos ahorita, reflexionando que en la prehistoria la negociación era entre los humanos por comida, animales, mujer...


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