How to Negotiate an Above-Average Pay Raise and Maximize your Salary

Studies show that the average salary increase hovers at around a measly 3% raise.

Understanding how to ask for a raise and being able to negotiate a salary increase is a professional skill everyone needs to master.

There are many things you can do ahead of time to increase your odds to landing that increase you want. And by following the negotiation tactics I present you on today’s podcast, you can maximize your chances to get a staggering 5-20% pay raise regularly.

Show highlights:

- The one thing you must do BEFORE you start asking for a raise. (2:05)

- A simple “trick" to make the case for your raise a no-brainer. (3:22)

- Why you should start bragging about yourself to key decision makers… and how to do it without sounding like a narcissist. (4:17)

- Do this to make your boss excited to lobby for your salary increase. (7:05)

- How to know WHEN to ask for a raise and maximize your chances for a “yes”. (9:26)

And if by the end of today’s show you still feel you can’t do all these actions confidently on your own, but you know you have the achievements to back it up, then hire us for a personalized guidance. Hop over to http://pretendyourfiredtoday.com/coaching for more details.

Ready to unlock your salary increase potential?

Put your headphones on and start listening now!

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