No more frugality. No more cutting coupons. No more worrying about bills.
That single conversation can be worth enough money to spend lavishly on things you love, take that exotic trip, pay off debt, buy drinks for your friends, even retire early — and you don’t even have to do any extra work.
Like I always say, there’s a limit to how much you can save, but there’s no limit to how much you can earn.
And with just one conversation, you can boost your income for life.
How much is one raise worth to you?
We all love getting bonuses.
But imagine what it’d feel like to get a raise — not just one big check — but a bigger paycheck every payday for life.
It transforms how you think about things like debt, savings, vacations, and shopping — because you have more money to live a Rich Life and do the things you want.
Whether you want to travel to visit friends on the weekend, buy something extravagant you love, pay off the mortgage, or just buy drinks for your friends… I want to show you how much just one relaxed conversation with your boss could be worth to you.
So why is negotiating our salaries so rare?
We all want a raise, but nobody really tells us how to get one. What do you say to your boss? What can you do to make your boss HAPPY to pay you more?
Yes, we hear woo-woo statements like, “Be yourself!” And we see blog posts that tell us, “Wear your best outfit and smile.”
With advice like that, it’s no wonder most raise conversations go like this:
US: “It’s been a while since I got more money, and I think I deserve to get a raise. Is that something you can do?”
BOSS: “There’s no room in the budget for that. Maybe next year.”
US: “Oh, okay. Thank you.”
It’s embarrassing and humiliating — especially because we know other people still got big raises.
We tell ourselves things like:
“I can’t negotiate.”
“The economy is terrible. My company is struggling.”
“If I just work harder, my boss will notice me.”
And we settle for a fraction of what we deserve.
But you don’t have to be a master negotiator to boost your salary — and your company doesn’t have to be raking in money.
The reason is an impolite little secret your boss doesn’t want you to know:
$5,000 or $10,000 means nothing to a company, but it means everything to you
Here’s the key: Even if your boss notices you, he won’t pay you more unless you ask. (After all, would you pay $110 for something with a $100 price tag?)
Until now, most of us never had the tools to avoid common raise-killing mistakes.
Do you make these negotiation mistakes?
The first step to boosting your salary is to STOP shooting yourself in the foot. Most hopeful negotiators walk into these well-known traps and never get out of them. This guide will walk you through each of these, but first, beware the danger…