The world is chock-full of disputes, ranging from interpersonal issues, to international conflicts. As a consequence, mechanisms for dispute resolution have become a critical part of society’s needs. For personal and corporate disagreements, trials, arbitrations and mediations are three of the most widely accepted formal dispute resolution processes. Informally, various methods are applied in daily life to move past disagreements and differences of opinions. Two commonly accepted means of dealing with conflict are discussion and negotiation. Most people discuss issues and negotiate every day, sometimes, all day long. Negotiation fits into our conversations, our thoughts and the paths to our objectives. It is so part of the way we conduct ourselves, that negotiation for significant or insignificant items almost goes undetected.