It's okay to lose that occasional game of Monopoly or Call of Duty.
But there’s one game you should NOT lose: the salary negotiation game. The average salary increase during a negotiation is $7,000. Stanford professor, Margaret Neale, points out that a missed $7,000 increase is really worth $100,000, when compounded with interest over 30 years.
To help you get what you deserve, I’m excited to announce my new salary negotiation book: Five Minutes to a Higher Salary. Other negotiation books are fantastic for academic theory, but they leave you to figure out what to say and how to say it.
You are too busy to figure it out. And the stakes are too high for trial and error.
Five Minutes to a Higher Salary provides proven email and phone negotiation scripts for over 60 scenarios. You'll use the right words, the right phrases -- the first time, all the time.
The book includes special scripts and tips for raises too.
Purchase the book and email me the receipt by February 14, 2015, and I'll invite you to my exclusive salary negotiation talk. It's a $20 value, and seats are limited.
All it takes is five minutes,
Lewis C. Lin
P.S. Check out our 1 page salary negotiation cheat sheet.