The first time I negotiated my salary, I stumbled through it... and bombed. It wasn't that I was a bad employee or undeserving. What killed me was how I asked for a raise and the mental barriers that caused that uncertainty.
Here are some of my most powerful strategies and tactics to multiply your confidence and your chances of getting a raise.
Have you ever seen someone who’s less qualified absolutely nail a presentation or talk with your boss — and wondered how they did it?
Their secret was Competence Triggers — subtle psychological signs that demonstrate to other people that we’re worthy of respect, attention, and the income we deserve.
And because we’re all hard-wired to react to these triggers, they transform how people look at us.
In this video, you’ll learn some of my favorite Competence Triggers, from how to project competence to the ONLY way to answer tricky questions about your salary.
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Shyness can hold us back in everything from social situations to the negotiating table.
But fortunately, for most of us, there are psychological systems you can quickly put to use to overcome this barrier.
This isn’t about changing who you are or becoming the life of the party.
Instead, it’s about building your ability to communicate with your boss, eliminate stress and nervousness, and build a Rich Life. And it's easier than you think.
Like bad breath, this is a problem nobody will tell us about — but everybody will notice.
I never smile, so this isn’t an issue for me.
But while friendliness is good, some people smile too much — and send the message that they aren’t serious or a worthy candidate for a raise.
If we smile too much, it isn’t our fault.
And luckily, there’s a simple way to become aware of this... fix it... and regain confidence and respect.
A while back, I held a live Q&A with my mentor, Stanford psychologist BJ Fogg. He’s the father of the field of Persuasive Technology — and he taught me most of what I learned in psychology and persuasion early on.
In this 60-minute webcast, you'll learn:
I’ve put together the full 1-hour recording for you, along with a transcript and recommended book list.