Asking For a Raise at Work: Increasing Your Value

By · Sunday, September 29th, 2013

If you don’t have added value, then create it. Ask your boss if you can be of additional assistance by perhaps taking one of the projects off his/her desk. Here is the key on this one.  Make sure it is a project with some challenge and not just another project similar to all the others you do.  Make it one where you can solve a problem or where you can be creative, while learning and growing at the same time.

Stretching yourself into new areas and solving problems create added value.  Added value equates to you being worth more money.  These projects that are over and above your normal job gets put down on your accomplishment list.  Stretch your paycheck by stretching yourself.

Do you know what questions you can ask your co-workers that will be of help to you in expanding your value? They might not be what you think…

I’ve spent decades figuring this methodology out so you don’t have to make the same mistakes. Begin your march toward your next pay raise begin by writing and telling me about your pay raise situation.


Are you anxious to get started moving your life forward? I don’t blame you.




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