Thank You for Investing in The Print Industry Negotiation Handbook

Thank you for investing in this product.  Even though you’re keen to download the files and get started, please read this page as it contains information that’s very useful. And remember; if you encounter any problems please contact us.

So what’s on this page?

  • Download details
  • Can’t open the file?
  • Premium version audio files – recommendations for use
  • What you should look for on your next credit card statement
  • How To Get Your Files onto CD/iPods/Kindle etc.
  • What to do if you have any questions or are unclear about anything

Download Details

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This e-mail will contain a link.  Click on this and you will be taken to a web page from where you can download the handbook.  When you click on the link you’ll be able to download the files.  We recommend you store all the information in a safe place. However, if in future you lose the information, feel free to contact us and we’ll do our best to help you.

Remember that this download is instant. If this download doesn’t begin instantly, or if you have a problem, please contact us right away. (Don’t be like the customer who waited for a week!)

If you have purchased the premium version note that the file will take a while to download due to the size of the audio files (there’s over 63MB, even after we zipped the files).

N.B.  You must download your files within 120 hours of purchase.

Can’t open the file?

If you can’t open the attachment, it’s probably because you don’t have Adobe Acrobat or have a really old version. You can quite easily get it from this link or click on the graphic below.

It’s free and doesn’t take a long time to download.

Premium version audio files – recommendations for use

You don’t need to put them in a playlist

Each file is sequentially numbered so that when you put it on your iPod/Zune/Mp3 player it will arrange itself automatically and stay and play in sequence. This sequence works on all Macs too but may not work on a PC.

Every file is tagged so you can find it easily

Every file is tagged by the year (2012), by the artist (Matthew Parker), by the album (The Print Industry Negotiation Handbook), and by the genre (speech). And each one is tagged to show up in sequence.  This means you can easily find it on your computer, Mp3 player or iPhone/iTouch or whatever starts with ‘i’.

Listen to the audio at least three times

We strongly recommend you listen to the audio version at least three times.  And do this at least three times (if not more). If you don’t listen several times over you’ll be sure to miss out on some facts.

Avoid listening to audio unless you’re moving or active

A guaranteed way to fall asleep is to listen to audio while seated at the computer. In about 15 minutes you’ll get restless, and you’ll stop paying attention to the information. The best way to listen to audio is by doing some other activity. Try listening to audio while exercising, or on a walk or while driving. Listen to audio while tidying up your desk or dusting, or doing some other activity.

If you’re serious about getting ahead, embrace audio learning. Six hours of driving is equal to a whole day of being at a live workshop. And many, if not most of us travel, walk or drive well over six hours a week.

But don’t you have to take notes?

This isn’t essential, but some people prefer to keep a pencil and paper close at hand.  But what if you’re driving?  Well in this audio, each chapter is divided into sub-chapters. And each sub-chapter has its own track.  So you can easily find the right section later on when you’re at your computer.

How To Get Your Files onto CD/iPods/Kindle etc

How to get files onto iTunes
How to transfer music to your iPod from iTunes
How to burn audio files onto a CD/DVD
How to get the files onto a Kindle

What to look for on your next credit card statement

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If you require a VAT receipt please contact us.

If you have any trouble…

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Matthew Parker

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I have worked with Matthew for just over a year now and he has delivered a number of highly successful training events for the IPIA during that time. He is very organised and produces seminars which are full of

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Matthew provided an excellent “Print Processes” training session for myself and some of my colleagues.  The feature that I liked most about the training, was that the day itself was very interactive – which not only

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If you think you are on top of your print buying you might be in for a surprise! We asked Print & Procurement to undertake a print audit. Matthew said ‘’If we do not find savings sufficient to earn back our fee

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Matthew is a consultant who is totally committed to his clients and to delivering on his promises.  He has an excellent understanding of both the challenges of the print channel and the opportunities it presents. As a

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Apart from being a thoroughly decent chap Matthew is scrupulously professional, ruthlessly efficient and always delivers excellent results.
I genuinely have no hesitation whatever in recommending Matthew. He

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In an industry renowned for its pressure, Matthew Parker delivers a very gentle but insightful intelligence about the ways of print. Somewhere between art and science there is a place that defines the balance of what

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