Alright, let's dive into the nitty-gritty. I want to show you how to land a raise that could be worth thousands of dollars a year — and hundreds of thousands of dollars over your lifetime, or more.
I’ve helped tens of thousands of students like you get raises or find their Dream Jobs. And I’ve discovered most of us have the same questions — so I went to the studio to clear up these problems for you once and for all.
Negotiating your salary WILL take work — but with the right system, you can do it in days or weeks.Tweet this
Here’s the fastest, most-effective approach to get a raise and make more money for life: Meet Justin, one of the best negotiators I've ever met. He's so good, I flew him into the studio just to break down exactly how the best negotiators think and speak during a negotiation.
The powerful word-for-word scripts in this behind-the-scenes interview will show you precisely what to say to negotiate your salary and open the door for more raises in the future.
Companies often use this scare tactic to make us settle for less than we deserve... and pocket the money that should’ve been ours.
But with this trick — and my word-for-word scripts — you’ll command their respect and make them excited to pay you what you’re worth.
Most of us are terrified of explaining employment gaps — whether from layoffs or personal reasons such as mental health. Answer these questions wrong, and almost nobody will hire us, let alone pay us what we deserve.
But it doesn’t have to be that way if you know exactly what to say. Here’s the word-for-word script to turn raise - and negotiation-killing questions about your employment history.
The extra work it takes to get noticed is difficult — chances are, you’re already doing it.
We think, “If my boss really cared, she’d recognize how much I’m helping and pay me more.”
But working harder isn’t enough to get most of us a raise.
We have to ask for it — and prepare our bosses ahead of time. In this video, you’ll learn exactly how to set yourself up for raise after raise.
It’s easy to tell the boss you've done great work.
But when you actually prove it – and explain how your work translates into more profit or savings for the company – you’ll instantly grab your boss’s attention.
The secret is SHOW, DON’T TELL.
By making the presentation about your boss and offering proof that you're driving the metrics that matter to her, you’ll show you’re a great investment — and be in a great position to land a raise.
This principle is called the Briefcase Technique, and it’s helped IWT students amaze employers and earn hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Here’s how you can use it right away.
Most of the questions I get about finding a Dream Job are tactical and focused minor steps that should come later in the Dream Job process.
I'm talking about questions like, “How should I format my resume?” and “What should I say about my last job if I didn't like it?”
These are good questions when you're ready to create your resume or interview for a job, BUT most job seekers make so many mistakes before that point that they never get interviews and it doesn't matter how flawless their resume is.
I've spent the better part of a decade mastering how to land a Dream Job. I tested the steps on myself and received job offers from top companies like Google and Intuit. And I've tested the steps on friends who've used my system to land their Dream Jobs and score $10,000 raises at the same time.
The system works. I've mapped out the exact steps you should take to figure out what your Dream Job is, find unadvertised jobs, make your network work for you, land job interviews, get job offers, and negotiate your benefits.
I've ALSO learned what steps you should AVOID at all costs. Mistakes so harmful I like to call them “Dream Job Killers.”
Unfortunately, these lessons aren't common knowledge. I was reminded of that when I offered a full scholarship to my Dream Job Elite program and couldn't pick one — not a single applicant — because they all shot themselves in the foot with one or more of these mistakes.
Over 1 million people read my blog every month, and out of that pool, no one applying for the scholarship avoided the “Dream Job Killers.” I tell you this to point out how prevalent these mistakes are and how much of a leg up you'll have once you learn to identify and avoid them.
That's what this presentation is all about.
When you're done watching it, you'll be able to stop sabotaging your own job search efforts and start focusing on how to really fast-track your career.