How You Can Get More Pay… Faster And Easier!

It has been a few days since my last posting. This is one of my busiest times of the year for training and public speaking. The speaking engagements and training contracts came in more than usual.

Besides conducting the training and attending the functions to give speeches, I am also fully involved in developing and designing the new courses. There are so many things to share over my last few trainings sessions.

In some of the training, we do discuss about the real issues at the workplace. Some of the participants signed up of their own accord in order to learn much more about managing their career better.

Here are some of the tips that have been used successfully to get more pay and negotiate for improved benefits:

1. Justify your value.

2. Discover your market. Know where you gain a foothold.

3. Know what you did that are more than your basic required contribution.

4. Think long term gain and growth instead of short term scrapping.

5. Maintain the relationship.

6. Rapport between your boss and you is vital.

7. Confidence comes first.

8. Timing matters.

9. Reaffirm your loyalty, commitment and dedication.

10. Have fresh, workable ideas on how to make more money for your company.

Let us Excel Beyond Excellence!

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One Comment on “How You Can Get More Pay… Faster And Easier!”


  1. These are very valid points. You have stated the most important things to consider when trying to get a bigger paycheck, the intelligent way, that is. How many aspiring hopefuls really justify their value to a company? How many people actually consider long term gain and growth? The most common idea in the minds of the working person nowadays is signing up for the training contracts that appear to be able to get them the fastest employment, without much thought as to how it will pan out later.


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