How to Negotiate

Ramit Sethi
By Ramit Sethi

CEO and New York Times Best Selling Author

Hi, my name is Ramit Sethi and I’m a New York Times best-selling author. I’ve helped hundreds of my friends and students find their Dream Jobs and negotiate thousands of dollars in salary increases.

Today, I’d like to show you how to negotiate thousands of dollars.

This isn’t just a pipe dream — my students have done it again and again. With my tested negotiation strategies and ready-to-use scripts, my students have been able to score $5,000, $10,000, even $15,000 raises, sometimes with just one conversation:

I’ve always had friends ask me how I negotiated my way from 40k to 50k for my first job with only 6 months of programming experience and only having worked at Starbucks previously. Thanks a ton for all of the advice you’ve provided.
I used a variety of your material to land what I would consider my dream job and then implement your negotiation techniques to nearly double my salary. Thank you!
I was able to increase my salary by almost $5,000/year and receive paid-time-off for a 2-week vacation all within in a 10 minute conversation.

I can show you how to do this, too.

Most people never negotiate their salaries. They don’t know what to say. They don’t know how to approach it. And as a result, they leave over $1 million dollars on the table over their careers.

Yes, even in this economy, people are negotiating their salaries — and getting enviable raises.

This situation is so common and the potential reward is so huge that I recorded a whole video just on this situation. In it, you’ll see how a top performer talks his way into a $7,000 raises, doubles his stock options, and accelerates his review cycle.Here’s a short preview of that video to give you a taste of how top performers negotiate.

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