$$$ Don't Leave Cash on the Table $$$

I just got this note from a client today. I’ve had so many conversations with friends and colleagues who had dramatically undersold themselves.


Not knowing how to negotiate your entire compensation package can cost you $10K, $20K, or in some cases as much as $50K or more in annual income or benefits.


No kidding, I just helped a client negotiate a $25K raise from her previous position, a bonus, and company equity(neither one of which was she eligible for in her last role).


You have got to know how to respond when a recruiter asks you what your salary expectations are.


Pro Tips:


1. DO NOT low ball yourself…there is no other time you will get a major bump in pay than when you change jobs. Resist the temptation to tell them what you make today or worse, suggest you’d take the job for less. I can’t tell you how many clients I have worked with that hate their current job and they actually consider taking less, just to get a new position. Don’t do it! You are worth more!


2. Whoever says a number first loses!


Part of the service I offer is talking through salary negotiations when we have our initial consult.

Finding a new job and negotiating salary can be scary. The good news is that you don’t have to do this alone.


Wouldn’t it feel amazing to have a high level of confidence in your resume, your LinkedIn profile, salary negotiation, and your ability to maximize a job search?


I work with clients virtually all over the country. We would pick a time that works for you.


We can do a one hour consultation to talk through options and strategy.


Interested? Send me a message on LinkedIn or reach out to me by email at tateofmindconsulting@gmail.com and we can talk about pricing and next steps.


I have a few spots left for this week and next week. Get scheduled today.


Check out my website at www.tateofmindconsulting.com to learn more.


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Thanks!

Kimberly

Tate of Mind Consulting